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Jess Lloyd-Mostyn

‘This is as good a time as any to address the elephant in the room, or perhaps more of a kraken’

A good sailor quickly learns to accept a certain amount of flexibility in his plans. We are forever at the mercy of the weather, storm seasons, cruising rules and regulations and once you begin cruising you discover that your own agendas will always come second to these larger forces.

However, not even the wisest of old salts could have

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