Nothing like seeing a square-rigger hove over the horizon and ask if you’d like a tow! If you missed it, this is a great story about a sailboat given a tow off the French coast by Götheborg, a reproduction of an 18th century sailing ship.
“Imagine losing your rudder out at sea and sending out a distress call. And then the largest ocean-going wooden sailing ship in the world comes to your rescue. Or in the words of the sailors on the sailing boat: “This moment was very strange, and we wondered if we were dreaming. Where were we? What time period was it?”