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Photographs - Coastal Classic 2010 - Auckland to Russell - New Zealand

Hello all,

Just wanted to let you know that I popped out on Friday am to take a few pictures of this years awesome CC. You can view and download them here:

Coastal Classic 2010 - Auckland to Russell Yacht Race 15 Oct 2010 - Little Big Super City... Photography & Video by Roger Pearson








You may also find this short video we did on Devonport Wharf interesting...

YouTube - The Wharf - The Gateway to Devonport
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What type/make/manufacturer is the boat is in the second photo?
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I think it's a Lotus 9.2 - not sure of the age.

More here:
LOTUS 9.2 USED BOATS, NEW ZEALAND - TRADE A BOAT NEW ZEALAND

Here she goes...


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What you will find in NZ are that majority of boats are local build other than few that make it there under their own steam.Just as in US and Canada and here in Europe each area tends to have boats specific to your geographical location.
Check out Trade me for some good NZ examples.
Trade Me ‚Äď New Zealand online auctions and classifieds. Browse, buy and sell online on trademe.co.nz
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Got it - cheers fellas.
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