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ST. THOMAS INTERNATIONAL ROLEX REGATTA RESULTS
Sunday 3rd April 2011

The International Rolex Regatta was held in St. Thomas from March 25 to 27 and attracted a fleet of close to 80 boats.  Winners included William Bailey's Team INTAC JV in the IC24 One Design class, Elandra of Hamble in the CSA Spinnaker 2 Class and James Dobbs' Antiguan boat, Lost Horizon, in the CSA Non-spinnaker class.  For complete results see:  http://www.yachtscoring.com/event_results_cumulative.cfm?eID=388.

 


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