Organization of Shipwrights
Thess are relevant references from the Books where the Organization of Shipwrights is mentioned.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
The next item on the agenda dealt with the demand of the pulley-makers to receive the same wage per Ahn as the oar-makers. I voted for this measure, but it did not pass.
A Captain next to me snorted, "Give the pulley-makers the wage of oar-makers, and sawyers will want the wages of carpenters, and carpenters of shipwrights!"
. . .
The wages of a sail-maker, incidentally, are four copper tarn disks per day, those of a fine shipwright, hired by the Council of Captains, as much as a golden tarn disk per day.
Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page 134
"Some," he said. "Have you heard of Tersites, of Port Kat?" "I have heard of him," I said. "He disappeared, years ago. He was a shipwright, eccentric and unreliable, driven from Port Kar. It is said he is lame, half-blind, and mad. It is said he is at war with Thassa and would challenge her."
Smugglers of Gor Book 32 Page 146
"There is a man called Tersites," she said, "a master shipwright, he is supposedly determined."
Smugglers of Gor Book 32 Page 458