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Eggemoggin Reach Regatta draws fleet of 98

Ninety-eight yachts, eight classes and five starting times sent a magnificent fleet of classic sloops, yawls, cutters and ketches through the Eggemoggin Reach and Jericho Bay on August 2.

Yachts wait for the race start off Torrey Island.

Yachts wait for the race start off Torrey Island.

Ninety-eight yachts, eight classes and five starting times sent a magnificent fleet of classic sloops, yawls, cutters and ketches through the Eggemoggin Reach and Jericho Bay on August 2. Above, yachts wait off Torrey Island for the race to start.

Photo by Anne Berleant

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The Falcon raced in all three regattas

The Falcon raced in all three regattas

The Falcon, skippered by Bob Scott, took home the Mitch Neff Cup for the best performance of a Sparkman & Stephen NY 32 yacht in all three regattas.

Photo courtesy Nat Ball

Yachts racing in the Spirit of Tradition B class

Yachts racing in the Spirit of Tradition B class

Wild Horses, a Joel White-designed, Brooklin Boatyard-built sloop, hangs in the back of yachts racing in the Spirit of Tradition B class. Donald Tofias is its skipper.

Photo by Anne Berleant

A fleet of vintage yachts sail through the Reach

A fleet of vintage yachts sail through the Reach

A fleet of vintage yachts, with Sparkman & Stephens NY32 Falcon, skippered by Bob Scott, in front center, sets sail through the Reach

Photo by Anne Berleant

Concordia yawl The Eagle on the Eggemoggin Reach

Concordia yawl The Eagle on the Eggemoggin Reach

The Eagle, a Concordia yawl skippered by C. Daniel Smith, sails through the Eggemoggin Reach.

Photo by Anne Berleant

41-foot 1936 Concordia yacht Katrina in the Camden Classic

41-foot 1936 Concordia yacht Katrina in the Camden Classic

Katrina, a 41-foot 1936 Concordia yacht out of Brooklin, sailed by Joe Harris, placed fourth in the Classic B class and, above, raced to a fifth-place finish in the Camden Classic.

Photo by Anne Berleant