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Les Voiles des St Tropez images by Carlo Borlenghi

by Carlo Borlenghi on 4 Oct 2012
MARISKA, Sail n: D1, Group: GEB, Boat Type: 15METRE TUIGA, Sail n: D3, Group: GEB, Boat Type: 15MJI AURIQUE - 2012 Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Carlo Borlenghi http://www.carloborlenghi.com
2012 Les Voiles des St Tropez: Images of yachts competing for the Rolex Trophy by photographer Carlo Borlenghi.









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