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04-12-2006 01:26 AM
nolatom Those 3 are still around. Google j class yachts, much good info there.
04-11-2006 10:53 AM
the J class yachts

I've been reading a great book called Enterprise to Endeavour by Ian Dear.
It is a really good book and I hope that some of you read it.

does anyone know how many of the yachts are left?

I think that Shamrock IV, Velsheda and Endeavour still exist but I don't know of any others that do.

Is there a good website for research on the j class yachts?

I haven't been able to find much about them but maybe someone else knows?

thank you so much!

this may become a school project

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