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Volvo Ocean Race Uncut- Brad Marsh at BBYC Sailing Academy fundraiser

by Chris Marsh on 6 Nov 2012
Brad Marsh, proud to be into his home port, Auckland, after a near sinking north of New Zealand, while leading Leg of the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race © Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz

Come down and join fellow NZ Volvo fans for a night behind the scenes of the Volvo ocean race.

See some of the best footage and photos of the great race, and hear what it was really like on-board the boats as told by our Guest speaker: Brad Marsh—Bowman on overall race winner—Groupama Racing.

There will also be fundraising raising raffles, along with an auction at the end of the night for various great packages. With all funds raised going towards our sailing academy to support youth sailing development at BBYC.

Date: 16 November 2012 at 7pm
Venue: Bucklands Beach Yacht Club—Headsail Lounge
Cost: Adults $5 (Includes 1 raffle ticket), under 18—Free
More Raffles available for purchase at venue.

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