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Maktoum Sailing Trophy - Dubai (AME Info)
by NewsReader 02-21-2007

We leave our land legs behind and join skipper Christophe Venk on board the 34ft racing yacht 'Lazy Boy' as he and his crew prepare for the third running of the Maktoum Sailing Trophy, which consists of a series of 10 races over 5 days.

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