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2022 Master Mariners Regatta : Near Perfection Once Again!

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  • 2022 Master Mariners Regatta : Near Perfection Once Again!

    Near perfect conditions prevailed on Saturday, May 28th for the annual Master Mariners Benevolent Associations central bay regatta and parade!

    As the fog retreated, the breeze stiffened and the sun emerged as if it were written on a script. Always a highlight of the season and a grand way to kick off the summer in elegant style!

    Some of the action below, a full selects gallery can be enjoyed at https://www.h2oshots.com/2022-Sailin...iners-Regatte/




    Water Witch John &Gena's Egelston's 51' Cutter


    Brigadoon, Terry Klaus's 50' Schooner





    Folly, Allen Gross's 32' Sloop





    Magic, Tim Maloney's 23' Bear Boat en route to a 1st to finish gun!





    Flirt, Peter Streitmann's 32' Sloop approaching Blackaller Buoy





    Ruby, Josh Prior's 60' Sloop






    Matthew M Turner, the only Brigantine Schooner on the race course!





    Pegasus, the 51' Alden designed ketch





    Briar Rose, Ian Powell's 33' Gaff Ketch





    Sea Quest, Steve Carlson's 35' Gaff Ketch

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