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Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis: Friday Images

Paul Todd braves the chilly May weather to bring us his best snaps.

April 29, 2015
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Jimmy Praley’s J/80 Gromit pushes some Chesapeake Bay chop on the opening day of the 2015 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis. The current was running fast and the breeze was sub-10 knots on the day.

John Aras’ School’s Out (Sail No. 364) clears out from a busy second-row start in the J/70 fleet. Paul Todd/Outside Images

Kevin McNeill’s Farr 30 Sea Biscuit working on their downwind technique at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis. ©Paul Todd/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

Christopher Wilson takes a peek below the boom on his J/22 Lil’ Puffy. Paul Todd/Outside Images

With the current running hard, the near-shore course of the J/22s set up a one-sided racecourse. ©Paul Todd/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

Taking notes on the rail of the J/105 Santa’s Reign, Dear at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis. ©Paul Todd/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

The bowman of Kevin McNeill’s Farr 30 Sea Biscuit goes end-for-end. ©Paul Todd/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

With the current running down the course, and with the use of a mid-line guide mark, the 60-boat J/70 class starts went off surprisingly well. Paul Todd/Outside Images
Annapolis, Maryland (USA) The third event of the 2015 The Helly Hansen NOOD REGATTA SERIES hosted by Annapolis Yacht Club. Held on the The Chesapeake Bay, immortalized by so many writers, artists, sailors, and naturalists, is a truly magical destination along hundreds of miles of stunning coastal shores. Race day 1 held in light shifty wind. OUTSIDE IMAGES PHOTO AGENCY Paul Todd/Outside Images

The Troutman family’s J/70 Pied Piper cuts it close on a challenging day of sailing at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis. Paul Todd/Outside Images
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