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Preparing boat and crew for Annapolis-Newport and Marion-Bermuda Race in 2995. Funny that the trip to BDA was to get our Marion-Bermuda Race Safety Inspection. The inspectors in Annapolis didn't have a satisfactory schedule, so we called up the Bermuda safety inspectors for arrangements. The gale was good to use with more pressure to the east, though arrived in Bermuda in full rain & gusts to 45 knots.

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Comment by LOLA on October 3, 2008 at 7:27am
Great video...Thanks

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