The Transpac is Full-on!

othing says “Transpac”—barreling toward the finish off Hawaii’s Diamond Head. After a tumultuous 2020, sailboat racing, including the 2,225-nautical-mile biennial Transpac, is back. For more on the state of racing in the age of Covid-19, see on page 40. For details on this year’s Transpac, visit .

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