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A century of skiffs and schooners : the story of Middle Harbour 16ft. Skiff Sailing Club 1902-2002 / [edited by John McNally ; researched & collated by Don Audsley]
Bib ID 1519487
Format BookBook
Description Mosman, N.S.W. : Middle Harbour 16ft. Skiff Sailing Club , 2001 
154 p. : ill., ports. ; 21 x 30 cm. 
ISBN 0957943504
Subjects Middle Harbour 16ft. Skiff Sailing Club -- History.  |  Schooners -- New South Wales -- Middle Harbour.  |  Skiffs -- New South Wales -- Middle Harbour.  |  Sailing -- New South Wales -- Middle Harbour -- History.  |  Sailing Clubs -- New South Wales -- Middle Harbour -- History.
Other authors/contributors McNally, John  |  Audsley, Don  |  Middle Harbour 16ft. Skiff Sailing Club
Available From Middle Harbour 16ft. Skiff Sailing Club, Spit Road, MOSMAN NSW 2088 

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