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Couta Boat two handed race at Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club
by Rod Martin on 28 Apr 2013
Lisa with Sandy sailor Richard Brierley helming Rod Martin
The Couta Boat two handed race was held in a 20 knot breeze. Ideally for this breeze the Couta boats have seven crew so the two up teams did well to compete and finish this enjoyable event without incident.
Sorrento (eventual winner) working to catch Wagtail © Rod Martin
Duchess on the edge © Rod Martin
Sorrento and Mystify leading Lisa to the second mark © Rod Martin
Wagtail leading Sorrento and Mystify to the first mark © Rod Martin
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