A1+ Crew

Rustie has cruised with me on my Cape Cutter and Beneteaus and has been seen on the odd Windsurfer

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He is particularly useful upwind as he picks up wind shifts with his whiskers. Want to make friends? He enjoys a well barbecued sausage

 

 

 

My “cv”? FD’s, 5o5’s, Int14’s and windsurfers.

My photo of the Ambrose Light was taken When I was crewing on a Palmer Johnson 41 called Circe.

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The Ambrose Light; the start/finish mark for so many Trans-Atlantic record attempts; is no more.

Circe was on her way to Manhasset YC on Long Island Sound after winning her class in the 1976 Bermuda Race.   4B9FE631-81EC-4005-BC44-2C0ABF11C0ED   .

 

My second crew rows with the Mortlake Anglian & Alpha Boat Club on the Thames: where the University Boat Race crews come  ashore. F357040E-7B06-496C-8478-A8F7685E4C7F

 

 

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