Video: Racing 70-miles up Puget Sound on a nesting dinghy

Tacoma and Port Townsend are separated by a span of 70-miles and, naturally, the folks that brought you the Race to Alaska decided it was a good idea to race it. Alas, lots of folks signed up for the inaugural Seventy48 (70-miles, 48-hours to complete it) and took to Puget Sound on all manner of row and paddle craft. One of those racers was Inger Rankin.

Thanks to our friends at Off Center Harbor, you can relive Inger’s amazing race on PT-11 Nesting Dinghy by CLICKING HERE or on the image below. And yes, you read that right, 70-miles on a nesting dinghy…

Also, make sure to sign up to get more of their great videos, including an in-depth look at the PT-11 Nesting Dinghy and the Gougeon 32 on which Russell Brown set the R2AK solo record – twice!

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