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2016 S. Yeardley Smith Race

It has been a windy start to the HTSC racing season so far, and a rough day on the water for the boats competing in the S. Yeardley Smith Trophy Race. The Rage had a great start, but challenging conditions to deal with. After the handicaps were tallied, the Rage came in 6th place. As always though, all 16 crew members had a great and exhilarating time! And who is that man in the hat on the end of the pry? Could that be Colin Buffin fresh in from the Rolex Sydney Hobart race? He couldn’t wait to get back to Hope Town to race on the Rage after winning one class in his fleet and coming third in another class on his Swan 62. Below are a few of Will Heyer’s photos.

Smith 10

Smith 17

Smith 15

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Hope Town Sailing Club
Triangular Course
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