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Top 6 pictures from Panerai British Classic Week

Top 6 pictures from Panerai British Classic Week

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The pedigree

Many of the yachts on the starting line boasted a strong racing pedigree, such as the 14.6 metre William Fife yacht Saskia (pictured above).

Built in 1931, she won the Seawanhaka Cup in New York as part of her debut season and has since gone on to compete in the 1936 Olympics and win races in Britain and Australia.

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