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    NY Harbor Tugboat Races September 2nd

    The Working Harbor Committee of NY and NJ is sponsoring this year's tug races on the Hudson River. The race is free to view from the waterfront. Date is Sunday, September 2, 2007.

    A "chase boat" is being offered for photographers.

    More information can be found here:

    www.workingharbor.com

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    Just wondering if anyone from the forum will be attending this event. I'll be there and it will be nice to meet you.

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    I had planned on going but I've got a grand daughters first b-day party to attend.

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    Images posted by my friends:

    http://www.haviland.org/travel/nyc/tugboatrace07.htm

    http://www.pbase.com/jtunnel/tug_boat_festival_2007

    As promised, loads of great photo opportunities.

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    Thank you and your friends. Great shots. Interesting boats. Wish I had been there.

    Thanks,

    John Powers

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    Excellent. Living on the Isle of Wight which hosts The Cowes Week Regatta, one of the world's premier sailing events, I find this much more interesting!


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.



 

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