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Simon Maguire gives an insight into the Exocet Moth

by Wessex Resins & Adhesives 30 Sep 14:30 BST
David Johnson talks to Simon Maguire (right) at the Southampton International Boat Show 2019 © Mark Jardine

Simon Maguire, owner Maguire Boats, giving a unique insight into the design of the lightweight, multiple title winning, Exocet Moth as he talks with David Johnson at Southampton International Boat Show 2019.

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