Ship's Carpenter on the Picton Castle

Apprenticeshop talk: Experiences of a dayman on a voyaging square-rigger

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ROCKLAND — Hear lecturer Tim Clark talk about his adventures as the ship’s carpenter on the Picton Castle.

This talk will take place Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 6 p.m., at The Apprenticeshop, in Rockland 

Clark worked on the Picton Castle from October 2015 to April 2016, sailing from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, through the Azores, Madeira, Morocco, the Canary Islands, Senegal, Cape Verde, the Caribbean and Bermuda, before returning home to Lunenburg.

Clark is a professional shipwright who co-owns and operates Clark & Eisele Traditional Boatbuilding, LLC. He has been building and restoring wooden boats in boat shops, shipyards, and museums across New England for nearly two decades, and has also spent significant periods of time working aboard large, traditionally-rigged sailing vessels of many types, both as ship's carpenter and deck crew.

There is a suggested donation of $10 for entrance to the lecture.

For more information, visit the Apprenticeshop website http://apprenticeshop.org/, contact them at 207-594-1800 or via email at info@apprenticeshop.org

Event Date: 

Wed, 10/23/2019 - 6:00pm

Event Location: 

The Apprenticeshop

Address: 

655 Main Street
Rockland  Maine
United States