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Images of the Waitemata- Big Red, 12ft Skiffs and FX Twins

by Richard Gladwell on 15 Dec 2013
Auckland 18ft Skiff Championships - December 15, 2013 © Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz

Sail-World was on the Waitemata harbour on Sunday afternoon,and captured some of the action outside of the the Auckland 18ft Skiff Championships









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