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Time Lapse file of 2011 Round the Isle of Wight Race

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The Isle of Wight Race had over 1,900 entries and some quite strong winds (and dis-mastings) at the start this year:

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Awesome, I loved it!


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Lol thats trippy !

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Heh, cool video.
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Greetings Earthling; Thank you for the Vidio it's even got the long hiared one interested and that can only be a good thing in any guys book, looking forward to the next one . There was a collision involving a sailing vessel and a tannker under tow, Re. Another link Someone got into the water just before the collision I cannot find out anyb information about recovery I DO HOPE THEY ARE SAFE any info would be welcome Thanks. GO SAFE
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I DO HOPE THEY ARE SAFE any info would be welcome Thanks. GO SAFE
The latest I read yesterday is that two crew members went into the water but all crew avoided serious injury from the event. There's an investigation under way.

If you haven't seen it, the UK magazine Yachting Monthly has had a brilliant Crash Test Boat Series underway, with a 40 foot Jeanneau the victom of a series of planned misadventures. Here's the latest video installment: how to deal with a holed boat:

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Great series. I intend to visit the boat at the Southamption Boat show in a couple of weeks.
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