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The finish and dockside with Comanche

Comanche has done it. Following a retirement, and getting themselves back in the race, the boat from Newport R.I. has won the Rolex Sydney Hobart on line honours, the first international boat since Alfa Romeo in 2009.
Enjoy the action from on Constitution Dock including the emotion, and just who made the call and repairs to keep this boat in the race.The media scrum with Jim Clark, Kristy Clark (first female owner to win the Hobart on line honours) and Ken Read, an interview with Phil “Wendy” Harmer that Jimmy Spithill crashes, and Ken Read one-on-one with the trophy!
To see the actual arrivals, check out the three live videos – the boat sailing up the Derwent, the finish in the dark, and the dock party on Periscope!

Comanche racing up the Derwent

The finish – in the dark

The dock party

Dockside in Hobart with Comanche

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