Learning the ropes

17th November 2000 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Kira Hayden spent a week on the Golden Vanity taking part in adventure training, which is being offered to 16-year-olds as part of a Government pilot initiative aimed at bridgng the gap between school and work. Trinity Sailing, based in Brixham, Devon, provided free passages on the traditional gaff cutter, funded by the DFEE. Photograph by MIKE BENSON

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