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Across The Seven Seas
Description: A Voyage of the Yankee brigantine sailing ship around the world crewed by students.
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Clip #: TFA-354B
Length: 25:40
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: World
Subject: Boats
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1960s, Colonel John D. Craig, Bob Stevenson, model of Brigantine Yankee, real Brigantine Yankee underway on voyage around the world with crew of students, students climbing mast, Irving Johnson serving as skipper and supervising student helmsman at wheel, Yankee passing through Panama Canal, female student wearing swimsuit washing laundry and hanging up to dry on rigging, male and female students dressed in swimsuits dumping buckets of water at each other, skipper on the yard, Yankee headed out on Pacific Ocean to Galápagos Islands, Yankee anchored at South Bay, expedition members going ashore and walking on beach, mother seal with baby, Galápagos tortoise, chain with hook attached being used to pull shark out of water, students catching tortoises, penguins aboard ship, pod of sperm whales, male students harpooning whales from motorboat, whale pulling and ramming boat before giving up and being hauled back onto ship, Pitcairn Islands, descendants of Mutiny on the Bounty crew, tender being rowed to shore through turbulent surf and back to moored Yankee, Cormorants, diver holding speargun swimming underwater with schools of fish, seal chasing fish, Yankee on way to Tahiti, helmsman at wheel, male student using navigation equipment, female student painting deck, man pulling rope attached to bucket out of sea and dumping water on his head, male and female students riding bosun's chair through water, breakers near shore, breaking waves, outrigger, Samoan village, woman making poi, Samoan chief displaying handmade wedding mat, students sitting inside hut with chief who drinks kava, Samoan women demonstrating different types of hula dancing while man plays guitar, Hawaiian type hula, Tahitian hula, porpoises jumping out of water alongside Yankee continuing westward, male and female students working on rigging and raising sails, Solomon Islands, men wearing traditional dress of grass skirts and headdresses performing tribal dance, New Guinea, crew headed inland to Chimbu Province driving jeep on highway built by hand by indigenous people, Sing-Sing, indigenous men wearing traditional dress, headdresses, nose piercings and body paint dancing, crew celebrating Christmas on board Yankee opening gifts and having Christmas dinner, sunset from deck, Thailand, Bangkok, Khlongs, canals, floating market, female temple dancers in traditional dress and headdresses putting on performance, Bali, rice paddy, rice paddies, male Balinese dancer portraying woman in traditional dance accompanied by gamelan orchestra, Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro, wild animals including giraffe and zebras running on the belt, male students going aloft on Yankee and setting sails on way home to Gloucester, marching band and crowds of people lined up on dock waiting to greet Yankee as it returns home, safety rules for powerboating, motorboating, woman packing life preserver and fire extinguisher on motorboat before she starts up motorboat, motorboat overloaded with too many people who are sitting in precarious positions, woman driving motorboat giving hand signal to indicate that water skier has fallen into water, woman paddling motorboat with engine failure

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