by Anna Parker
2011 Beneteau Lagoon Regatta images shared with us by photographer John Curnow. Enjoy!
One of the many Beneteau bows on the Harbour rounds Clark Island.
The ferry was ducked expertly. Good thing! - John Curnow
Holy cow - no it's a dog. - John Curnow
Colour was evident, in more ways than one. - John Curnow
Brigus emerges from the top of Clark Island, the last mark of the course. - John Curnow
There was work to do out on the course. - John Curnow
The Beneteau Seahorse amongst the Harbour's many other inhabitants. - John Curnow
The First 30 in a burst of sunlight. - John Curnow
Ferries and ships were not the only thing to carve through the fleet - Foiling Moths came out to play, as well. - John Curnow
Well, it was a French boat regatta, after all! - John Curnow
Beneteau Lagoon Regatta Website