Wes Garrod and his staff from Garrod Hydraulics put the finishing touches on
the YORKSHIRE ship's wheel. We are probably the only Sea Scout
landship in the United States with a chrome plated helm drum! Thanks,
guys, for effort above and beyond the call of duty.
The YORKSHIRE ship's helm.
The YORKSHIRE ship's capstan. We are also most likely the only Sea
Scout landship in the United States with a working capstan.
The fife rail.
The helmsman's view.
The YORKSHIRE ship's company lined up awaiting the arrival of Rear Commodore
Steven Alexander, Chesapeake Wardroom Flotilla.
Acting Boatswain's Mate Amanda Rose prepares to strike the ship's bell.
Royal A. Cannon, Jr., A.B., United States Merchant Marine (Vet.) and
York-Adams Area Council Squadron Commodore Donald Young await the arrival of
Commodore Alexander presenting the Apprentice rank to Boatswain Tim.
Commodore Alexander presenting the Apprentice rank to Boatswain's Mate Matt.
The YORKSHIRE ship's company.
The YORKSHIRE ship's company plus the Skipper.
The YORKSHIRE ship's company plus the Skipper and our honored guests.
Everybody prepares to "splice the mainbrace" at the successful
conclusion of the mission.
It is midnight at Sea Base Manchester. The shouting and the tumult
have subsided; the
captains and the kings departed.
Boardings since 28 March 2003
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