Clipper must improve safety, says widow

Simon Speirs and his son, Mike Photo: MAIB

The family of an amateur sailor who died after being swept overboard during the 2017 Clipper Race has urged the organisers to implement the findings of a report into the incident, warning that more lives could be lost.

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