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This is a print from a picture of Britannia taken at Falmouth in 1927.Sadly, Britannia came third on the first day's racing and retired on the second.Britannia was owned and sailed by HM King George, and was destroyed after his death.The print is A4 in size and is sold ready for framing in a mount fitting a standard 30 x 40 cm frame. 

 

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This is Lulworth, owned by Sir Mortimer Singer, sailing off Falmouth as part of the 1927 races. Sadly Lulworth came 4th of 4 in the first race. Her position in the second race hasn't been recorded but as Britannia did not finish, it must have been 3rd or higher.

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This is Britannia, moored off Falmouth in 1927.

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Shamrock racing off Falmouth, where she came second in 1927.

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This is Lulworth racing in Falmouth Bay, with Pendennis Castle on the headland in the background.

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Britannia under full sail during her visit to Cornwall.

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Lulworth returning from racing.

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This is Westward, probably the fastest J class of its time. Built in 1910, from 1924 to 1947 she was owned by T.B. Davies, an ex sailor who had worked his way up through the ranks. She was the closest competitor to the King's yacht Britannia, and when Britannia was withdrawn from racing by the King, Mr Davies also stopped racing Westward. After Mr Davies death, Westward was sunk close to Britannia.

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