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Images of the 2013 Sydney Harbour Regatta

by Beth Morley on 18 Mar 2013
Very Tasty in Day 1 of the Super 30’s Sydney Harbour Regatta - Helly Hansen Sydney Harbour Regatta 2013 Beth Morley - Sport Sailing Photography© http://www.sportsailingphotography.com

The Helly Hansen Sydney Harbour Regatta was staged by the Middle Harbour Yacht Club in the second week in March.

It attracted more than 200 keelboats racing in 26 divisions over 10 course areas on the harbour and offshore.

Sydney based photographer Beth Morley captured the action. Her website is www.sportsailingphotography.com









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