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Old 11th July 2017, 18:19
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The History of Sea Colleges (site link)

Not all of it, but this is a very interesting site.

http://www.rakaia.co.uk/sea-schools.html
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Thank you -- as an "Old Worcester" going through the propsectus brought back many memories.
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Some interesting stories and photos on site especially Otaio voyage through hurricane in 1959
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Where is the entry for Warsash???


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Howard, I don't think it pretends to be comprehensive, but I found some interesting stuff on there.
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