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Festival of Sails - Action shots from Alex McKinnon
by Alex McKinnon on 25 Jan 2013
Sport Boat, Barely Legal, enjoying the conditions - Festival of Sails Alex McKinnon
The 2013 Festival of Sails is currently underway in Geelong, Victoria - Photographer Alex McKinnon was on site to capture this gallery of images of the Sports Boats and Melges 24s out on Corio's Inner Harbour.
Foam Fast had a great day on the water, with two firsts - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
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Vivace heading downhill - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Tickety Boo generates a bow wave - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
So then, it must be, Game On, eh? - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Vivace heads uphill - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Sport Boats, Barely Legal and Tickety Boo, put the large kites to work - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Melges 24, Bandit, with Corio’s industrial plants as a backdrop - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Start of Race Two on Day One for the Melges 24s - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
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