Chinese Junk (boat) imported from Hong Kong goes sailing in Chertsey.
Fade into the bows of a Chinese Junk with ornate dragon painting on the side. We see a man, Rear Admiral Cobb, in a sailor hat hoisting the sail and C/Us of decorative painting on the boat, with the name 'Sea Dragon' clearly seen. Commentator tells us it was built entirely in Hong Kong and is one of many to be brought to this country, for pleasure sailing.
Various shots of the boat sailing on Penton Hook Yacht Basin on a rather gloomy day. We see the modifications include an outboard motor and more headroom in the cabins. Two other men, John Riddell and Joe Atterway, in landlubber clothes are also on the boat; one smokes a pipe.
L/S of the junk sailing gracefully along as a man in a speedboat zips past; fade out.
Note: print used for transfer is quite badly scratched. On file is a news cutting about a Chinese junk that appeared at the International Boat Show in January of 1961, plus a letter and further information from Hepburn Caravan & Boat Co. Ltd. who imported the junks from Hong Kong.