Jul. 03, 1966 - 3-7-66 The first two handed round-Britain sailing race. Competitors set off from Plymouth. Out from Plymouth yesterday sailed 16 vessels bound on a 2,000-mile trip around Britain. They set off in the first two-handed Round Britain Sailing Race for a trophy and a prize of £1,000. Some of the boats have been specially designed for this particular race. Photo Shows: The yacht Sumner (No. 5) one of the specially designed boats with an elongated hump on the deck, seen as it moves out from Plymouth at the start of the race yesterday. It is being crowed by its owner, Lieut. Col

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Jul. 03, 1966 - 3-7-66 The first two handed round-Britain sailing race. Competitors set off from Plymouth. Out from Plymouth yesterday sailed 16 vessels bound on a 2,000-mile trip around Britain. They set off in the first two-handed Round Britain Sailing Race for a trophy and a prize of £1,000. Some of the boats have been specially designed for this particular race. Photo Shows: The yacht Sumner (No. 5) one of the specially designed boats with an elongated hump on the deck, seen as it moves out from Plymouth at the start of the race yesterday. It is being crowed by its owner, Lieut. Col
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Jul. 03, 1966 - 3-7-66 The first two handed round-Britain sailing race. Competitors set off from Plymouth – Out from Plymouth yesterday sailed 16 vessels bound on a 2,000-mile trip around Britain. They set off in the first two-handed Round Britain Sailing Race for a trophy and a prize of £1,000. Some of the boats have been specially designed for this particular race. Photo Shows: The yacht “Sumner” (No. 5) one of the specially designed boats with an elongated hump on the deck, seen as it moves out from Plymouth at the start of the race yesterday. It is being crowed by its owner, Lieut. Col. “Blondie” Hasler, veteran of solo transatlantic crossings and his wife. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)