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With all sails set and the wind in her teeth, Red Pepper in the Mainstay Durban to Richards Bay race. Skipper Bertie Read displays the Navy yacht's red, white and blue spinnaker.

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The opening cruise of the summer yacht racing season was staged on Durban Bay at the weekend with its traditional water fight between the passengers and crews of participating yachts.

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Curious onlookers gazed in awe at the unusually clad crew aboard the 67 year old 'peace ship' which arrived in Durban this week.

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Wet weather did not deter yachting enthusiasts seen here taking part in a Hobie Cat race off Durban yesterday.

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Competitors in the Castle Catamaran Regatta being held off Durban were frustrated by near windless conditions yesterday. 

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Sixty -one schoolchildren from Charles Hugo Primary School in Mayville took to the water yesterday- in two sessions- to learn the rudiments of sailing from members of Point Yacht Club junior section. 

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The Romantic face of Africa's biggest harbor, the Port of Durban.

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First impressions while looking at the classic shape and clean, uncluttered lines of the Sprog were that this design belonged to another age - a different era where life was taken at a more graceful pace. After all the Sprog has been with us now for about 30 years.

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Of all the Olympic class yachts the only one to be a real success in South Africa is the Finn.

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Competitors in 505 yacht race

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Admiral's Cup- Second Inshore Race 28 July 1983

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Admiral's Cup- Second Inshore Race 28 July 1983

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An aerial view of filling spinnakers tells the story of the start today of the 160 miler Durban to Richards Bay and back race for the I O R 1 division yachts.

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Motorized: Pat Cullen, skipper of the vintage Cape to Rio yacht Sandefjord, on on of the monkey-bikes he and the members of his crew use to travel between the race headquarters in Table Bay harbour and the city.

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Pictured receiving a letter of goodwill from His Worship the Mayor of Durban, Councilor Raoul Goodman, is Mr. Bob Nuttall, skipper of Natal's official entry in the Rib Race, Mercury. The letter is addressed to the Governor of Guanabara, Rio's equivalent of a mayor.

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Prepares his boat for the second day's racing of the Finn class week long regatta in Durban. Petrol restrictions have limited the number of competitors to 17, far fewer than normal, with only three country entries.

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Discussing tactics before today's Finn class yachting regatta on Durban Bay, the first in South Africa, are (left to fight) Mr. Bobby Nuttall (vice president of the South African Finn Association), Mr. Phil Barker (chairman of the technical committee for the Durban Finn Owners' Week and Mr.

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More commonly known to deep-sea yachtsmen as 'Mr Lipton'

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Start of the big day. Skippers and crews of some of the 30 square metre Lipton racers make ready to take part in the Lipton Cup Challenge at sea off Durban

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