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“Holy Grounder” Beneteau 36.7

The "Holy Grounder" went to work immediately after joining the SailCork fleet - a delivery cruise from Dun Laoghaire to East Ferry in May 2008 with Mike Hines as skipper.

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The story of Holy Grounder - SailCorks flagship

Cobh Wed Jan 28 - foggy morning, sunny afternoon with light southerly winds- but more breeze coming!

The town of Cobh has been an important seaport for centuries. The eastern part of the town was very populous and was the major venue for shoreside socialising - it earned the name of "The Holy Ground" Most sailors would be familiar with the words of the famous song - "......and still I live in hopes to see the Holy Ground once more ..... fine girl you are!! Cobh people are often known as "Holy Grounders".

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