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Louis Vuitton Cup Race 2 - Luna Rossa and Emirates Team NZ pre-race

by Chuck Lantz on 19 Aug 2013
After their break-down in race two, ETNZ returns home, with one of Larry Ellison’’s yachts to the background. - America’’s Cup Chuck Lantz © http://www.ChuckLantz.com
Prior to race 2 of the Louis Vuitton finals, Chuck Lantz, one of Sail-World's photo team, took these shots of both boats and crews, preparing to do battle on San Francisco bay.











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