Seahorse Sailor of the month: Paul Brotherton & Mark Asquith
MUSTO sponsors a ‘sailor of the month’ competition column in Seahorse magazine, and we thought we’d share the results with you. Every month we give away an Evolution Soft Shell Jacket incorporating style, performance and fleece lined GORE-TEX® fabric technology to the lucky winners.
July’s winners are Paul Brotherton and Mark Asquith (GBR).
John Corson (SCO)
A widely celebrated win for this 80-year-old skipper in the Scottish Series and another notch on the IRC pole for his designer, the often underrated John Corby, whose stiff designs are not only fast but are also relatively easy to sail fast. Corson is a hugely keen supporter of Clyde racing and turns out for events from January to December. Many of the crew on his Corby 33 have also been with him for some 20 years.
Dona Bertarelli (SUI)
This one will have been popular too, especially around the friendly rooms of the Société Nautique de Genève, plus the trophy will fill a small space. Among those defeated by the other competitive Bertarelli were by Pascal Bidégorry in 2nd, two hours behind, and Dona’s D35 also held off a strong challenge by two super-light M2 cats.
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