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Spirit of Falmouth

Spirit of Falmouth

This image was taken as she entered Cattewater in Plymouth. Originally built in late 1984, the SPIRIT OF FALMOUTH was used by youth groups under supervision to take disadvantaged children and young adults on sailing trips. In 1994 she changed names from SPIRIT OF MERSEYSIDE to SPIRIT OF SCOTLAND. Through these transitions she has covered many trips around the British Isles. As SPIRIT OF SCOTLAND she was used to take children from inner cities on outdoor pursuits until 2002 when she became SPIRIT OF FAIRBRIDGE where she again had a role of taking disadvantaged youths on excursions around the British Isles. As of late 2014 the boat was renamed the SPIRIT OF FALMOUTH and was donated to the charity, Turn to Starboard, where she currently resides.

Chris Day

Image size: 3728 x 5600, 18.57Mb | Camera details: NIKON D500 | Date uploaded: 19/09/2019

Chris Day | Spirit of Falmouth
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