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Everyone: I was lucky enough to get down to San Diego and enjoy the Star of India Birthday sail that the Maritime museum of San Diego organized. Sailed on the Californian on the Saturday and the San Salvador on Sunday and got to see the museum fleet under full sail. I have attached a few pictures from the sail. It was a amazing 2 days and it was great to see the Star of India finally under full sail after a break of 5 years.. 

 

What more can be said.. the pictures speak for themselves!

 

Mike Draper

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