Tally Ho – Ep. 82 – Fitting/Polishing Bronze knees

Leo Sampson is back with Episode 82. A man on a mission to rebuild a 110-year old English sailing yacht called Tally Ho. Designed by Albert Strange in 1909 (and launched in 1910), she is a well-known and important historic vessel – but after many adventures she was left in a remote port in Oregon to rot for decades, despite some valiant attempts to rescue her. Bought by Leo he has embarked on a massive venture to rebuild her from the keel up.

He also manages to film and narrate the day-to-day work and has put together an incredibly successful Youtube Channel where you can follow his progress and really get a fantastic insight to the work involved in restoring/rebuilding a classic yacht.

This episode is titled Fitting/Polishing Bronze knees – Wooden Boat Rebuild (EP82)

SHARE THIS:

Yachts for Sale

Recently updated...

Write an Article

Covering news on classic yachting worldwide is a tall ask and with your input Classic Yacht Info can expose stories from your own back yard.

We are keen to hear about everything from local regattas and classic events to a local restoration or yachting adventure. Pictures are welcome and ideal for making the article more engaging.

With a site that has been created with the assistance of an international group of classic yacht enthusiasts we value your input and with your help we strive to make CYI more up-to-date and more informative than ever.

Please register and get in touch if you would like to contribute.

Submit a Classic Yacht Book

Expand the CYI reading list by adding a book of interest that covers one of the many areas of Classic Yachting.

As a site that has been created with the assistance of an international group of classic yacht enthusiasts we value your input and with your help we strive to make CYI more up-to-date and more informative than ever.

Please register and get in touch if you would like to contribute.

ClassicYachtInfo.com has the largest database of classic yachts on the internet.

We’re continually working to keep it accurate and up-to-date, and we greatly appreciate contributions of any type. If you spot an error, or you have some information on a yacht and would like to contribute, please jump on in!

Don’t be shy…. Breeze on!