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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 modern classics

It’s not just historic vessels that are allowed to race at Panerai British Classic Week, however, with the Modern Classics category allowing some of the best modern classic yachts launched in recent years to compete as well.

Helen of Durgan (pictured above) is one such yacht, launched in 2003 by Spirit Yachts. Her bright blue hull measures 14.2 metres overall and her bold colouring sets her apart from the rest of the models in the Spirit 46 range.

The Suffolk-based yard, which revealed designs for a 33.5 metre Spirit 110 yacht last year, was also represented at the regatta by the 11.3 metre Strega and the 15.9 metre Flight of Ufford.

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