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Sea Dogs! Great Tails of the Sea

Upcoming Race

2006 Head of the Weir River
Sat., October 21, 12:30 p.m.




2005 Snow Row

Race Results--by category
Race Results-by finish order

A record 76 boats turned out for the 25th Snow Row! This included 16 ocean shells, 15 kayaks, 14 pilot gigs, 12 livery boats, 8 coxed fours, 6 workboats, 2 sliding fours, 2 whaleboats, and a canoe or two. Thank you to all of our wonderful friends from Cornwall UK, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts who made the trek to Windmill Point, and thank you to Mother Nature for a gift of a day.

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With the first wave of traditonal small craft already off the beach, 24 gigs await their start 2 minutes later.

Gigs start underway.

Gigs shove off the beach at Windmill Point.

One of two whaleboats pulls off at the start of the race.

A cluster of pilot gigs pull away from the beach, including Endeavour (VT), Spirit of Otter Creek (VT), Saquish (MA), Pilot (MA), and Legend (NYC).

Pi lot gig Siren Song amid ka yaks and ocean shells at the start.

Kayaks and sliders at their start -- the third wave.

Part of the racing crowd at the awards presentation.< /p>

Peaceful aftermath: Windmill Point at 5 p.m. on race day.

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