See the extent of damage to Salperton's mast as she arrived in English Harbour
Photos courtesy of Claire Matches.
The 44-metre superyacht Salperton was dismasted on Saturday, 22 January 2011, whilst sailing off the coast of Guadeloupe in light conditions. Read previous story here.
Nobody was hurt and the yacht made it into port safely. These images (above) show the extent of the damage as the yacht arrived in English Harbour, Antigua.
Paul MacDonald (left) from Southern Spas who built the mast, and Tom Hutchinson (right) of Future Fibres, responsible for its rigging, both travelled to Antigua to inspect the damage.
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