sail maker

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sail maker

nSegelmacher(in) m(f)
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One woman to benefit from the new service is 26-year-old Heather Hannah, a sail maker from Barcaldine near Oban.
Contract notice: Sail maker working on the royal yacht dannebrog.
He was really fascinated by the crafts of the region, like the sail maker and boat builder he portrayed, and agricultural crafts.
The sails the boat will need can be obtained from Rabei's workshop; a master sail maker who lives on the island too.
The best known sail maker of the world, North Sails, operates its factory in the Biyagama Investment Promotion Zone.
Oman Sail are looking for more sailors to join them and learn how to sail, to become an instructor, boat builder or sail maker and represent Oman at the highest level internationally.
Surgeons were responsible for purchasing their own implements; with an indication that a sail maker's stitch palm was sometimes used to push needles (often blunt) through flesh and skin thus preventing needle stick injury to the practitioner.
The 13,000sqft retail scheme's offer includes a boat repairs and servicing business, an outboard engine dealer, a sail maker and a yacht charters business.
For the Jumeirah Regatta he will also be helped by Australian sail maker Jamie Wilmot, whose son Nathan is the current 470 world champion.
George Townsend Cole's Portrait of Henry Thomas Lambert (1858), a master sail maker and ship chandler in Wapping, shows a man proud of all he has achieved (and purchased).
When a Lamalera whaling team returns with a whale or other big catch, a specially designated crewmember separates it into preassigned parts for the harpooner, other hunt participants, the sail maker, and nonhunting community members.
Happily, a sail maker can repair most tears right onboard.