Last edited by Fauzil
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | History

2 edition of Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor found in the catalog.

Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor

Walter Macarthur

Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor

by Walter Macarthur

  • 395 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Shorey Bookstore in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Merchant marine -- Pacific Coast (U.S.),
  • Ships,
  • Shipping -- California -- San Francisco

  • Edition Notes

    Facsimile reproduction of W. MacArthur ed., 1929.

    Statement[by] Walter Macarthur.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVK23
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 p.
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17762829M

      From Half Moon Bay we headed to Monterey Bay. The coast from San Francisco down to Port San Luis is a protected marine sanctuary with amazing sea-life. Sea lions, seals, sea otters, whales, birds, everything! Monterey was nice, but EXPENSIVE. We went to the aquarium and saw lots of animals from this part of the coast swimming in their tanks. Japanese submarine I was placed on standby by the Imperial Navy west of the Farallones to shell San Francisco. Decem President Roosevelt signed an Executive Order to establish Defensive Sea areas off the San Francisco coast. Decem Submarine I surfaced to charge batteries near the Farallones.

      I’ve done it numerous times in both directions but more bashing up than cruising down. There are always three primary considerations: Weather, crew fatigue and fuel. If the weather is merely bad you can do the legs between San Francisco and Monter. The Annals of the City of San Francisco, June It appears from records kept by the late harbor master, Captain King, that seventy-four vessels claiming and entitled to be called clipper ships, and averaging rather more than tons burden, had arrived .

    Ryan is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed Captain who has logged o offshore nautical miles since learning to sail as a child. He has sailed to 37 countries, experiencing diverse cultures and climates. Ryan raced dinghies as a child, and has since transitioned to keel boats, competing throughout Canada, the USA, and the Caribbean. The following article on what happened after the attack of Pearl Harbor is an excerpt from Bill Yenne’s Panic on the Pacific. It is available to order now from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. December 7, , arrived as a quiet Sunday morning on the West Coast. It didn’t stay that way for long. In the early afternoon, in Washington, D.C.


Share this book
You might also like
study of 25 MeV alpha particle elastic scattering from a wide range of targets from [superior] 44Ca to [superior] 94Zr.

study of 25 MeV alpha particle elastic scattering from a wide range of targets from [superior] 44Ca to [superior] 94Zr.

patients charter & you

patients charter & you

London, 100 inexpensive hotels

London, 100 inexpensive hotels

Federal food assistance legislation, 1935-1991

Federal food assistance legislation, 1935-1991

Gay Lord Robert

Gay Lord Robert

Report on lead in the environment

Report on lead in the environment

Gardner modern method for the instruments of percussion

Gardner modern method for the instruments of percussion

U.S. Department of Education, Satellite Library

U.S. Department of Education, Satellite Library

Julie Cane

Julie Cane

New directions in client-centered therapy

New directions in client-centered therapy

Regional report 1996-1999

Regional report 1996-1999

Guilty Witness

Guilty Witness

Possible Relationships Between Solar Activity and Meteorological Phenomena.

Possible Relationships Between Solar Activity and Meteorological Phenomena.

banana.

banana.

Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor by Walter Macarthur Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Description: pages color frontispiece, plates, folded map 21 cm: Contents: Preface --Dream of the Golden Gate (poem) --Harbor of San Francisco --A retrospective view --World total of sailing ships --The last days 0f sail --Alaska Packers' Star Fleet --Former British vessels --Last ships around Cape Horn --Sailing ships in the Canal --American ship Tusitala --A.

Full text of "Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor" See other formats. Upgrade to "Sail Plus" on select Celebrity Cruise sailings and choose 2 of the 4 amenities when you book an Inside or above categories.

Choose from: Free pre-paid gratuities for 2, Classic Beverage Package: a $14 per person charge will be added for this amenity, up to $ onboard spending or unlimited onboard internet!/5. To Magazine Home Page. Boating On The West Coast. Readers quotes and photos paint a picture of what it's like to go boating on the West Coast.

First, a confession: All of the Seaworthy editors have either lived or spent a considerable amount of time on the West Coast. We already knew, for example, that boating in Southern California was far different than Puget Sound or even Northern California. Cruising sailors around the world know that San Francisco Bay is an excellent cruising area, but few know of the multitude of destinations available here.

Within a few hours sail of each other are the generally cool City Front and the often sunny Alameda Island, busy Sausalito and sleepy Petaluma, accessible South Beach Harbor and remote China /5(4).

The ship Tamara leaves San Francisco headed for England. She is "The last sailing ship of any nation to make the eastward passage of Cape Horn from the West Coast," according to Last days of sail on the West coast, San Francisco harbor by Walter MacArthur, p.

Im thinking of moving my Hammerhead 34 trimaran, Blue Skyz from Puget Sound to San Francisco, and could use some advice from people that have sailed the west coast. Ill probably be sailing fairly short-handed, with a crew of 2 or 3. The boat is a coastal cruiser not a blue-water cruiser, so Ill b.

Not really. There are not many harbors along the way, so it is virtually impossible to “harbor hop”. Then again the distance is very great, and most boats could sail it in three days.

You have to pick a weather window so that you avoid the occasio. To book a charter or for more information please call () Sail The Bay - Llagas Rd. Morgan Hill, CA Private Sailing Charters on the San Francisco Bay.

Going around Vancouver Island was a good warm up for us. We sailed the exposed West Coast of the island in various conditions from 35 knot gales and seas of 3 to 4 meters (12 to 16 feet), to no wind and fog. Having survived that, and actually enjoying most of it, we felt ready for the long trip down the U.S.

West coast. Advanced Deposit offer is valid for new individual cruise reservations for sailings departing by 12/31/ Offer is limited to sailings of 3 nights or longer booked at least days prior to departure (or days for Disney, 7-night or longer Norwegian sailings, and 15 night or longer MSC sailings); maximum $ value and not valid on /5.

Get the latest deals on singles cruises from San Francisco with cabin price comparison and variety of dates to choose from. West Coast. Ushuaia. Vancouver. but you need port days to keep.

San Diego Catamaran Charters. West Coast Multihulls Charters offer visitors the best in San Diego sailing charter vacations. Sun, temperate climate, a vibrant city and some of the best cruising waters in America make San Diego Bay the premier charter destination on the west coast.

San Francisco for the Curious", Art Peterson tells the story of The Old Ship and similar disreputable hostelries: The model sailing ship that welcomes imbibers to the Old Ship Saloon at the North East Corner of Battery and Pacific provides a reminder of what lies beneath: an Old Ship.

But how a ship found its way to this inland corner takes 5/5(K). Then, we will stop by the Fisherman's Wharf - take a San Francisco Bay Cruise and visit the Aquarium of the Bay.

After that, we will visit Palace of fine arts and the Golden Gate Bridge. After the extensive San Francisco tour, we would head to Berkeley University. The ship remained near its Los Angeles home port for a few weeks, sailed up the coast to San Francisco and back to Seattle for tactical maneuvers with other ships in the : Shaun Mckinnon.

Looking for cruises from San Diego to San Francisco. Find and plan your next cruise from San Diego to San Francisco on Cruise Critic. We offer a wide selection of departure dates for cruises from. DAY 5 SAN FRANCISCO You will arrive in San Francisco this morning and then head to your hotel to check in and drop off your belongings.

Then, it's time for some sightseeing. Climb aboard a hop-on, hop-off tour that includes all San Francisco's great locations, like Fisherman's Wharf, Downtown, the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, and many.

On the East Coast, the most important yachting centers where the whole range of repair facilities are available are the areas around the following cities: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Beaufort/Morehead City, Baltimore, City Island (New York), Newport, Marblehead.

On the West Coast: San Diego, Newport Beach, San Francisco, Seattle. San Francisco artist George F. Keller struck again, aided by The Wasp’s increased investment in color lithography, with A Statue For Our Harbor, Novem Although the Statue of Liberty and its base had yet to make a physical appearance in New York’s harbor, discussions about the statue and controversies in fundraising and artists’renditions, were.

California coast, so you can uncover new wonders waiting for you to explore. ways to sail. The excitement starts here — at our departure ports — where you’ll begin your unforgettable West Coast cruise vacation.

Begin your seagoing journey from one of. The USS Conestoga left the Navy yard at Mare Island, Calif., on Good Friday,bound for Pearl Harbor, with a complement of 56 sailors. .It had been a couple of years since I’d last attended the Pacific Sail and Power Boat Show, so it was a treat to take a West Coast swing this spring and pay a visit to the annual gather-ing of the San Francisco Bay area sailing tribe.

If you haven’t had an opportunity to attend, the show is a .