National Geographic : 1950 Mar
A Sailors, Using Hands and Feet, Ride a Windlass with All Their Weight To bring up the trawl warp, every man but the cap tain and Diesel engineer grabs a handle. Women untie 30-pound stone sinkers. Kwong Chau's broad windlass stretches almost across the deck. J. Charles Tholli)pson + Wings of the Trawl Are Wound on the Capstan Drumhead All deck tasks must be done by hand. The men prefer battered felt hats to fishermen's standard straws, which they relegate to the women (background). Their capstan is of occidental design.