C. N. DAVIES author of New Boat for Old E. J. Duplessis authority on fibre and plastic hull construction
Capt. M. McMULLEN, R.N. owner of Fidget, built in 1894 P. CAVE-BIGLEY expert on ropes and rigging ELIZABETH WARINCTON-SMYTH member of the Royal Cruising Club discuss the problems of maintenance and fitting out Introduced by Commander GEORGE VILLIERS, R.N.
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