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April 22, 2008

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tillerman

GM4 was indeed moved from Greenwich. Moved rather a long way in fact!

After an expensive restoration she did another circumnavigation in 2005-2007 - this time crewed by disadvantaged kids. I believe that she is now at the UKSA in Cowes.

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