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The Top 10 Biggest Sailing Stories of 2019: Part 1

by Andy Rice 13 Dec 2019 00:00 PST
Andy Rice and Mark Jardine discuss the biggest sailing stories of 2019 © Mark Jardine

Following on from last year's round-up of the Top 10 big stories in the sailing world, Mark Jardine shares the most-read stories in 2019 from Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com.

Mark and Andy Rice look at the stories from 10 up to 6, and there are quite a few surprises and interlopers in this elite group of stories...

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