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While visiting a classic sailing yacht in Annapolis, Maryland, Host Tory Salvia, President of The Sailing Channel, introduces extended excerpts from a new award-winning documentary about a classic West Coast schooner with quite a bit of history of its own. In the Wake of the ZACA captures a lost age of adventure, romance, and Hollywood glamour told through the history of a 75-year-old, 118-foot, gaff-rigged topsail schooner. Launched in San Francisco on the eve of the Great Depression, ZACA explored Stone-Age civilizations in the South Pacific, patrolled the California coast as an armed ship of war during World War II, and served as a party boat for sailor and swashbuckling actor Errol Flynn. Left to languish as a striped hulk on a mud flat in the south of France, ZACA rose like the phoenix to sail again. Sail in her wake to gain a unique perspective on history and experience adventures most can only dream about.
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