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John Scott Hughes (1893–1960)

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John Scott-Hughes, was born in 1893 and served before the mast in the Merchant Navy before becoming a master mariner in his thirties. He wrote a number of books on seamanship and his sailing experiences which have become classics and are still relevant some 80 years later. In 1933 he was appointed the Yachting Correspondent of The Times, remaining in his post, barring his Second World War years as a Lieutenant Commander RNVR.
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