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Hermione is one well known frigate to have carry General Lafayette when this one was reaching the America. It has been rebuild since 1997 in Rochefort in france. You can see many movie on youtube or

L'Hermione has captured the USS Mitcher and escorts its Prize.

The cast iron of the cannons started this month (in French): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xbFHboB5Hc   The hull has been launched in 2012 and the sailing tests should begin this year:    

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What ropes is where?

From right to left:

  • mizen topgallant-yeard halliard (with boat painter)
  • main topsail-yeard brace
  • mizen-topsail leech-line
  • mizen-topsail buntlines
  • mizen-course, throat halliards (with boat painter)
  • mizen staysail sheet
  • mizen topsail-yeard lifts
  • crossjack-yeard lifts
  • mizen-topsail clue-lines
  • main topsail-yeard brace

In the shrouds from right to left:

  • mizen-topgallant clue-line
  • mizen-topgallant-sheets
  • mizen-topgallant reef-tackles
  • fish-tackle

By night...:blink:

the-three-mats-the-hermione-exact-replica-of-the-lafayette-s-boat-F0MARM.jpg

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1 hour ago, Surcouf said:

Surcouf in action!!!

 

Very nice! I see you have climbing harness on. Are all L'Hermione crew required to go aloft (topmen) during a voyage or can you choose to serve on deck only. 

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Everybody get in. It is even obligatory in the selection. If you are not able to up the mast, you do not sail on l'Hermione. You don't choose your job. You have to know how to do everything. Only the command of the boat is for professional sailors.

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8 hours ago, Surcouf said:

Exactly! It's very strange when you go home and nothing moves and there's no noise...

I used to do shifts at an observatory where the dome/building rotated to get ahead of the target source roughly every 2 minutes.  Even though it was only about 2-4 weeks a year, for almost a decade after that I frequently felt the same phantom sensation of the building turning under my feet anywhere I was. 

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Great work!!!!! Astronomy is a subject that interests me too!
Generally speaking, non-standard activities leave behind non-standard sensations. I'm very happy to have taken this sound.

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