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Plans postponed

In November 2012 I fell in love all over again. As a lifelong dinghy sailor, I knew the day would come when I needed some lead in a keel to help me get around. I wanted to explore, anchor off beautiful bays, and meet the locals.

I read your review of the RM1260 oceangoing cruiser, ‘lighter than glassfibre, stronger than steel and wood’,

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