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Mystery Yacht: March 2019

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Malcolm John Wood

Think you've got what it takes to identify our Mystery Yacht? This year, SYT's revered in-house yacht historian and archivist, Malcolm Wood is testing your yacht-spotting knowledge to the limit in a series featuring historic yachts selected from his archives that were rarely mentioned or photographed in their day.

Mystery Yacht March Photo: Malcolm Wood Yachting ArchiveThis month’s Mystery Yacht comes with two clues: she was a vessel built in the 19th century and measured over 100 metres in length. 

To let us know what you think the answer is, find us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, and get in touch using the hashtag #mysteryyacht or email [email protected]

Malcolm's latest history feature discussing Maxim des Mers - a luxury commercial yacht which was a sea-going version of the world-famous Maxim's restaurant in Paris - can be found in the March/April issue of The SuperYacht Times newspaper. Exclusively available via subscription, get your copy here. 

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