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Scuttlebutt Photos of the Week
July 23-29, 2010

Here is a random assortment of photos from the sport this week.
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From Ed Furry, here was the view from his room on Mackinac Island after he finished the race from Chicago. It is beautiful scenary like this that helps to erase the grueling moments of offshore racing from our memories.




In the Photos of the Week last week, there was an Optimist event with a bunch of RIBs spectating, and we suggested that this cluster of 'Mommy' boats should be replaced with one big boat with nice eats and drinks. Like in this photo.






Jaguar has partnered with TEAMORIGIN, the British Americaís Cup sailing team created by Sir Keith Mills. Hmm... the Jaguar sponsored TEAMORIGIN versus the BMW sponsored Oracle Racing team. Not exactly a fair fight.




Here is a sight you would not have seen five years ago... big fleet Optimist racing in Southern California. Photo taken by Jane Watkins during an event in Santa Barbara.




Beneteau has just revealed a new sailboat range - SENSE - that oozes of euro style. This 50 footer will be make itís American premiere at the United States Sailboat show in Annapolis October 7th.




The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team, winners of Balboa Yacht Clubís 44th annual Governorís Cup International Junior Match Racing Championship. Left to right: Commodore Richard Pacelli, Shaun Mason, bow, Harry Thurston, Middle, William Tiller, helmsman Rear Commodore and Regatta Chairman, Judi Gorski. Photo by Susan Kenney.




America's Cup defender BMW Oracle Racing team was experimenting this week with a pair of Exteme 40s, seeing what kind of exciting video and still imagery they could create. Is this exciting enough? Photo by Gilles Martin-Raget / www.americascup.com




A belief held in the executive chambers of Scuttlebutt World Headquarters is if you can effectively steer a Cal 25 upwind through waves, you could likely steer just about anything. Here these water buffaloes are seen racing in Long Beach, CA at the 2010 Cal 25 Regional Championship. Photo by Rick Roberts.




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