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Rare colour film of 1967 Admiral's Cup discovered in Whitstable Yacht Club archives

by Whitstable Yacht Club 15 May 2020 12:26 BST
Caprice of Huon at the 67 Admiral's Cup © CYCA

Rare documentary footage of the 1967 Admiral's Cup has been discovered in the archives at Whitstable Yacht Club. It is in colour too!

The club believes that this was a film that was sent to select yacht clubs by the event sponsor, to be shown to members - Whitstable must have been lucky enough to receive a copy and have kept it safe all these years.

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