|Director||Harry W. Smith|
|Plot||A documentary look at the boats sailed by youth at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club -- the Bermuda-fitted dinghy, 15 feet long, narrow, with a ten-foot bow sprint. The mast is 40-feet high, so there's up to 1000 square feet of sail; it only goes in the water when it's ready to sail, because it needs a crew to weight the dinghy and keep it upright. We watch crews of youth - the Firefly fleet - prepare their own 12-foot version of the racing dinghies. The shallow draft and center-board construction make for racing thrills. How do sailboats sail into the wind?... search for Bermuda Cockleshells on IMDb|
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