I would also like to add my note of sympathy and assure my lifelong friendship with Tim, who's passing also resulted in my refreshing my long-term friendship with Tim's sister Dee.
When I was a senior at Tabor in 1962, Tim and I charted a little schooner over the summer to do Buzzards Bay and hopefully hit Provincetown. Or the one leg of our voyage Dee and her college roommate, she was a freshman in college then, came along and we had an absolutely wonderful week being very…Continue
Added by Bro Russell on August 22, 2019 at 10:47am — No Comments
et al: AND ESPECIALLY OLD CREW ERA;
I am looking for any pictures anyone has of the Capt's gig - BUCKEROO
Please search your old files and let me know if you would share them with me, it will be for a good cause.
Please if you have any PM me! Thanks.
Capt Bob Glover
Shipmates of Tim Manning - Sorry to report that he has passed away. He was 4 years ahead of me at Tabor and was a great influence on my decision to sail on the Tabor Boy with my father. He also took care of my sisters and me, as youngsters, before I went to Tabor and, of course, my father, Cap Glaeser, thought very highly of Tim and his family. Smooth sailing Tim.......
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A couple of years ago I got a call from a Tabor alum that I had never met before about a film he was making about Tabor Boy and the school's sail training program. I think we were connected through the schools's alumni office. We agreed to meet on his boat at the New Bedford Yacht Club in Padanaram, MA. My son Luke joined us and we rendezvoused with my friend and former shipmate Captain Robert Glover to watch some footage recently shot of the schooner in action.
Added by Peter A. Mello on December 2, 2014 at 9:41am — No Comments
There are a few medium and extra-small bags remaining! To see the bags and to order click here:
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To commemorate the schooner’s 100th Anniversary, Tucker Francis ’16, with the help of Captain James Geil and a couple of other students and crew, created this wonderful 100th Anniversary Seal. Using Tabor’s school seal as a model, Tucker and his design crew painstakingly came up with an incredibly accurate rendition of our current schooner. The wording…Continue
The Tabor Boy reunion in Annapolis on April 5, 2014 was a wonderful event. It was great to meet "new" school head John Quirk, XO Holly Francis, XO Ryan England (Tabor '04, USNA '08, Columbia University School of Medicine '17!). It was also very nice to catch up with Capt Geil, and Charlie Ingersoll '78, and to meet Charlie's wife, Honor Ingersoll.
I had not been on the boat for quite a few years. Interesting changes above and below decks. Besides the obvious rigging changes, I…
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June 6th, in an email from Bob Thompson, Director of Capital Giving:
“It was announced this morning in our last Chapel that Holly Francis ’14 of Marion, MA will be next year’s Executive Officer.
As the first female XO, Holly is an extremely competent individual who will lead the schooner in…Continue
The schooner is headed to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in June. We will be stopping in Portland, ME for a reception on the 16th before heading back to Marion for the Alumni cruises. Definitely stop by and see her in Maine!
SSV Tabor Boy
**Plans changed due to a nasty front, and we ended up going to Maine. Still an awesome trip -- maybe next year for NS.
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“No. 6” was built of steel by the shipyard Piet Smit Jr. in Rotterdam, yard number: 299. Her construction was contracted at the 5th of September 1917, her keel laid in the same year.
She was launched on the 23rd of September 1920 and put into service on the 1st of March 1921 as “Nederlandse Loodsschoener”, a Dutch pilot schooner for the Royal “Loodswezen…Continue
Added by James Hutton on September 1, 2012 at 6:42pm — No Comments
Tabor Boy ’73-’74 XO Jon Barrett manages multiple mega-yachts around the world and found pictures of one of the TABOR BOY’s sister ships while working with a yacht yard. Here is an article of the Sail Yacht No. 6 Texel
Historic Vessel Set For Round-the-World Adventure
“An historic yacht that was first launched in 1920…Continue
There are a lot of "apps" available for smart phones but here's one that is terrific for the mariner. Class of '79 Bill Earle and his associate at BBN/Rayetheon came up with this free Android app for voyage planning. Bill and his associate would like to get some feedback on the app so download it, have fun with it, and let him know how well it works for you - firstname.lastname@example.org …
Added by James Hutton on April 30, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
I was recently honored to be asked to be part of a small group of alums interviewing the final five headmaster candidates. One down, four to go.
From the first interview yesterday and reviewing the quality of all of the resumes, the future of the school should end up in good hands.
You'll be pleased to know that in addition to me advocating on the behalf of the traditions of the School by the Sea, the sail training program and Tabor Boy, Jack…Continue
You've probably already been contacted either directly by Jay Stroud or the always efficient development department that the school will soon be looking for a new headmaster. It will be sad to see Jay go after doing such a tremendous job all for nearly a quarter century leading the school. It's a much better place today than it was when I was there oh so long ago.
I have always appreciated Jay's unyielding support of the schooner Tabor Boy and the sail training program, often in the…Continue
Okay all you salty Tabor Boy aficionados, this morning I had a great visit with Mr. David Barker, former chair of the Tabor Board of Trustees and co-chair of the Tabor Boy 50/90 Celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Barker live on Captain's Lane, just a spar's length away from where Captain Glaeser used to live. Being a good neighbor, soon after he retired, Capt. came over to visit the…Continue