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Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy left her call calling card in the Abacos, but the clean-up has begun. The Abaco Rage survived the storm just fine, since it has been in hibernation, hauled out of the water and stored at Lighthouse Marina’s boatyard. Thanks to Pete Brubaker, who drilled a hole in the boat to drain the water from it, the Rage is no longer a swimming pool!

For more information and photos on Hurricane Sandy, visit www.hopetownsailingclub.com

Keep checking back here for updates on work progress, as the rage crews prepares for the upcoming HTSC race season.

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Hope Town Sailing Club
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