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In Conversation with Tristan Walker-Hutt

by Mark Jardine 2 Jul 06:46 PDT
Tristan Walker-Hutt © Mark Jardine

Back in January 2019 we published the 'Budget Ultra-High Performance Sailing' article about the International 14 Fawkes, which Tristan Walker-Hutt and Tom Clayton had renovated on a very tight budget.

During lockdown Tristan has been busy starting up 'East Coast Kit', selling a safety knife, as well as renovating his house!

We talked about his new projects and how sailing is coming out of lockdown with people getting out on the water with renewed vigour and enthusiasm.

Find out more...

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