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Midsummer – Trials and tribulations

The schooner Midsummer nearing completion of her restoration with work ongoing in Mombasa with the

Charles Nicholson and Two Very Important Ladies

In July 1931 Mme. Virginie Heriot (owner of the three masted schooner Ailèe of 490 tons Thames measurement) challenged

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