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Safety and Sense

The loss of Team Scallywag crewman John Fisher in the Southern Ocean during the Volvo Ocean Race (see page 18) was yet another tragic reminder, if one were needed, of the unforgiving nature of the sea and the dangers inherent in top-level ocean racing, a game of calculated risks whose dramas are

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