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24 Hour Race Yacht 2005

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THIS footage was taken at the 2005 24 hour Yacht Race at Southport in the UK.  Running time 14 mins.

Footage shot by PCBT Photography over a 24 hour period over the 17 /18 September 2005.  Time Laps Video taken over the 24 hours of the race at the end.   Music by Neil Campbell, Sony and Leaf Rains.  Voice over by John Jessop.

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24 Hour Race  is run by the West Lancashire Yacht Club and sailed none stop for 24 hours on the relatively safe waters of the  Southport Marine Lake.   The race is the UK's premier endurance dinghy race and is one of the hardest of it's type in the world, if not the hardest.   Sailing Clubs and other sailing teams from all over the world gather yearly to compete for serious trophies, whilst also enjoying the unique hospitality provided by one of the best social events in the dinghy racing calendar.

Entries are accepted from Sailing Clubs and Universities throughout the UK, with occasional visits from Eire, France and even the USA; crew changes being permitted during the race.  Some of the changes can be seen in the time laps video at the end of the main video.


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Links to our written reports:-

2005 Yacht Race part 2.

2005 Yacht Race part 1.



Thank you to all who helped us make this video.   With special thanks to the following:- WLYC LBM Records, Neil Camble, Mayfield Records, Leaf Rains, Sony Music and the RNLI.

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