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The reluctant sailor

If you can't beat them, join them!

That's what I said when I met this bloke back in Uni, who was very keen on sailing. So keen, in fact, that he would devote pretty much every weekend to it. I joined him: we bought an Enterprise and began to sail the circuit. It was often cold, frequently scary and occasionally wonderful - but at least I got to see more of him.

Fifteen years, two kids and a lot of grovelling later he has now talked me into buying a yacht with his parents. It is a Dehler 38, which he uses for racing and business trips, my in-laws use for racing and getting away from it all, and I… avoid as much as possible.

But with family, friends and business colleagues all keen to try our new acquisition, my husband has been spending more time on the boat than I originally expected and I've been getting a strange feeling of déjà vu.

So, reluctantly, I'm off sailing again. Here's the story so far.

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