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Business plan for boat moorings and maintenance at Faversham Creek would be in surplus after four years

A business plan examining the financial feasibility of developing repair and maintenance of traditional vessels in Faversham Creek has concluded that a net present value of £560k could be achieved over 15 years after including all costs. The project would … Continue reading

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How sailing barge Edith May won her class in the Swale Barge Match

  ‘With both staysail classes starting together, it was quite congested but Edith May found herself at the front of the pack charging to the line at the Sand End buoy. With official stop watch operator Clare Curling counting down … Continue reading

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The Kentish Sail Association’s Swale Match 2013 – part 2

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