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Satellite Spy - RNZYS Winter Series Race 10 - See the race on video!

by David Cosgrove on 19 Sep 2012
Satellite Spy digs down into a big sea - RNZYS Winter Series - Final Race September 15, 2012 © Richard Gladwell www.richardgladwell.com

Video footage taken of Saturday's Race 10 I took of the RNZYS Winter Series from onboard the Ross 40 Satellite Spy.

The wind speed was averaging over 30 kts and the maximum puff on board was 42 kts.

Enjoy (from the the comfort of your home or office!)

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