Category Archives: Britannia

Britannia heading for her Watery Grave

During the production of G.L. Watson – The Art and Science of Yacht Design, we remained slaves to our maxim of never using a previously published image if at all possible. It was very hard work, but we always knew … Continue reading

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G.L. Watson – The Art and Science of Yacht Design

Peggy Bawn, the fine 19th Century yacht that acted as the catalyst for author Martin Black to honour many years of research – resulting in the exquisite book, G.L. Watson – The Art and Science of Yacht Design – is … Continue reading

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