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Adam Ramlugon comments on ex-BHS owner in court over money laundering and tax evasion offences linked to two yachts in SuperyachtNews and Marine Industry News

Dominic Chappell, the former owner of BHS who bought the business from Sir Phillip Green for £1 in 2015, has appeared before a London court and stands accused of avoiding around £500,000 in tax and using two yachts as means to launder the ill-gotten funds. Director Adam Ramlugon commented:  “These allegations, if proven, should help to dispel the cliché that buying a yacht…

The Road to Fastnet – The Myth of Malham

The Myth of Malham Dom Bulfin, Associate On our last outing, the crew of “Hair of the Dog” took part in the single longest race of the year in preparation for the Fastnet Race – the Myth of Malham. The Myth of Malham sees competitors race over 230 miles from Cowes to Eddystone Lighthouse, off the coast of Plymouth, and back. I first…

The Road to Fastnet – The Cervantes Trophy Race

The Cervantes Trophy Race Dom Bulfin, Associate Last week, the crew of “Hair of the Dog” took part in their first long distance race of the season – the Cervantes Trophy Race. The Cervantes Trophy Race is the first long-distance race for many of the crews taking part in the Royal Ocean Race Club (RORC) series and sees crews embark on a 160…

The Road to Fastnet – The Nab Tower Race

The Nab Tower Race Dom Bulfin, Associate With the crew of “Hair of the Dog” now fully trained in ocean safety and sea survival, we embarked on our first race of the season – the Junior Offshore Group’s (JOG) Nab Tower Race. This event sees competitors race from Cowes, eastwards down the Solent, around No Man’s Land Fort and down to Nab Tower,…