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Frostbite Racing in Manhasset Bay

Gregory Stebbins of Port Washington rigs his sailboat

Gregory Stebbins of Port Washington rigs his sailboat Saturday in preparation for the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. (Photo by John Dunn) Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

The Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington continues its "Frostbite Racing" tradition that began in the 1930s.

Gregory Stebbins of Port Washington rigs his sailboat
Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

Gregory Stebbins of Port Washington rigs his sailboat Saturday in preparation for the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. (Photo by John Dunn)

Catryn Silversack of Port Washington rigs his sailboat
Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

Catryn Silversack of Port Washington rigs his sailboat Saturday in preparation for the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. (Photo by John Dunn)

Sailors leave the dock to queue up at
Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

Sailors leave the dock to queue up at the start Saturday during the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. Laser class, IC class and Ideal 18 class boats were competing. (Photo by John Dunn)

Sailboats in the Ideal 18 class head out
Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

Sailboats in the Ideal 18 class head out on the course Saturday during the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. Laser class, IC class and Ideal 18 class boats were competing. (Photo by John Dunn)

Sailboats in the IC class queue up at
Photo Credit: Photo by John Dunn

Sailboats in the IC class queue up at the start Saturday during the annual Frostbite sailboat races at the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club in Port Washington. Laser class, IC class and Ideal 18 class boats were competing. (Photo by John Dunn)

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