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Festival of Sails images by Alex McKinnon
by Alex McKinnon on 28 Jan 2013
Close racing on the way to the top mark for the first time - Festival of Sails Alex McKinnon
Photographer Alex McKinnon was on site at the Festival of Sails in Geelong to capture this gallery of action shots! Enjoy!
Sierra Chainsaw and Another Challenge going to the gate in race 1 for the day - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Challenge, Audacious and Clockwork fighting it out - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Northshore Marine and Accru heading for the finish - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
HueyII enjoying the ride - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Bandit leads the others around the top mark - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Huey II and Sierra Chainsaw show the close racing between the fleets - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Shogun and Hooligan rounding the top mark - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Hooligan making their way to the finish of the second race of the day - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
Shogun rounding the top mark ready to hoist - Festival of Sails © Alex McKinnon
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