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Crushing Plants

Mobile crushing plants are built ready-mounted on their own travel gear. Semi-mobile plants, on the other hand, are moved from one location to the next as a piggyback load on separate haul units. Each crushing plant comes ready to operate with its own feed hopper, feed conveyor, discharge conveyor and material transfer belt. The size and design of the crusher naturally depends upon the work that it is intended for.

Crushing Plants

Semi-mobile crushing plants are always to be recommended when a change of location in long periods is required in order to optimize the raw material transportation- and operational-costs of the quarry department.

Hobie Forums • View topic - Rear mast cradle: What do you use?

My boat came with a mast caddie that has a sticker on it from "Midwest Aquatics". The unit clamps on both the rear cross bar and the mast. Very easy to remove and adjust. I have no idea how old it is (guessing at least 10 years and probably closer to 20 or more), but the caddie seems to be fairly sturdy and everything works great.

The Open Boat Book

The September/October 2018 edition of WoodenBoat Magazine, No.264 has a flattering review of The Open Boat by John Summers. The book is reviewed alongside the new book by John C.North on the Chesapeake Log Canoes which we have been waiting for for a while.

THE OPEN BOAT

This site, originally set up to promote The Open Boat book has grown to have a life of its own. Anything on Aussie open boat classes that I come across will eventually find its way onto the site. The menu shows a growing number of Pages. Scroll down the More section for a growing list of classes and focus of interest Pages.

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John Vigor's Blog: The siren call of Cape Horn

~ While I have only read Moitessier's books. I have actually met Webb Chiles in person. Apart from liking boats and sailing, I can't think of two more different personalities. I know you met Moitessier in South Africa, and so by the way did Webb (in Tahiti). Apart from their love of sailing, do you really think they are that alike? I don't see it.

The perfect boat: what makes an ideal offshore cruising yacht?

Mar 11, 2018 · For example, when a foresail needs to be furled quickly before a squall arrives, the furling line can be wound on the electric winch at the touch of a button, while the other hand can ease the ...

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70.8%: November 2009

Webb Chiles, author of several books on his sailing adventures may be best known to my readers for his near circumnavigation in an open Drascombe Lugger, chronicled in The Open Boa t and which I wrote about h ere. Webb is an intelligent and gifted writer, poet and photographer, and you can access much of his work at his website. Webb has the ...

The Next Beginning: September 2015

I tidied the boat up and dried everything over the next few days then came to Sydney to visit family. My amazing contact, Amber, in the Locum Agency found me work in no time, and in the almost perfect location, a few miles north ...

Family daysailer vs 2nd Sunfish

2016/06/11 · However, if you want a simple to rig boat that all of you can go out on, something in the C-15, Vanguard 15, or like animals would be good. Plan on a capsize or two here and there. If you can keep the mast up at a club, then a

On This Day

On this day August 28th (that’s today!), 1869, three men decided to abandon John Wesley Powell’s expedition to make the first descent of the Colorado River through the unknown depths of the Grand Canyon.

The Open Boat: Across the Pacific: Webb Chiles: 9780393032680

From the cover of the original hardcover edition: This is the story of possibly the greatest open boat voyage of all time. The first part of what will be a trilogy if the author survives to complete the future legs of his voyage, it is the gripping narrative of a 7,000 mile voyage, alone, across the Pacific in an open, unballasted, eighteen foot yawl weighing only 850 pounds.

Tiny Blue Water Sailers

Oct 11, 2016 · It also has the demonstrated ability to present balanced sail to the airflow with just a single spar. No other mast has this ability and please correct me if I'm wrong. In its final stages of development, I see that this balanced sail area has the possibility of even becoming "perfectly" balanced.

The Log of Spartina: May 2016

When daylight gets to the other side of the world Webb should be heading into Bundaberg, Australia. It looks like he had several days of excellent sailing and a couple of days of very light winds. I'll be looking forward to reading his passage log which will probably appear here in a few days.-----

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The Log of Spartina: July 2014

2014/07/31 · -Webb Chiles, THE OPEN BOAT: Across the Pacific Webb's path aboard GANNET, from Samoa to Tonga, will be through the same waters and islands that he sailed in 1979 on Chidiock Tichborne, his 18' yawl. The chart will be ...

boat suggestion? light, small, blue water potential

Id like to find a small, production, light weight boat with single handed blue water potential. Perhaps something like a smaller Moore 24. Perhaps 20 feet long and 1000 lbs., though even smaller might be OK. Ideas and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

John Vigor's Blog: Small dinghies on open sea

Jul 16, 2015 · By the way, if you take the mast down, cover the cockpit and let the boat drift, you turn your boat in a liferaft. For me that’s not sailing, that’s surviving. 5. About your book recommendation, thank you! I am already familiar with Frank Dye, but I will order the book from Webb Chiles.

Sail Through These 44 Famous Quotes About Sea and Sailing

2020/03/14 · Sail Through These 44 Famous Quotes About Sea and Sailing There's nothing more liberating and exhilarating than living life on the sea waves. Some of the greatest sailing expeditions unfurled the edges of the world.

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Ocean Crossing Wayfarer: To Iceland and Norway in a 16ft

"The story is well told and vivid in its description." --Nautical Magazine"Without doubt Frank Dye is one of this century's greatest small boat seamen. Any reader who has been far offshore in bad weather will marvel at the sheer temerity of a man who would attempt …

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DO NOT GO GENTLE A SAILOR'S VOYAGE FROM DEATH

For the past two years, sailor Webb Chiles has been gracing these pages with stories of his voyage to the South Pacific and back. When he returned to Fort Lauderdale in August, we thought the ...

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RETURN TO THE SEA hardcover new. I receive royalties from Kindle editions of my books and from new copies of A SINGLE WAVE and RETURN TO THE SEA. PDF versions continue to be free.

Drascombe Explained

Drascombe Explained. The word Drascombe is a trademark that was first registered by John Watkinson who applied it to a series of sailing boats which he designed and built in the period 1965-79 and sold in the United Kingdom (UK).