IDAuthorArticleLinkSourceDatePage
24 David Tyler Tystie, Bora Boar to Tonga
Cruising on Tystie
link
100 JRA About the Junk RIg - Animation
JR Animation
link
1214 Roy Denton Condensation inside a boat and how to beat it
Methods for dealing with condensation using fans
link Page: 53
1245 JRA Introduction to the Junk Rig - part 2
Youtube video - discusses the characteristics of the Junk Rig, its sheeting, mast, reefing, rigging etc Sailing; rigging: wing sails; cambered sails; yards; battens; Chinese lugsail
link
1246 JRA Junk Rig Association YouTube channel
YouTube channel devoted to junk rig including introduction, historical and entertainment videos
link
1267 John Muir One Old Junk is Everyone’s Treasure - the Excavation, Amalysis and Interpretation of a Chinese Shrimp Junk at China Camp State Park
A thesis on the archaeology of a junk in California, with detail of traditional Chinese ship building techniques and historical context for the junk.
link
1272 JRA Annual General Meeting Notice for 2023
Notice of AGM for 20 May 2023
link Page: 3
1299 JRA; Galway Bay Sailing Club Marking 50 years since Bill King's Circumnavigation
Joint press release as issued by the Junk Rig Association and the Galway Bay Sailing Club
link Page: 16
1313 Blondie Hasler Rigging instructions for a Kingfisher 26
Original 1970s instructions for the rigging on a Kingfisher
link
1324 Mauro Pau First Time Solo and a Family Sailing Holiday
Kingfisher 20+ in the Adriatic. Sailing preparation, characteristics, experience, family
link Page: 16
1333 Gez and Sue Richards Footloose in the Baltic
2009 Cruise of Footloose from Woodbridge in England across North Sea to Baltic
link Page: 58
1336 Arne Kverneland Friction in halyard and sheet
3-part or 5-part purchase; choice of line size and blocks; winch positioning; sheeting systems
link
1346 Annie Hill A Sail Centipede
Sail cover variant/alternative
link Page: 41
506 Chris Scanes & Paul McKay Some Observations on sailing
link Magazine Issue 57 September 2011 Page: 14
513 Annie Hill The Transformation of Joshua
link Magazine Issue 58 January 2012 Page: 12
517 Paul Fay Ti Gitu's cambered panel sails
link Magazine Issue 58 January 2012 Page: 27
526 David Tyler A Junk Rig Presentation
link Magazine Issue 59 April 2012 Page: 16
532 Ketil Greve Converting an X-99
link Magazine Issue 59 April 2012 Page: 30
533 Paul McKay Resurrection
link Magazine Issue 59 April 2012 Page: 32
534 David Tyler Making Sails for Footprints and Tystie
link Magazine Issue 59 April 2012 Page: 34
535 David Harding The Split Junk - PBO article reprint
link Magazine Issue 59 April 2012 Page: 38
537 Carl Hyllander From the Baltic to the Mediterranean
link Magazine Issue 60 October 2012 Page: 5
544 Ketil Greve The continuing story of Marie G.
link Magazine Issue 60 October 2012 Page: 21
551 Graham Cox A Long Time Coming
link Magazine Issue 60 October 2012 Page: 48
552 Jonathan Snodgrass Junk rig sailing: Initial Familiarisation
link Magazine Issue 60 October 2012 Page: 55
553 Steve Peake Our HonSec. Has Really Done It This Time
link Magazine Issue 61 February 2013 Page: 4
554 Penny Mansfield Junketing Across Biscay
link Magazine Issue 61 February 2013 Page: 9
562 Nils Myklebust 10 Years of Junk Rig Experimenting
link Magazine Issue 61 February 2013 Page: 39
578 Luis Nin Estevez Relaunching Atiti
link Magazine Issue 62 June 2013 Page: 30
579 Daniel Collins Converting Aletheia to Junk Rig
link Magazine Issue 62 June 2013 Page: 31
583 Lesley & Rene Verbrugge Hunting Junks - Update
link Magazine Issue 62 June 2013 Page: 46
427 Robin Froberg Vanharouva's Baltic Cruise
link Magazine Issue 64 February 2014 Page: 44
452 Gary Pick Mast Partner Construction
link Magazine Issue 66 October 2014 Page: 18
470 Lesley & Rene Verbrugge A Call for Action!
link Magazine Issue 67 February 2015 Page: 19
487 Mo Fay-Jenkins Ti Gitu
link Magazine Issue 68 June 2015 Page: 12
390 Robin Blain Scottish JRSRC Rally
link Magazine Issue 69 October 2015 Page: 49
360 Admat Downey Converting Branwen
link Magazine Issue 70 February 2016 Page: 16
363 David Harding A Question of Twist
link Magazine Issue 70 February 2016 Page: 28
345 Simon Foster Ara'deg continued
link Magazine Issue 71 June 2016 Page: 14
347 Arne Kverneland Fan-up preventer - continued
link Magazine Issue 71 June 2016 Page: 27
350 Roy Denton Casting a Lead Keel
link Magazine Issue 71 June 2016 Page: 34
331 Simon Foster Ara'deg - continued
link Magazine Issue 72 October 2016 Page: 14
312 Graham Cox Hall of Fame - Alan Martienssen
link Magazine Issue 73 February 2017 Page: 5
319 Sebastian Hentschel Gaffelrigg and Junks in the Baltics
link Magazine Issue 73 February 2017 Page: 36
296 Graeme Kenyon Impressions of a First Time Junkie
link Magazine Issue 74 June 2017 Page: 18
301 Roy Denton Posting Photos on the JRA Website
link Magazine Issue 74 June 2017 Page: 32
304 Ted Stone Supermarket Inspiration
link Magazine Issue 74 June 2017 Page: 37
267 Bruno Gouget Jonktion 33 - New Caledonia
link Magazine Issue 76 February 2018 Page: 28
275 Mo Fay Jenkins Summer in the Baltic ?
link Magazine Issue 76 February 2018 Page: 57
253 Biran Bootes Escapade converting a Leisure 17
link Magazine Issue 77 June 2018 Page: 27
254 Gez & Sue Richards In Defence of Baltic Anchorages
link Magazine Issue 77 June 2018 Page: 29
261 Pol Bergius Converting Annie
link Magazine Issue 77 June 2018 Page: 53
241 Mo Fay Jenkins Small Harbours, Big Tides
link Magazine Issue 78 October 2018 Page: 46
243 Pol Bergius Converting Annie
link Magazine Issue 78 October 2018 Page: 50
213 David Chidell Converting Mo
link Magazine Issue 79 February 2019 Page: 14
221 Shemaya Laurel Converting Marigold
link Magazine Issue 79 February 2019 Page: 31
229 Mark Case Presentation to Arne Kverneland
link Magazine Issue 79 February 2019 Page: 61
200 James Gray Converting River Rat
link Magazine Issue 80 June 2019 Page: 3
175 Bruno Gouget Jonktion 36
link Magazine Issue 82 February 2020 Page: 21
177 Graham Cox A Conversation with David Webb
link Magazine Issue 82 February 2020 Page: 33
178 Asmat Downey Atlantic Antics
link Magazine Issue 82 February 2020 Page: 42
156 Dave Leet Nomad - Trans-Atlantic to Suriname
link Magazine Issue 83 June 2020 Page: 12
157 Graham Cox A Conversation with Kurt Jon Ulmer
link Magazine Issue 83 June 2020 Page: 15
164 Vo "Devo" To Friction Hoses
link Magazine Issue 83 June 2020 Page: 50
132 Graham Cox Conversation with TimMcCloy -
link Magazine Issue 85 February 2021 Page: 26
137 Editor Dinghy Design Competition
link Magazine Issue 85 February 2021 Page: 57
617 The Formation of the J.R.A.
link Newsletter Issue 1 May 1980
618 Choice of Emblems - Draft Constitution
link Newsletter Issue 1 May 1980
675 Turning over a ROBERTS 43 during construction.
link Newsletter Issue 11 May 1985
676 Bob Burns EBBTIDE 36 junk rigged maiden voyage
link Newsletter Issue 11 May 1985
682 EBBTIDE 36, junk rig, sea trials.
link Newsletter Issue 12 December 1985
687 NORTH ATLANTIC 29 Junk, Angus Primrose design.
link Newsletter Issue 13 May 1986
689 Hasler's sailing instructions for the KINGFISHER 20+.
link Newsletter Issue 13 May 1986
692 EBBTIDE 36 and Bob Burns, solo to South Africa.
link Newsletter Issue 13 May 1986
694 Bibliography of junk related publications.
link Newsletter Issue 14 November 1986
695 Junk and Bermudan rigs on Newbridge Boats, a comparative report.
link Newsletter Issue 14 November 1986
699 Henry Pigott Completion of the circumnavigation in GLORY
link Newsletter Issue 14 November 1986
704 Questions and Answers on junk rig sailing.
link Newsletter Issue 15 May 1987
707 ROAMER EBBTIDE 36 circumnavigation, continued.
link Newsletter Issue 15 May 1987
711 The voyage of TAI KI 64' junk, and appreciation of her construction.
link Newsletter Issue 15 May 1987
713 Sailing a VENTURER 22 (H.P. rig) in Hong Kong and experimenting with bendy and jointed battens.
link Newsletter Issue 16 November 1987
716 SKY GYPSY 32' continues cruising in the Med.
link Newsletter Issue 16 November 1987
719 Book review of "Practical Junk Rig"
link Newsletter Issue 17 May 1988
720 Michael Richey Jester's Ultimate Storm
link Newsletter Issue 17 May 1988
727 The Marco Polo voyage - The construction of COCACHIN.
link Newsletter Issue 18 November 1988
730 Converting a VENTURE 22 (JR) to a Swing-Wing rig.
link Newsletter Issue 18 November 1988
733 Tony Bennett An alternative to antifouling on a VENTURER 22
link Newsletter Issue 18 November 1988
735 NORTH ATLANTIC 29 in California.
link Newsletter Issue 19 May 1989
736 Junk rig Luff Controls - some recent variations.
link Newsletter Issue 19 May 1989
739 Restoration of a Chinese Sampan in the West Country.
link Newsletter Issue 19 May 1989
743 The 1988 Carlstar Trans Atlantic Race with JESTER, GALWAY BLAZER, WATER BEAR representing the J.R.A.
link Newsletter Issue 19 May 1989
744 Book Review "All in the Same Boat" a 29' steel junk rigged boat called LORCHA circumnavigating
link Newsletter Issue 19 May 1989
619 Report on first J.R.A. Annual General Meeting.
link Newsletter Issue 2 December 1980
753 The Yachting Monthly Triangle Race in a GALLANT 29.
link Newsletter Issue 20 December 1989
756 Junk rig on a TINKER TRAVELLER 11' Inflatable.
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
757 The Douarnenez Festival in France.
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
760 David Tyler Improved sheeting of the Junk sail
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
762 Wilf Turnbull Modifications to the sheeting of a COROMANDEL peaked junk rig
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
763 David & Lynda Chidell Specification and description of TIN HAU, a 17 ton COLVIN steel schooner, built by David & Lynda Chidell.
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
764 Exploration and development of the Chinese Junk in the 15th Century
link Newsletter Issue 21 Summer 1990
765 Specification and description of a schooner junk rigged CLAYMORE 30' GRP Motor Sailer (illustrated).
link Newsletter Issue 22 December 1990
766 Don Cook Sheeting tips on a COLVIN GAZELLE 42
link Newsletter Issue 22 December 1990
770 Vincent Reddish Researching, Designing and Installing a traditionally based junk rig in a VERTUE 26 (illustrated)
link Newsletter Issue 22 December 1990
773 Bruce Petterson GINGER, COLVIN steel 29' junk sloop - plans, design, specifications. fitting out. sailing, (well illustrated)
link Newsletter Issue 22 December 1990
778 Super junks - recent rig developments and their interpretation.
link Newsletter Issue 23 Summer 1991
780 Crossing the Atlantic (West to East) in a SUNBIRD 32 junk schooner.
link Newsletter Issue 24 Winter 1991
782 NORTH ATLANTIC 29 junk rig modifications.
link Newsletter Issue 24 Winter 1991
785 2) Fitting hinged battens and the results for the junk rig including construction details.
link Newsletter Issue 24 Winter 1991
786 Paul McKay Junk Rig modifications and experiments on an ECLIPSE 22 trailer sailer
link Newsletter Issue 24 Winter 1991
787 Bunny smith pursues the quilting effect on his SADLER 26 advanced junk rig.
link Newsletter Issue 24 Winter 1991
789 Summer Rally at start of the Single Handed Trans Atlantic Race.
link Newsletter Issue 25 Summer 1992
792 Maurice Donovan Fitting hinged battens to a SUNBIRD 28
link Newsletter Issue 25 Summer 1992
803 Gp. Capt. Bunny Smith replies to Alan Boswell's article in N/L 25 and expands on his previous articles, comments on present production rigs and points to the future. A very relevant article on the jun
link Newsletter Issue 26 Winter 1992
805 SABRA, a SUNBIRD 32 junk schooner sails with the trans Atlantic "Columbus Voyage Fleet" and also loses a foremast
link Newsletter Issue 26 Winter 1992
806 BARE BONES a 30' yacht by Angus Primrose with a junk rig for taking part competitively in the Single Handed Trans Atlantic Race
link Newsletter Issue 26 Winter 1992
807 Book Reviews: "Still in the Same Boat", Paul Howard
link Newsletter Issue 26 Winter 1992
811 TIN HAU - 3-masted 40' LWL stccl Junk undefined Performance Chart.
link Newsletter Issue 27 Summer 1993
813 Obituary - Valentin Sokoloff.
link Newsletter Issue 27 Summer 1993
833 Jo Cousins and his VENTURE 45 crossing the Atlantic and adventures in the Caribbean.
link Newsletter Issue 29 Summer 1994
834 CHALLENGER 35 UPIK loses a mast in the South Atlantic, Skipper and UPIK'S stay in S. Africa and eventual arrival in Spain.
link Newsletter Issue 29 Summer 1994
841 Radio controlled model junk sailing surprises the Aerorigged competitors.
link Newsletter Issue 30 Summer 1995
848 Arne Kverneland ALBIN VIGGEN and ATLANTIC 29 with cambered sail panels
link Newsletter Issue 31 April 1996
850 Ray Waters Building a 30' HARTLEY in timber for a circumnavigation (Aus.).
link Newsletter Issue 31 April 1996
862 Lex & May Hodgkinson See off the Opposition with Hinged Battens and the Visit of the ENDEAVOUR replica
link Newsletter Issue 32 October 1996
864 Brest & Douarnenez Festivals of Sail 1996.
link Newsletter Issue 33 April 1997
867 Peter & Marie-Pierre Pontefract First Time Junkies in their steel ROBERTS 36
link Newsletter Issue 33 April 1997
876 Hans Schaeuble's cruise in the Baltic 1996 and the Mediterranean 1997 in his LIBERTY 23.
link Newsletter Issue 34 April 1999
882 Articulating Battens on Junk Rig of NYMPH.
link Newsletter Issue 35 October 1999
885 Book Review - "Cutting the Dragons Tail" by David & Lynda Chidell. Building a COLVIN 50' steel 3 masted junk and sailing away
link Newsletter Issue 35 October 1999
888 Converting a 32' 10 ton double ender GREYA to junk rig in Antigua.
link Newsletter Issue 35 October 1999
889 CAPE SEEKER Project in an ATLANTIC 29.
link Newsletter Issue 35 October 1999
894 Fitting an integral sail cover to a junk rig.
link Newsletter Issue 36 February 2000
895 Calculating the sail panel camber with a chain.
link Newsletter Issue 36 February 2000
897 Max Hiehle Berth ventilation
link Newsletter Issue 36 February 2000
913 Ventilation onboard.
link Newsletter Issue 37 November 2000
914 Putting Camber into a junk sail.
link Newsletter Issue 37 November 2000
915 Atlantic crossing in GOLDEN HIND 34.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
916 Restoring original timber junks.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
917 Trans Atlantic in a 23' HUNTER LIBERTY.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
918 David Tyler David Tyler's 34' Epoxy-Ply special single junk sail cruiser TYSTIE, pictures & plans.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
919 Article on TYSTIE from P.B.O. magazine.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
920 Article on converting a MACGREGOR 26 trailer sailer to junk and sailing report.
link Newsletter Issue 38 July 2001
924 News from North UK member's activities.
link Newsletter Issue 39 March 2002
928 Ian Sharpc, model maker extraordinary, illustrations of the results.
link Newsletter Issue 39 March 2002
935 Through the Canals, Baltic to thc Mediterranean. in 40' MA YA.
link Newsletter Issue 40 March 2003
936 David Tyler A new sail for TYSTIE 37
link Newsletter Issue 40 March 2003
946 Lifting aboard Mast Climber.
link Newsletter Issue 41 August 2003
952 Stiffness in junk sails.
link Newsletter Issue 41 August 2003
964 Restoration of the 30' Junk SUN FUNG.
link Newsletter Issue 43 August 2004
967 36' CHINA BLUE'S West Coast and Irish/Scottish Cruise.
link Newsletter Issue 43 August 2004
975 Another method of Batten construction.
link Newsletter Issue 43 August 2004
981 TAI SHAN 52' Colvin - a resurrection.
link Newsletter Issue 44 January 2005
983 Voyage of a lifetime - A KINGFISHER 26 across the Atlantic and back.
link Newsletter Issue 44 January 2005
987 2002 - the Chinese build a 102' traditional sailing junk.
link Newsletter Issue 45 August 2005
989 Fitting a junk rig for free in Sweden. Summer and East Coast Rally reports and pictures.
link Newsletter Issue 45 August 2005
994 James Wharram and "Two Girls Two Catamarans", the book and transatlantic voyage
link Newsletter Issue 45 August 2005
996 TYSTIE'S New Swing-Wing rig and shake down cruise.
link Newsletter Issue 46 January 2006
999 Scottish and Holy Loch Rallies - Reports and pictures.
link Newsletter Issue 46 January 2006
1002 Transatlantic cruise with an AeroRig, and explanations of its sailing ability.
link Newsletter Issue 46 January 2006
1008 David Tyler Passage report from David Tyler on TYSTIE.
link Newsletter Issue 47 August 2006
1011 Richard Dryden The Transition Sailing Rig by Richard Dryden following his talk at the Summer Rally.
link Newsletter Issue 47 August 2006
1012 JESTER's Ultimate Storm and mast loss in 1986 Atlantic crossing.
link Newsletter Issue 47 August 2006
1014 Converting PREVEDA, a Gouwzec 33' stccl Dutch yacht to junk rig in Switzerland with a single mast in a tabernacle, hoisted by husband and wife crew.
link Newsletter Issue 47 August 2006
1017 David Tyler Performance result of a Swing-Wing schooner rig on TYSTIE; UK to S. Africa.
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1018 A Scottish Skiff built in Germany with a Norwegian junk rig.
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1020 Review of Derek Van Loan's third edition of "Design and build your own junk"
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1021 Building and sailing a junk rigged double end Grey Seal 25'6" Ian Oughtred design in riveted clinker timber by a 75 year old
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1022 TYSTIE'S log with two knockdowns on passage UK to S. Africa
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1023 Timber mast scantlings for a Norwegian junk rig.
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1025 optimistic conclusion.
link Newsletter Issue 48 January 2007
1030 David Tyler's thoughts on alternative designs on a Wing rig
link Newsletter Issue 49 August 2007
1031 Thc Wing Rig designed and developed by Austin Farrar 2007
link Newsletter Issue 49 August 2007
1033 Renovating a ferro 39' Samson C Bird and converting to junk schooner for world
link Newsletter Issue 49 August 2007
634 Rod Lloyd Sailing a Junk Rigged TAHITIANA 32'
link Newsletter Issue 5 June 1982
635 Brian Platt The Chinese Junk, history, Construction, Use and Advantages by Brian Platt.
link Newsletter Issue 5 June 1982
1045 Maurice & Barbara Poissenot MATHILDA, our steel 28' Dutch Grundel makes creek crawling in the Mcd. a sensible option
link Newsletter Issue 50 January 2008
1046 2007 Scottish Rally Reports and pictures.
link Newsletter Issue 50 January 2008
1050 Building of my MALLIEMAC, a sister to TYSTIE with pictures
link Newsletter Issue 50 January 2008
1055 Home made Windvane across the Atlantic. Holy Loch Rally report.
link Newsletter Issue 51 August 2008
1056 Wind Vane Steering - Review of Instruction Books.
link Newsletter Issue 51 August 2008
1057 David Tyler TYSTIE Progress Report
link Newsletter Issue 51 August 2008
1063 Brest 2008 and Douarnenez Junk Flotilla Report
link Newsletter Issue 52 December 2008
1071 Scottish Rally Report
link Newsletter Issue 52 December 2008
1080 Robin Blain Sheet protection hoops over the cockpit
link Newsletter Issue 53 August 2009
1084 Jonathan Snodgrass How not to do the OSTAR Transatlantic Race
link Newsletter Issue 53 August 2009
614 Scottish rally report 2009
link Newsletter Issue 54 January 2010
1098 Scottish rally report 2009
link Newsletter Issue 54 January 2010
603 Peter Manning Scottish rally 2010
link Newsletter Issue 55 September 2010
639 Mat and Batten Sail - Its Aerodynamic Qualities, an extract from Science & Civilization in China.
link Newsletter Issue 6 December 1982
646 "Where to Find" junk rig designers, suppliers, information, chartering, tuition
link Newsletter Issue 6 December 1982
648 Dr. Harry Morton "Junks of China & Japan" - their hull and rig construction and use - long extract from book
link Newsletter Issue 7 June 1983
652 Additions to Newsletter No. 6 Directory of J.R. Suppliers.
link Newsletter Issue 7 June 1983
654 Bob Burns Building and fitting a junk to an EBBTIDE 36' (later circumnavigated)
link Newsletter Issue 8 December 1983
655 "The Venerable Chinese Junk", an article describing various uses of junks and their various designs relative to their function as trading ships
link Newsletter Issue 8 December 1983
663 "Chinese Traders", an extract from the "The Evolution of Modern Sailboat Design"
link Newsletter Issue 9 May 1984
667 "The Amoy fisher and the Fishing Boat of the Chusans", extracts from "The Floating Population of China" by G.R.G. Worcester
link Newsletter Issue 9 May 1984
2 JRA What classes of production boat have been successfully fitted with junk rigs?
Types and designs of junk rig boats
link
5 Arne Kverneland The Cambered Panel Junk Rig
Creating and using cambered panels
link
6 Arne Kverneland Preface - ch1 of The Cambered Panel Junk Rig
introduction to the cambered panel junk rig
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10 Arne Kverneland Making the Sail - ch5 of The Cambered Panel Junk Rig
Lofting cutting making a cambered panel junk rig sail
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14 Arne Kverneland Arne's Chain calculator
A method for calculating camber in a JR sail
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15 Arne Kverneland Ten Master Sails, Johanna Style
Sail plan options laid out for reference with different ARs
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18 HG Hasler Kingfisher Original Sailing Instructions
How to sail a junk rig, specifically a Hasler Kingfisher yacht
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26 David Harding The split junk rig: a junk with jiblets
Article from Practical Boat Owner about Slieve McGalliard's experiment with split junk Rig on his boat Poppy
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28 David Tyler Tystie's Rig Update
Notes on development of a wingsail
link
31 JRA Sailing Performance Trials
A set of notes documenting trials aimed to measure performance of Junk Rig set ups.
link
32 Arne Kverneland Junk Rig for Beginners
Explanation of the basics of the junk rig
link
33 Ash Woods JRA WEBSITE BEGINNERS? TOUR
A new member's tips and trick for JRA website.
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36 Paul Fay Final Decisions, Ti Gitu's new sails
link
50 Arne Kverneland 20120826 Westsail 32 text plus JR
Sailplans - with a little explanation added
link
51 Arne Kverneland 20130811 Fr?ken S?rensen, Sailplan with description
Sailplans - a Greif 650 Jollenkreuzer
link
53 Arne Kverneland 20140701 X99 w. 54.8sqm JR, 5 sheets
"Sailplans - the sail for Ketil Greve's ""Marie G"", based on master sail with AR=2.00"
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56 Arne Kverneland How to calculate Sail Area/Displacement ratio
How-To notes
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59 Arne Kverneland 20140111 Avoiding capsizing an offshore cruiser.
How-To notes: using the Capsize Ratio, made by the Cruising Club of America..
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61 Arne Kverneland 20160701 An easy to make tiller brake
How-To notes
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68 Arne Kverneland Arne Kverneland Letters
Other Technical Articles and Letters by Arne Kverneland
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70 Slieve McGalliard Slieve McGalliard, split rig article in PBO Nov 11
Split rig
link
81 Slieve McGalliard Copy of article from AYRS Catalyst no. 37
Thoughts on Cambered Panels and the Split Junk Rig
link
85 David Tyler Tystie's rig update, Dec 2009 to Jan 2010 rev1
link
88 JRA JRA-Fitting the unstayed mast rig to your boat
Junk Knowledge Archive
link
92 JRA JRA Fact Sheet 3
Sailing Information, Charter, Tuition:
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93 JRA JRA-Fact Sheet 4
Publications, Books ref. Junk Rig:
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95 JRA JRA-Fact Sheet 6
Sources of Technical Information
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96 JRA JRA-Fact Sheet 7
Newsletter Articles Index (updated 21 October 2009):
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97 JRA Original Kingfisher sailing instructions
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104 JRA North Atlantic 29 plans
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105 JRA North Atlantic 29 - Sail Mag 1971 - article
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107 JRA Cruising Articles Submitted by Members
Cruising
link
108 David Tyler Tystie, Tonga to New Zealand
Cruising
link
112 Cap'n Harry Freeman Saga Of A Nauti Sailor Chapter 1
Cruising
link
120 NEW ARTICLES - TO DO
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123 Bob Groves "The Loss of ""EasyGo"""
Forum Post: Article published in the Nov 2015 of Cruising World. Made available by Indigo Magazines, download here.
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124 Editor So what got you into sailing?
is a compilation of forum postings for which there was no room in issue 64 of the JRA magazine.
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1101 Dinghy Competition Results
link Magazine Issue 88 March 2022 Page: 3
1103 Graham Cox Conversation with David & Lynda Chidell (Tin Hau)
link Magazine Issue 88 March 2022 Page: 12
1113 Arne Kverneland Ingeborg's Outing No. 15 of 2021
sailing report
link Magazine Issue 88 March 2022 Page: 58
1116 Graham Cox Conversation with Paul Thompson
about boats and sail making
link Magazine Issue 87 October 2021 Page: 8
1125 Asmat Downey Bronwen's Arctic Adventure
cruising report
link Magazine Issue 87 October 2021 Page: 51
1127 Annual General Meeting Report
link Magazine Issue 87 October 2021 Page: 56
1132 Graham Cox A Conversation with Tony Brown
a life with Junk Rig Boats Miss Molly and Tapatya
link Magazine Issue 86 June 2021 Page: 12
1133 Annie Hill FanShi: A New Floating Home
concept, design and building of a Junk Rigged home
link Magazine Issue 86 June 2021 Page: 27
1169 Derek Pilgrim Before GPS part 1 – the Wayfinders
Historical perspective on how navigation was done before electronic navigation
link Page: 19
1181 Kevin Cardiff Sailing can be a Love/Hate Relationship
A members snippet, musing on the ups and downs of sailing and a passage on the Irish East coast
link Page: 27
1191 Shirley Carter Speedwell Arrives in Fiji
Pacific cruising from 3G to Lombok past Vanuatu and other exotic places
link Page: 37
1194 Roy Denton Spending a Penny - (Needn’t Cost an Arm and a Leg)
Designing and building a composting toilet
link Page: 43
1209 Jonathan Snodgrass Junkets at the Brixham Heritage Regatta – an overview from 2019 to 2022
The Brixham regatta format, organisation and the associated junkets
link Page: 49
1211 Lynda Chidell Kokachin is launched
Description of this DeForestier designed junk, owners Pete Hill and Linda Crew-Gee and its recent launch
link Page: 51
1226 Jim den Hartog Between Oceans - From Brazil to Panama
A two year period sailing Gaia from the Atlantic to the Pacific
link Page: 3
1228 Shirley Carter Speedwell on Lombok
Getting around in Indonesia
link Page: 16
1229 Derek Pilgrim Before GPS, part 2, The Measurers
Early compasses, logs, sounding lines, and equipment for measuring celestial elevation
link Page: 21
1231 Various members Weather Prediction Sites
A tour round some members' favourite weather sites
link Page: 35
1235 Jan Wolstenholme From Gunter to Junk
Converting a Westerly 22
link Page: 39
1236 Annie Hill Keeping the Halyard Quiet
Simple solution to noisy halyards
link Page: 40
1237 Mauro Pau The Refit of Shui Jen
Choosing, refitting, and sailing a Kingfisher 20+
link Page: 41
1239 Various members The Boatshed
Building continues on a Siblim, a HFJY34, Serchthrift (a Wylo II), Tapatya (a Benford Dory)
link Page: 50
1241 James Gray Minutes of a Special General Meeting
July 16th, 2022
link Page: 60
1242 James Gray Minutes of the 2022 Annual General Meeting
link Page: 62
1244 JRA Introduction to the Junk Rig, Part 1
Youtube video - introduces the development of the Junk rig sailing system, imported from East Asia for use on pleasure boats around the world. It is part one of a three part series, and features vide
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1247 Mike and Debbie Lyons Explaining the Junk Rig - a 39’ ketch
Lyon’s family discuss the sailing characteristics of Terrapin, their home built junk rig - YouTube video
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1248 JRA Introduction to the Junk Rig Part 3 - Know the Ropes
YouTube video explaining the ropes making up the rigging on a junk rig boat
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1249 JRA Introduction to the Junk Rig Part 4 - Sailing a Junk Rig Boat
YouTube video explaining how a junk rig sails, describing windward sailing, reaching, running, tacking and gybing
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1251 Graham Cox Jester, Blondie Hasler and Mike Richie - a junk rig boat and its sailors
The history of jester a junk rigged folkboat , its sailors and transatlantic journeys
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1252 JRA Traditional Sailing Junks of … California
In the 19th century many sailing junks were to be found serving the fishing industry of San Francisco Bay, Monterrey and Southern California
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1255 The Launch of Kokachin
YouTube video introducing the recently launched Deforestier junk Kokachin
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1259 JRA Junks that sailed the Pacific - interview with Hans Van Tilburg
YouTube video interview with author who profiled 10 junks that sailed from the Far East to the USA
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1264 JRA Junk rigged Kingfisher 26 on East Coast of Ireland
Sailing YouTube video of a Kingfisher 26, experimenting with use of a 360 camera
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1266 Paul McKay AeroJunk Folio
A detailed description of the AeroJunk rig and its implementation, including information on sail making and batten making
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1268 US Navy Junk Blue Book
US Navy catalogue and description of Vietnamese junk vessels, 1960s
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1270 JRA Junk Rigged Boat in the River Liffey
YouTube video - A Junk rigged boat participates in the annual Three Bridges cruise in the river Liffey, Dublin, Ireland
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1271 Story of a Traditional Sabani, courtesy Story of a Sabani
For many, many years Okinawan fishermen plied their trade using traditional wooden boats - Sabani. This is the story of building and launching one of these
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1273 JRA The Semaine du Golfe du Morbihan Junket
Notice of a junket to take place in context of a major French sailing festival in Brittany
link Page: 3
1275 Graeme Kenyon The Ill Fated Voyage of the Princess Taiping
Story of a double pacific crossing by a modern replica of a traditional southeast China junk and shipwreck
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1280 Various participants Russell Tall Ships event 2023
A junket within a major boating festival, including mini-stories from various boats - Renate Christ/Taiko Gordon Gregg/Shoestring Roger Scott/Tystie David Webb/Gypsy Rose Annie Hill/Fanshi Alan Marti
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1281 Various JRA members and friends Russell Tall Ships - Photos from the Boats
Photos from the junket taking place in conjunction with a major New Zealand boating festival
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1282 David Omick Minimus II - Final Sea Trials
Continuation of the story of the build of a junk rigged catamaran
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1284 Jan Wolstenholme The Boat Shed
continued regular feature on boat builds in train, including Alan Mulholland/Wave Rover, Siblim Siblings/Robert Hegarty and Frank Schapitz, Chris Phillips/Serchthrift, Frederik Roelf Elslo HFJY34; Rae
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1286 Annie Hill Must Read - Review of "For the Love of Sauntress" by Martin O'Scanall
Book Review
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1289 Shemaya Laurel; Debbie Lyons Two Fall Junkets
Invitation to two forthcoming junkets in New England and Chesapeake
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1290 Shirley Carter Speedwell in Malaysia
Continuation of the story of the build of a junk rig Vertue sailing in far flung places Kudat, Banggi, Mitford, Puerta Princesa, Balabamgan
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1291 Annie Hill Must Read - Bill King
Book Review of the book "Capsize" about King's circumnavigation attempt
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1292 Pete Hill; Linda Crew-Gee Building Kokachin
Story of the build and launch of this deForestier Jonque de Plaisance
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1293 Derek Pilgrim Before GPS, Part 3
Continued series on history of navigation
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1294 Johnny Shorten Another Unsung Hero
Article about Bill King and efforts to commemorate him from Commodore of the Galway Bay Sailing Club
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1296 Graham Cox Commander William Donald Aelian "Bill" King
Reprint of a 2013 article on the life of this sailor
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1297 Michael Steemson Newspaper cuttings regarding Bill King
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1298 Corsair to the Rescue
Two articles from sailing magazines regarding the rescue of Bill King by the yacht Corsair etc
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1300 The Quanzhou Ship
Article about an archaeologically rediscovered Song Dynasty ship
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1301 Kevin Cardiff Morbihan, What a Junket
Description of the Semaine du Golfe du Morbihan festival and the junket that took place there
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1302 Jeff Middleton Brixham - 2023
The Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta and the Junk Rigged Participants
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1304 Dave Leet Nomad, a Post Pandemic Update
An update on the travels of the Junk Rigged yacht Nomad over the COVID period and after. Martinique, Suriname, Carriacou
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1305 Monika Massey Glacier Gem - the start of a great adventure
The author and husband Nick start their circumnavigation adventure in self-built steel yacht. From the Great Lakes to Florida, Mexico, the Carribean, Central America
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1308 Secretary's Report for the AGM Meeting 2023
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1311 JRA Kokachin's Voyages
YouTube video of the voyage from Europe to the Caribbean of this deForestier junk
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1316 JRA Newbridge Coromandel Siskin Sailing
YouTube video of a Coromandel in the Netherlands sailing in blustery conditions
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1317 JRA Junk Rig boats in West of France
YouTube video - Descriptions and images of junk rigged boats in the western regions of France, including images of Lakatao, Grand Pha, Ming Ming, Circé, Yellow Rock, Pa Yeng, Tourne Lune, Paradox, Chi
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1318 Pete Hill Sailing Kokachin
DeForestier Junk, jonque de plaisance, built from hull up and sailing characteristics
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1319 various correspondents Chinese lugsall discussed in 1876
English Mechanic and World of Science discussion of the characteristics of a Chinese lugsail
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1321 Shirley Carter Speedwell in the Philippines
Continued voyages in the pacific by a small junk rig boat. Malanao; Puerto Princesa; Honda Bay; Typhoon Betty
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1323 Elise and Bruno Gouget and JRA Circumnavigation Medal
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1325 Patrick LeBlanc La Semaine Du Golfe 2023 - a Personal Experience
sailing in the Semaine du Golfe festival, events and lessons learned; in company with MingMing, Circé,
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1326 Annie Hill Enduring Cyclone Gabrielle
Sitting out a strorm in Weiti River, New Zealand, anchor and other issues
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1327 Derek Pilgrim Before GPS Part 4
Continuation of series - Radio Aids to Navigation
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1328 Graeme Kenyon Cocachin Sequel
Story of traditional junk replica built for Silk Route simulation and its less than good outcome
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1329 Monika Massey Glacier Gem
Continued cruise of self-built steel yacht; Florida; Okeechobee; Bahamas
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1331 Jim den Hartog with Helen den Dekker Panama to Galapagos
Gaia cruise continues; Panama; Pearl Islands, Puerto Armuelles etc; Costa Rica
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1332 Jan Wolstenholme The Boatshed
JR boats under construction; Tapatya; Wave Rover; Balkan Shipyards; Serchthrift Sibling
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1335 How to Tie a Pile Hitch
knot
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1339 David Chidell The Chinese Solution - the Anchor Cat
Using Cats at the bow to improve anchoring
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1340 Shirley Carter Speedwell in the Philippines
Continuing the voyage of this sailor - Puerto Princesa, Honda Bay, Verde Islands, Araceli, Coron Island and more
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1343 Jim den Hartog and Helen den Dekker Onward to Galapagos
Cruising Report and essay on interesting islands of Galapagos
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1344 Pete Hill and Linda Crew-Gee Power Fin Sculling
A new type of scull based on work of Atsushi Doi - alternative means of propulsion of dinghy
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1345 Monika Massey Glacier Gem in Cartagena
Continuing voyages of this vessel, for this article in Colombia
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1347 Derek Pilgrim Seven Bad Days on the British Coast
Historical discussion of bad storms and other coastal events
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1350 Graeme Kenyon Golden Lotus
Rediscovery of this famous boat, now in poor condition on land
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