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I could not make the Sunday heats, so here are two more of my photos of the British entry showing how these boats perform . . .

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above the surface with most of the hull.  Approaching shore requires caution . . . but thanks to Frank Hanavan, here is a set of photos showing what happened along the Jersey shoreside, Morris Canalside . . . on Sunday.  The New York race over,

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one by one the boats were hooked and

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lifted above and beyond the watery confines,

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lowered carefully for a landing

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in the parking lot at Liberty Landing Marina, and

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disassembled,

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prepped for the road, and

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loaded into the containers that will likely travel beyond the sixth boro along I-80 and I-90 into Chicago for events starting June 10.  

For these bright Sunday photos, many thanks to Frank Hanavan, whose website here shows what he spends most of his time engaged in.

More photos from the event soon.

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