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Hylas M44

The waters around New Zealand are in the crosshairs of the hellacious Roaring Forties, so its native craft have to be tough. And many are, including the model that became Hylas’ M44—the Corsair 44. Conceived by designer Dean Salthouse, the Corsair 44 has been successful in the island nation as a cruiser, patrol boat and

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