Tokio (yacht)

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Tokio
NationFlag of Japan.svg  Japan
Class Volvo Ocean 60
Racing career
Skippers Chris Dickson

Tokio is a Volvo Ocean 60 yacht. She finished fifth in the W60 class of the 1993–94 Whitbread Round the World Race skippered by Chris Dickson. [1]

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References

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