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All fotos here were taken by Scot Surbeck and come thanks to Julian Marsano, who blogs as PioneerSailing. The moral of the story is that extreme weather can move in quickly, as happened two weeks ago when a squall galloped into the sixth boro at 30 mph, bringing in 45+ mph gusts. Manhattan Sailing School J-24s were racing in regular midweek evening regatta under the flag of Manhattan Sailing Club. Gusts hit Great Republic first, the boat with GR on the sail, knocking her flat.
Thanks much to Julian for these pics and this story.