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September 06, 2012

Real Racing

Nic Compton has an interesting article about the growth (and growing competitiveness) on the classic regatta circuit in the September issue of Seahorse.  This is certainly the case here in Maine where the largest regatta is the annual Eggemoggin Reach Regatta on the first Saturday of August in Brooklin, Maine.  At up to 125 boats in some years, the number of entries in the ERR easily eclipses any other regatta in Maine and can even rival the total number of member boats in the Gulf of Maine Ocean Racing Association.

You can check out the ERR in Andrew Simm's Wavelength Studios time lapse video here:


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