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Originally christened Horst Wessel, the Eagle was built in 1936 and used by Nazi Germany to train sailors. In 1946 the U.S. took it as a war prize though and sailed it back to New London, CT where it's been based ever since.
Still doing it the old-fashioned way. The Daily Mail has amazing photos of shipbuilders working on an 80-foot pinisi, a two masted sailboat used for shipping, in Bulukumba, Indonesia.
Workers are building the boat right on the beach using local materials, including plant fiber and sap to fill the space between the boards of the hull. The process is all by hand and absolutely extraordinary.Read More