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Sydney Harbour Regatta - In the moguls with Il Duce

by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS 6 Mar 13:57 PST
Giddy up for XC3SS © Andrea Francolini

Middle Harbour Yacht Club commenced their well attended annual Sydney Harbour Regatta yesterday. Andrea Francolini was out there and provided us with these images of Day One from within the 3-4m swells outside...

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