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TP52 Southern Cross Cup Round 3- Day 2's VIDEO

by Dale Lorimer on 26 Nov 2013
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After a postponed start due to lack of wind and a change in start line, day 2 of the TP52s Southern Cross Regatta began under grey clouds and heavy rain, but the wind picked up and then dropped away completely during a race of many seasons . Beau Geste continued to lead the fleet around the course. Dale Lorimer was on the harbour and captured some of the action.

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