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An interesting viewpoint

Superflid

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Good to see it gives support for long distance single-handed sailing, slightly worrying to think that there is even consideration being given to stopping it!

It would have been nice to spell Ellen MacArthur's name correctly! /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif
 

JasB

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Two mentioned who object to single handed racing...this 'rains on their parade'
[ QUOTE ]
The view of high authority outside the world of sailing would seem to endorse
the proposed ISAF policy: Francis Chichester, Alex Rose, Robin Knox-
Johnson, Chay Blyth were all knighted, and Naomi James was made a Dame
by the HM Queen Elizabeth following single-handed trans-oceanic voyages.

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