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In conversation with Jon Partridge

by Mark Jardine 19 Mar 09:00 PDT
Jon Partridge (right) at the Sydney SailGP © RS Sailing

From Swallows & Amazons style sailing on the Norfolk Broads to become the co-Managing Director of RS Sailing, Jon Partridge has risen through the ranks and is deeply passionate about sailing, and in particular the RS Feva class.

Mark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com talked to Jon to find out more...

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