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Melges 24 Worlds - San Francisco- Images and Video - Race 2 & 3

by John Navas on 4 Oct 2013
Race 2 - Melges 24 Worlds, San Francisco John Navas © http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5wLSD_i4SwcgiBENqJ2b_g

John Navas presents a gallery of images and a video from Race 2 and 3 of the Melges 24 Worlds, being contested on San Francisco Bay, and run by the San Francisco Yacht Club.












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