Vlog 54: Jiggity Jig

Here’s my final leg of the First Great Round Trip, taking me back from just outside Braunston to Yelvertoft marina where I began.

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  1. The unusual widebeam was originally intended to be a South Sea Islands outrigger yacht. It was built at the Warwickshire Fly Boat Co., Stockton. The first owner intended to take it to the coats and get a mast and the outriggers fitted. However he sold it to the current owners who use it to C.C. Never had the mast or outriggers fitted, never made it to the sea either.

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