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Archive for the ‘Zaca’ Category

Nora on the Zaca!

23 Jan

Thanks so much Rory Flynn …

— David DeWitt

 

Mail Bag! Closer look at Robert de Cantelar’s Zaca Model!

22 Oct

Some closeups of the wood Robert de Cantelar’s Zaca Model is made of. It was made from wood taken from the Main Boom of the original Zaca …

Thanks, Robert!

— David DeWitt

 

Zaca Haul Out, Exterior and Interior of Abandoned Zaca!

22 Oct

Here is a series of extraordinary photos taken of the abandoned Zaca sitting in the port of Villafrance by our correspondent Robert de Calendar:

State of the bow:

Details of Deck:

Details at Stern:

Bridge and Superstructure:

Interior:

We thank Robert so much for these special photos, and remember, if you are interested in the bollard from the Zaca, you can contact Robert via the blog at zacapublishing at gmail dot com …

— David DeWitt

 

Lucinda Hollingsworth, Zaca, Spain, 1958!

04 Sep

— David DeWitt

 

Rita on the Zaca

24 Nov

PHOTO FROM “NOVEMBER 23, 1946”

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P.S. Rita turned 100 this year! Thank you, Rita, for all the beauty, talent, joy and love you brought the world!

— Gentleman Tim

 

Patch Yourself Up with Zaca

02 Oct

www.vbhotdeals.com…

Or buy a six-pack …

 

— Gentleman Tim

 

Some nice Zaca Photos! Errol with Pat Wymore …

23 Aug

— David DeWitt

 

Captain Errol’s Cabin

16 Aug

Dine In Like Flynn. In The Zaca, In Captain Errol’s Cabin.

Auf einen Drink in der Kajüte von Errol Flynn


[You can click at article’s bottom for English.]

— Gentleman Tim

 

The Fourth of July Cove

04 Jul

In, Over, Under, and Over, One of Flynn’s Favorite Hideaways: Fourth of July Cove

Fourth of July Fireworks over The Fourth of July Cove, to the music of John Philip Sousa, plus a musical tribute to the Armed Forces.

— Gentleman Tim

 

Happy Easterrol!

01 Apr

Dear fellow Flynn fans,

I raise my grail and wish you and your loved ones a Happy Easter holiday with a sip of rhum, which must have been conceived by a thirsty Flynnthusiast somewhere in Holland.

The label is named after Errol’s original hideaway in Jamaica and even depicts his beloved Zaca. Its scent and taste is ripe with plumes, almonds and coffee beans. You can mix it with Coke, inject it in oranges and it’s said to cure everything from scurvy to a clear head.

Cheers mates,

— shangheinz