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It’s true, I like small boats

cannot tell a lie (or to put it another way, I can but have never been much good at it); truth is, I like small boats best. And in order to discover your favourite subject, the test for readers is simple: to what do you turn first? Or more to the point, what do you leave to savour last? Tall ships, the restoration of a Robert Clark 60ft cruising yacht, or maybe

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