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Scuttlebutt Photos of the Week
October 2-8, 2009

A random assortment of photos submitted to Scuttlebutt this week.
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Here is the presentation of the original Boxing Kangaroo flag, made famous by Australia II when it won the historic 1983 America’s Cup, by Australia II crew members John Longley (right) and Skip Lissiman to the Western Australian Museum located in Maritime, Fremantle. Full story

From the E Scow National Regatta, photographer Jeanette Beier catches up with the fleet approaching the finish in the sunset.

Sailing is unique partly due to how many types of events exist. Here we find the Islader 36 U.S. Nationals on San Francisco Bay. Photo by Erik Simonson.

Not all the fun at Cascade Locks is for adults on cool boats. Here 46 kids showed up for an impromptu O'pen BIC "Un-Regatta" hosted by the Columbia Gorge Racing Association.

Rick Bannerot sent in this example of team work from the start of the 75th Vineyard Race as the crew of Galadriel takes a swig!

This Skiff 18 team demonstrates their exit strategy. Photos by Sergei Zavarin/ULTIMATE YACHTSHOTS

The Bermuda Fitted Dinghy is a 14 foot wooden boat with wooden spars (the smallest mast being above 30-feet tall) and 6 crew hiking. More pictures are available from under the galleries in the sailing section.

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