Sport: Sea Birds

A seagull or two, poised over the ridged seas that beleaguer Scotland, were puzzled last week by a pair of inexplicable water-fowl—larger, whiter, sleeker than they—which never rose into the air, but skirted the wavetops, their wings petitioning the wind. Through a calm off Bogany Land, round a buoy at Kerry Croy, on the tumbled reach to Blackhouse, one of these birds was always in front of the other. That one was the Lanai, U. S. six-metre boat, sailed by Sherman Hoyt, famed Long Island yachtsman.

The other, luffing, jibbing, stepping in and out...

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