Added by Peter A. Mello on January 20, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
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…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…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 - email@example.com …
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…Continue
All Schooner Crew members, past, present (somewhere in the USVI) and future may be amused to learn that my 30th Reunion TA ball cap died an honorable death last month in about 80 feet of water between the uninhabited WSW promitory of Peter Is. known as Key Cay, and Pelican Is. in the BVI, within site of St. John. (USVI) I was busy, and my crew was a bit sluggish from theIr previous days revelrie on Yost Van Dyke, but with the help of good weather and some attention to detail, the running…Continue
Bravo Zulu to Matt Twomey!!!…
Added by James Hutton on December 4, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments
As a marine engineer, I can't help but admire the innovative spirit that comes from long days at sea. The lacking and longing of shore side comforts can lead to a very creative spirit. How else did such devises like the evaporator which produces fresh water from the sea come to be? The Slinky itself was invented by Richard James who was a marine engineer. While I'm not an advocate for the pleasure of alcohol while underway, I…Continue
Added by James Hutton on October 20, 2010 at 9:12am — No Comments
I hope everyone is doing well, enjoying spring weather and making plans for the summer sailing season.
Some of you may be aware that The Tabor Boy Project is hosted on a social networking platform called Ning. A couple weeks ago Ning announced that
they are going to eliminate the free option that they've offered from
inception and will now be charging for the service.
Actually, our free option has not been free since we purchase an upgrade that
allows us to…
Added by Peter A. Mello on May 11, 2010 at 2:21pm — No Comments
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Back in 1996, a very special event took place in the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Tabor threw a party celebrating TABOR BOY'S 90th birthday and 50th year in service of her school's students. It was an extraordinary event because unlike most "reunions," which are limited to your class and others divisible by 5, this one included classmates that spanned the years that you sailed aboard the…Continue
Added by Peter A. Mello on March 20, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments