“Talking Sailing” From My Archives. Dalling Gets More Nervous Every Day

by Richard Crockett

“I am a bit more nervous every day and will be more than relieved to get to the starting line” he said in Plymouth.

Since Voortrekker arrived at Plymouth nearly a month ago, Dalling and his. companions, have worked from eight to 12 hours a day preparing for the race. “I do not expect people at home to realize the amount of preparation which this race has entailed,” said Dalling. “I doubt whether there is any boat in the race, into which so much preparation and detail has gone. Nothing has been forgotten or left undone.”

ENJOY READING MORE HERE:  1968 05 28 – Star – Bruce Dalling Archives – S&A – 002363 – Redacted – OCR

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