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Kite Tender sailing The Solent, Cowes, Isle of Wight

by Peter Renssen on 28 Aug 2014
Tom Court
Check out this amazing new video by Tom Court.

'After speaking with Peter Renssen, the brains behind the Kite Tender project a few months ago and talking about the great sailing around the Isle of Wight and Cowes week, he threw the boat on the roof of his car and drove from Holland to my home spot on the IOW,' from Tom Court's Youtube.









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