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The boat, owned by The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York ,was one of dozens of seacraft used in 1943 to evacuate almost all the Jews from Denmark into neutral Sweden.
So, to evacuate the troops, all British seacrafts were commissioned by the Navy.
The harsh environment was on full display July 29, as the Healy carried out two consecutive missions on the water in a smaller seacraft.
The operator on the seacraft controls the amount of thrust, while the rider controls the angle with his feet.
Paddy misses the days when man and water and seacraft were one.
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