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2014 RTIA Treasure Cay to Guana Cay

Barry Ainsworth reports:

“Today was NOT a good day for the Rage! We had a great start and things went down hill from there. Wind today ended up being above the safe limit for the Rage. Lost one of the crew off the pry, MOB drill. Equipment problems. Lost the second person overboard, they stayed with the boat. More equipment problems. Finally rounded the first mark, with large swell coming over the bow, we opted to abandon the race. Lost the third crew member off a pry, they managed to hang on. There is always the next race on Tuesday.”

(Photos will posted when they become available)

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