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Tall ship story

Chipside’s Paul Moorby is to join the crew of a tall ship crewed by a team of disabled and able-bodied people.

Patrick Mcdonnell

Paul Moorby, managing director of Chipside, a parking IT provider, is to give his services to charity when he takes on the mantle of watchleader for a wind powered trip across the Atlantic.

He joins the Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) as a watchleader to a team of disabled and able-bodied crew on the square-rigged sailing ship the JST Tenacious. The 35-day voyage sets out in early December embarking on a 3,500 mile round trip from Las Palmas, in the Canaries. The ship will follow the trade winds...

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