[QUOTE=HighFly_27;1826207]Boatman61 and All,
I checked the Tres Hombres sailboat on the internet
and was impressed. I can see why you said they are good people. Yes, people would (readily) volunteer to crew her. It would/ could be your best (fondest dream) crew experience of a life time.
The Tres Hombres has found it's own niche in -- trade/ transportation/ providing dreams on a tall ship. They've done a great job in marketing
it with all the beautiful pictures & associated media on face book; lots of information available & all well done & 1st class.
The Tres Hombres has zero engine
power, no propeller
, just sails
. Sailing her would take some careful pre-planning for every voyage & port arrival. I did see pictures of a small tug assisting the Tres Hombres; so it's a manageable task to get in & out of port.
Thanks for Info. on the Tres Hombres, big smiles
The small tug is their Rib
. one of the guys on her was an old salt
who was aboard the tall ship that sank in the hurricane
a coupla years back..
Reckoned everyone on the net was talking outs their ass..
And he should know.. been there.. done it