Organization of Sail Makers
These are relevant references from the Books where the Organization of Sail Makers is mentioned.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
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The next matter for consideration was the negotiation of a dispute between the sail-makers and the rope-makers in the arsenal with respect to priority in the annual Procession to the Sea, which takes place on the first of En'Kara, the Gorean New Year. There had been a riot this year. It was resolved that henceforth both groups would walk abreast. I smiled to myself. I expected there would be a riot next year as well.
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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.
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The organizations, such as the sail-makers, almost guildlike, not castes, have dues, and these dues tend to be supplied to a number of purposes, such as support of those injured or their families, loans, payments when men are out of work, and pensions. The organizations have also, upon occasion, functioned as collective bargaining agencies. I suspected that the sail-makers would, threatening desertion of the arsenal, this year or the next obtain their desired increase in wages.
Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages 134 - 135
Carpenters were here, and sawyers, rope weavers, sail makers, fitters, riggers, and smiths.
Smugglers of Gor Book 32 Page 163
The arsenal is close by, not even a pasang away. Perhaps she waits for some sawyer or sail maker.
Quarry of Gor Book 35 Page 188