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Green, W. Miall-.

A keen yachtsman, well known on the East Coast. He became an owner in 1881, purchasing the Wild Duck, 19-ton cutter. In 1893 he designed for himself the 21-ton cutter Yolande, which was built by Messrs. Surridge and Son on the Thames. In 1890 he purchased the 62-ton schooner Rowena. Among other boats which have been owned by Mr. Green may be mentioned May, 18 tons ; Alpha Beta, an excellent sea boat ; Yolande, ex Island Home; and Thalatta, s,y., 121 tons, in 1901.

He is also greatly interested in motor-boats, and has owned at various times quite a fleet of these craft, including Hummono, Takumono, and Ful Sked. He owns also the 77-ton cutter Yolande.

Mr. Green, though not now a racing owner, is keenly interested in yacht-racing, and is Rear-Commodore of the British Motor Boat Club. Mrs. Miall-Green is also a clever yachtswoman.

Clubs: Royal Corinthian, Royal London, Royal Temple, London Sailing, Medway, British Motor Boat.
Address: 5, Lime Street, E.C.

Vessels: Wild Duck; Yolande; Rowena; May; Alpha Beta; Yolande (ex Island Home); Thalatta; Hummono; Takumono; Ful Sked