Thunderbird 4 - Mission status

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Thunderbird 4 - Mission status

Ryan Chalifour of Green Seas Humanitarian Expeditions are refitting Thunderbird 4 and taking her out of San Francisco to Nicaragua to commence her mission.

Location: Alameda Estuary, California near 5th Street Marina at anchor.
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Apr 7, 2013

Boat specifications

BUILT: 1975

PROPULSION: Rebuilt Ford Lehman 6-cyl 100hp.

RIG: Ketch, new masts and standing rigging unused.

DISPLACEMENT: 52,000 lbs

BEAM: 13' 0"

DRAFT: 6' 6"

CONSTRUCTION: Fibreglass covered Ferrocement

Discussion Forum

Thunderbird 4, Finishing out the inside of hull/cabin

Started by Greg Parks. Last reply by Greg Parks Apr 7, 2013. 5 Replies

Ahoy,The Capt (Thackery) mentioned the vessel required all internal carpentry.  It would help me understand the job if I could see pictures.  Is there anything in there?  There must be some timbers…Continue

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Comment by Captain Ray Thackeray, IRG on January 21, 2013 at 1:08pm

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Comment by Natasha Pyle on January 16, 2013 at 1:49pm

Happy, towing crew for IRG's newly donated ketch, Thunderbird 4. She is now awaiting haul-out.

Thanks for safely moving her to the anchorage.

Pictured: John, Alan, Jesse, Evelyne, and Ray.
Not pictured: Nathan, Stuart, Martin, and Natasha.

 

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Discussion Forum

Thunderbird 4, Finishing out the inside of hull/cabin

Started by Greg Parks. Last reply by Greg Parks Apr 7, 2013. 5 Replies

Ahoy,The Capt (Thackery) mentioned the vessel required all internal carpentry.  It would help me understand the job if I could see pictures.  Is there anything in there?  There must be some timbers…Continue

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