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Scuttlebutt Photos of the Week
March 16, 2012

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The culmination of more than 35,000 man hours has resulted in Artemis Racing now sailing with the teamís first AC72 wing. Towering more than 13 stories high, the AC72 wing is a 40 metre high structure, predominantly built of carbon fibre, measures 260 square meters yet weighs just over one tonne. The wing is being trialed on the team's trimaran.

Go to college. Get an education. Fly to LA and race keelboats. Photos by Rich Roberts from the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup 2012.

It was feast or famine for Wayne Zittel and the Santa Cruz 50 Hula Girl team on the 2012 San Diego to Puerto Vallarta Race.

The 29er is the younger sibling of the 49er, and the 29erXX is the younger sibling on steroids. This summer will see the first World Championship for the XX, which is also among the boats vying to be selected as the equipment for the 2016 Olympics.

Charlie Dole at the helm. Rest in peace.

We don't know anything about this photo sequence as all the information was in Italian. But round up is round up in any language.

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