From the historical yachting history of Jack Potter (part of his Biography):
About the year 1950, people made up poems and limericks about our happenings. Magic V113 (one of Jack’s mates’ yacht) was involved while acting the goat (and sailing around) in a minor collision with our very good friends – the owners of the 26ft mullet boat Celox. Magic’s bowsprit became stuck under Celox’s very large bobstay.
Sailing like a box – the old Celox– always in the way – takes all the knocks!
And another one about Magic
Gybe around – go about –‘Cause your mainsails blown out – gaft aloft – headsail too –
She just screams right out of view – As the Magic goes screaming along -it’s high, high, hee,
We’re sailing up to Leigh – As the Magicgoes screaming along – watch for those lubber on the shore – and where’er we go – you will always know – that the Magicis screaming along.
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