Posted 20th February, 2014; written by Jamieanne Comyn

Sailing is a special kind of freedom...

Sailing is a special kind of freedom...

Being on the water is for many very centring (including myself), peaceful and yet energising, confronting and demanding in an affirming way.

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Posted 20th February, 2014; written by Jamieanne Comyn

Welcome

Welcome

The Welcome. The day began with warm glorious sunshine, wind and the promise of an amazing event...

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Posted 20th February, 2014; written by Jamieanne Comyn

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction: Well, the day had finally arrived. Three Dutch Tall ships were in South Australian waters.

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Posted 20th February, 2014; written by Jamieanne Comyn

Dedication

Dedication

This book is dedicated to ...

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Posted 20th February, 2014; written by Jamieanne Comyn

A Series of Articles

A Series of Articles

Ok... I've written a few articles (at least 3 for now) and to put them into context they are based on text from a book I am currently putting together pertaining to the Tall Ship Festival that occurred in Port Adelaide in August and September 2013.

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