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Sail Port Stephens Commodore's Cup - Images from Day 3

by Sail Port Stephens Media on 13 Apr 2011
ColorTile (foreground) and Iota (background). Commodore’s Cup day 3 Sail Port Stephens 2011 Sail Port Stephens Event Media
Another bright blue day at Australia's fastest growing regatta. Here is a selection of images. There are lots more on the event website's 2011 photo gallery.












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