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Taking it all with you

There’s something of a classic air to this issue, what with Adam Cort’s ode to the one-design-slash-daysailer evolution over the last century, Charlie Doane’s look at a new event inspired by the Golden Globe race, a tribute to New England sailing hero Howard Blackburn and a coincidental mention by Don Casey of the great

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