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A time for reminiscing

Tis the time for reflection, reminiscing, re-evaluating and many other words beginning with ‘re’, but not the ‘s’ word (although one hopes by the time this hits the newsstands, sailing will have resumed, but I doubt it).

It is self-evident that classic boating can only exist if there are enough classic sailors – a fact recognised by a now-defunct sister magazine, which it would be ungenerous not to reference. For

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