AKL wino

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  1. AKL wino

    Luna Rossa Challenge. AC 36

    Little bird avoiding the virus on Sardinia mentioned in passing LR may be up on the hard for a few days/weeks. Think: unwanted scupper development.
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    Emirates Team New Zealand.

    source Salty?
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    AC36 - The Venue

    heh the zoom on my phone is potato quality. Great to see things moving along though. Cagliari? not so much methinks.....
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    AC36 - The Venue

    Ineos progressing well...
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    Emirates Team New Zealand.

    and bushman's TP....(aka rangiora).
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    America One Website Time Capsule

    Nice! and you didn't even have to use The Wayback Machine...
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    Team UK

    The Algarve? Ok maybe Cascais for Big Ben?
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    dutch ac entry

    I disagree....stand by caller. In the meantime:
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    Second US Team

    Looking good. Things are moving along....
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    Team UK

    Any dock talk on where Ineos are heading to continue testing over the UK winter?
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    Second US Team

    I know...I know....said it a while ago, but....softly softly catchee monkey. Things should be happening soon.
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    Second US Team

    things are progressing fellas. Gonna be a USA-all-the-way team. Probably good news for the Viaduct cougars....
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    Second US Team

    Word on the docks is a (very positive) announcement will be made shortly.
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    Larry's AC50 Circus

    Can confirm that will be the first regatta. At least 5 teams. Nice one Wussell....
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    The 2018 Golden Globe Race

    Natural Navigator - good book. One they should have on board for when they're down in our neck of the woods (or anywhere) is David Lewis's We, the Navigators. Seminal book that resurrected Polynesian traditional nav.