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Yawl sailing in Salcombe

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The town is close to the mouth of the Kingsbridge Estuary, built mostly on the steep west side of the estuary and lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The town's extensive waterfront and the naturally sheltered harbour formed by the estuary gave rise to its success in the Boat and Ship Building industry, as well as a popular sailing port! Tourism changed the town dramatically..with its emerging as one of the nations most beautiful holiday destinations. It is now a haven for pleasure sailing and yachting, scenic walks and wonderful beaches. Many of the houses in Salcombe are used as second ...
This was due to the ability of a yawl to be trimmed to sail without rudder input. Modern self-steering and navigation aids have made this less important, and the yawl has generally fallen out of favor. In the 1950s and 60s yawls were developed for ocean racing to take advantage of the handicapping rule that did not penalize them for flying a mizzen staysail, which on long ocean races, often down wind, were a great advantage, the best example of this being Olin Stephens ' Finisterre .
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whats in a name?
I was recently in discussion about a prize that is to be offered for the first “Yawl” to finish a race for traditional and working boats. Sounds pretty simple, because most sailors know what a yawl is, right? Well maybe not. The yacht club bore piped up "what's the problem, a yawl has the mizzen aft the rudder stock, a ketch has it forward !" Well that may be a widely accepted definition, but if we agree that premise, then no boat with a stern hung rudder could be said to be yawl rigged – where would the mizzen go? Since the prize was offered by the family of someone who famously sailed (well ... market research, surveys and trends
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We spent a wonderful 4 days playing on the beach, walking around the cliffs of Devon and sampling the local ice cream from nearby Salcombe. One of the highlights of the trip was when we took the kids crab fishing (Nicky calls it crib fashing!!) – something you do here from a jetty with a handline. Between the 4 kids, they caught 34 crabs (though all smaller than 5cm). Once the bucket is full, it is then customary to release the captured onto the jetty, for their scramble back into the water– apparently a common family past time. Another outing of the weekend took us to Burgh Island which you can walk to at low tide, but need a ... market research, surveys and trends

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THE SALCOMBE YAWL AND THE DEVON YAWL
By 1853, when the earliest painting, now in the Salcombe Yacht Club, was made, the. Yawl is clearly visible as the direct ancestor of the Salcombe Yawl of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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