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Under sunny skies competitors in the Enterprise class dinghy world championships head towards a buoy during the second race off Durban

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 Rescuers lend a hand in emptying the dinghy of a father and son sailing team whose boat capsized and nearly sank off Vetch's Pier in Durban 

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Colourful Parade: Fireballs are dwarfed by a huge ship as they battle it out at sea off Durban

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National Fire Ball Championships runner up to world champs. Alec Lanham-Love, left and Andrew de Vllieg

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The RCOD Prion II hoists her spinnaker during racing

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Yachts battle for supremacy on Durban on the NCS Regatta racing

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The IMS class boat Golden Fleece runs into a bit of trouble as a spinnaker in the water almost stopped her dead and cost several valuable seconds

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Wind Power: With spinnaker billowing, NBS Swimline leads the fleet in perfect conditions as the NCS Regatta, the premier ocean racing event of the year, continues off Durban

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Like a mass of butterflies, brightly coloured wind-surfers bounce through the surf off the Durban Country Club

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Making a big splash of colour off the beachfront, was a big fleet of Hobie and Dart catamarans competing in their national and Natal championships

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There was action a-plenty at Vetch's Pier yesterday as the Canon Copier Hobie National Championships got under way again after being blown out for the last three days.

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The cew of this J-22 yacht, skippered by Herbert Karolius, takes a bad gybe in winds of 30 knots during the second day of J-22 match racing in Durban's bay

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J22 class yacht MIB, skippered by ROb de Vlieg of Pretoria, leads the field off Durban yesterday

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Crystic Week racing was canceled because of a lack of wind, which was a severe setback for most of the boats in the J-22 fleet who could use more points

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With little to do while waited for racing to start, the J-22 yachts Juvena and Jaywalker got into a little water-fighting to pass the time in the summer-like heat

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Left: The L-34 Equinox won her fourth race in a row and looks set for a whitewash

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