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Great American II


The 53-foot trimaran Great American II passed through the Sunda Strait and entered the Indian Ocean at sunrise on March 29. For Rich Wilson (Rockport, Mass.) and Rich du Moulin (Larchmont, N.Y.), passing through the Strait was a milestone: it marked the end of a slow frustrating passage through the South China Sea and, hopefully, the dawn of new fortunes in their 15,000-mile non-stop run from Hong Kong to New York. This duo on GAII is lagging behind their nemesis Sea Witch, the clipper ship that set the Hong Kong-New York record in 1849. But according to Wilson, the stage is set to make some gains.  more...

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