Here you’ll find a series of interactive panoramas taken from around the boat. You can zoom in and out, as well as sweep left, right, up, and down. The little icons at the bottom of each panorama allow you to zoom out, zoom in, and to view the picture full screen.
To view these properly, you’ll need to install Microsoft’s Silverlight program on your computer. When you click on a panorama for the first time, you should be given the option to download this. Installation should be fairly straightforward, but if you’re not sure what to do, drop me a note or ask your kids
Due to the way that the panorama program works, sometimes frames or other parts may seem to have sharp breaks in them. Don’t be fooled… no broken frames in the boat!
Old frames to be removed on the left and new frames on the right.
A view of a frame being installed up in the bow.
Lower bulwarks planking being removed in the bow.
Aft port quarter looking into head & captain’s quarters
Aft port quarter. You’re way up at the top of the scaffolding here.
Transom. The light vertical wood is a pattern for a support called a “tailfeather.”
Another view of the transom, unfortunately the panorama program broke up many of the vertical members.
Looking up at the bow from ground level