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Blue Water Medal of the Cruising Club of America

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Blue Water Medal of the Cruising Club of America, engraved "Sir Francis Chichester, who single-handed sailed his light displacement ketch Gipsy Moth IV around the World from west to east by way of the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Horn, stopping only at Sydney, Australia; departed Plymouth, England August 27th 1966 arrived Sydney, Australia December 12th 1966 ... departed Sydney January 29th 1967, arrived Plymouth May 28th, 1967". 7 1/2in. square.

ID:  2341

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