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We heard from our sailors that they wanted to see video of the day's racing after each day of the event. Here they all are, thanks to Sperry Top-Sider.
October 30, 2001Eleven Class Winners Conclude Sailing World NOOD Circuit on Galveston Bayby Cynthia GossThree-Day Series Abbreviated to Two Days After Oil Spill on the BayRating:0
October 30, 2001Texas NOOD-Second day reportby Libby CarrollRating:0
October 30, 2001Gulf Coast Racers to Battle for Titles at Sailing World NOOD Regattaby Cynthia GossThree-Day Regatta to Draw a Fleet of 120 Boats to Galveston BayRating:0
October 30, 2001Blind Hog Syndromeby Libby CarrollDay One at the Texas NOODRating:0
October 29, 20012001 Texas NOOD Final reportby Libby CarrollRating:0
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An environmentalist's dream boat, the sabani sailboats, have no motor. They are only powered by the wind and, the team, using paddles.
These boats, called sabani, will participate in the Mayor's Cup Sabani Race, an annual event, held in Itoman City, Okinawa, Japan. Photo taken November 10, 2013, the morning of the event.