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Photos from final day of Red Funnel

by Hamo Thorneycroft on 18 Apr 2006
Quokka - Red Funnel Easter Challenge Hamo Thornycroft http://www.yacht-photos.co.uk
The third set of photos from Hamo Thorneycroft at the final day of the Red Funnel Easter Challenge. Three days of racing in very varied conditions. See the links at the bottom of the page for more photos and the daily race reports.


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