Although the first black screen says this video is not available, click on that and it will come up anyway. Such is technology.Here is a Grand Banks motorized fishing schooner built in 1938 with a tour and explanation. There are two interesting points: briefly the captain explains that the after deck is raised above the fore deck with the great beam so that water coming aboard forward washing aft hits the bream face and is directed outwards to the scuppers so that it does not wash over the aft and wheel area.
Secondly and of more interest is coverage of the winch and windlass starting about 18 minutes into the video with very clear views and angles of those components which are viewed from both starboard and port sides along with a view between the engine housing and engagement with the winch assembly. Worth noting carefully for those trying to build their own winch/windlass.
Not the Bluenose but worth watching even with a slow paced and seemingly rambling explanations.