The trophy for the Blue Bird Cup speed under sail, originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva 1938.
Griff Rhys Jones, Tara, Jessica, Chris and Orlando waiting for the wind to fill in to start the first challenge of the Blue Bird Cup where Argyll was to match race Skylark
Argyll comes into the start line from the starboard end to meet Skylark for the match race start.
Argyll takes the lead to the first mark in the oily waters off Canoubier
Argyll gets to windward of Skylark during the race in light winds
Skylark negotiates a large swell in light winds
Skylark trying to catch a zephyr of wind in the first Challenger race of the Blue Bird cup 2011
Argyll the 57-foot Sparkman & Stevens yacht owned by Griff Rhys Jones match races Skylark
Skylark puts up every sail she has to catch up in the light conditions
Argyll rounds the stern of Talitha to cross the finish line, just as Skylark comes around the stern behind her
Tara and Griff with the Blue Bird Cup trophy. The cup was originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva in 1938.
Jessica Getty presents the Blue Bird Cup to Griff who accepts on bended knee
The crew of Argyll join the crew of Skylark with the cup
The trophy for the Blue Bird Cup speed under sail, originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva 1938.The trophy for the Blue Bird Cup speed under sail, originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva 1938.
Griff Rhys Jones, Tara, Jessica, Chris and Orlando waiting for the wind to fill in to start the first challenge of the Blue Bird Cup where Argyll was to match race SkylarkGriff Rhys Jones, Tara, Jessica, Chris and Orlando waiting for the wind to fill in to start the first challenge of the Blue Bird Cup where Argyll was to match race Skylark
Argyll comes into the start line from the starboard end to meet Skylark for the match race start.Argyll comes into the start line from the starboard end to meet Skylark for the match race start
Argyll takes the lead to the first mark in the oily waters off CanoubierArgyll takes the lead to the first mark in the oily waters off Canoubier
Argyll gets to windward of Skylark during the race in light windsArgyll gets to windward of Skylark during the race in light winds
Skylark negotiates a large swell in light windsSkylark negotiates a large swell in light winds
Skylark trying to catch a zephyr of wind in the first Challenger race of the Blue Bird cup 2011Skylark trying to catch a zephyr of wind in the first challenger race of the Blue Bird Cup 2011
Argyll the 57-foot Sparkman & Stevens yacht owned by Griff Rhys Jones match races SkylarkArgyll the 57-foot Sparkman & Stevens yacht owned by Griff Rhys Jones match races Skylark
Skylark puts up every sail she has to catch up in the light conditionsSkylark puts up every sail she has to catch up in the light conditions
Argyll rounds the stern of Talitha to cross the finish line, just as Skylark comes around the stern behind herArgyll rounds the stern of Talitha to cross the finish line, just as Skylark comes around the stern behind her
Tara and Griff with the Blue Bird Cup trophy. The cup was originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva in 1938.Tara and Griff with the Blue Bird Cup trophy. The cup was originally presented to Sir Malcolm Campbell by the United Nations in Geneva in 1938.
Jessica Getty presents the Blue Bird Cup to Griff who accepts on bended kneeJessica Getty presents the Blue Bird Cup to Griff who accepts on bended knee
The crew of Argyll join the crew of Skylark with the cupThe crew of Argyll join the crew of Skylark with the cup
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