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Nautical Publishing. London. 1980. 1st Edition. On the afternoon of Saturday 11 August 1979, 303 sailing boats with 2700 men and women on board set off in ideal conditions from Cowes, Isle of White for the biennial Fastnet yacht race. Seventy-two hours later fifteen amateur sailors were dead from drowning or hypothermia, several boats were sunk, more than a score had been abandoned and a huge air-sea resue operation was underway. How was it that the 605 mile Fastnet Race, held since 1925, should turn into a national and international disaster? - here the author explains why. Mylar protected dust jacket over black cloth covered end boards. Fine condition. 287pp 230 x 150 mm