Espirito Santo & more silly sails

Posted: 20 March, 2009 by SeaBart in ugly
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Espirito Santo

IMO : n/a

Build : don’t have a clue

I have searched high & low, from A to Z on the Interweb but I couldn’t find any information on this floating contraption anywhere. Just that it’s posted on in the category “Restaurant Vessels“. I also don’t have much knowledge about sailing vessels in particular but, in my inexperienced eyes, the whole thing doesn’t really look like a proper sailing vessel so I assume the restaurant bit from above is correct. Anybody who knows more and can correct me: please do!

But I do hope they have a better cook than  ship-designer/builder because otherwise there won’t be much people showing up in this restaurant.

As bonus a few more Silly Sails:


A very interesting looking sailing yacht, have to look into this one further, I know the famous explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau had something similar once.

The next one looks more like a real sailing vessel,  she is a replica, the original was build in the 15th century. her lines aren’t the most pleasing I have ever seen on a sailing vessel.

Lisa von Lubeck

Judging from the last picture she has a pretty large engine in there as well, not something you would have found in a real 15th century vessel.

And as last: very special sails: spotted, photographed & tipped by the always forward Bowsprite:

Picture by Bowsprite

Picture by Bowsprite

Picture by Bowsprite

Picture by Bowsprite

Have you seen the name in the main sail: The Vote Boat……..I reckon it’s best to not say a word about it and just ban it from our memories.

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