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On the fourth night aboard the luxury tall ship Royal Clipper I venture up to the top deck after midnight. There’s a full moon and the ship is under full sail power, slicing through the Mediterranean with consummate ease.

Five masts, 42 billowing individual sails covering a massive 5000 square metres; the only sounds are those of the ocean lapping against the hull and the occasional creaking sounds coming from a ship working its magic under the moonlight and stars –

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