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Images from Rolex Rating Series Day 3

by Crosbie Lorimer on 15 Dec 2007
Wild Joe kite wrangle - Rolex Trophy Rating Series Crosbie Lorimer http://www.crosbielorimer.com
By comparison with the frenetic activity of the SIRS regatta in the harbour today, life offshore was a deal calmer. Racing on the Manly Circle, the Rolex Trophy Rating Series fleet enjoyed two commodities that have been rare over recent weeks; sun and a northeaster.

Here are some of Crosbie Lorimer's images of today's racing.















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