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Volvo Ocean Race Parade of Sail


January 22, 2002

Volvo Ocean Race Parade of Sail

A yachting spectacular will take place on the Waitemata Harbour tomorrow when all eight of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet join about 100 other yachts for a Parade of Sail.

It will begin at 5.30pm as the VO 60 boats cross the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) start line. The event is being held in conjunction with the RNZYS twilight sailing involving yachts competing in nine divisions.

The Volvo Ocean Race Parade of Sail will finish around 6.30pm.

The Volvo Ocean Race fleet leaves on Sunday, January 27 for the fourth leg of their race around the world.


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