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J/70 sailboats round a turn buoy Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. Italian-flagged Calvi Network, left, with Carlo Alberini at the helm, placed first in the 54-boat J/70 class, the largest of 10 classes that comprised a 114-boat fleet that competed in the five-day regatta that ended Friday off the Florida Keys. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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J/70 boats sail under spinnakers Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, during the fifth and final day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. The five-day event off the Florida Keys featured 114 sailing vessels and their crews who competed in 10 different classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Swiss-flagged Armin Strom, with Flavio Marazzi at the helm, goes almost completely airborne Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Following the fifth and final day of racing, Armin Strom won the Great Cup 32 class that is inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Bella Mente, skippered by Hap Fauth, sails to an overall IRC 1 class victory Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day regatta off the Florida Keys attracted 114 entries that were divided into 10 classes. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Netherlands-flagged Leenabarca, skippered by Alexander Jackson, skims on the Atlantic Ocean Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. The GC32 foiling catamaran class is new to Key West this year and inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats. The final races of the five-day regatta is set for Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Swiss-flagged Armin Strom, left, with Flavio Marazzi at the helm, leads Great Cup 32 catamarans Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. Entering the final day of racing, Friday, Jan. 23, Armin Strom and two other GC32 class boats have 16 points each. The GC32 foiling catamaran class is new to Key West this year and inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Norwegian-flagged Party Girl, right, skippered by Jens Altern Wathne, pushes ahead Zig-Zag, left, a U.S. boat owned by Marty Jensen, during the fourth day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, off Key West, Fla. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Bella Mente, right, skippered by Hap Fauth, maintains a lead ahead of Shockwave, with George Sakellaris at the helm, during the fourth day of racing, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. Entering the final day of racing, Friday, Jan. 23, Fauth has a slight IRC 1 class edge over Numbers, skippered by Gunter Buerman. Shockwave is in third. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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IRC 2 class sailboats make the turn at the windward mark Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, during the third day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day event, that has attracted 115 entries divided into 10 classes is set to conclude Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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J/70s sailboats navigate under spinnakers during the third day of racing Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, at the Quantum Key West regatta off Key West, Fla. With 54 entries, the J/70 class is the largest of the 10-class fleet that has attracted 115 sailing vessels to the Florida Keys. The five-day regatta is to continue through Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Argo, skippered by Jason Carroll, passes a turn buoy Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, during the third day of racing at the Quantum Key West Sailing Regatta in Key West, Fla. Argo leads the Great Cup 32 foiling catamaran class which is new to Key West this year and inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Bella Mente, skippered by Hap Fauth with tactician Terry Hutchinson, tacks after crossing the start line Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, during the third day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Afterwards, the boat grounded on an uncharted, underwater obstacle that caused damage to the vessel's keel. Before the grounding, Fauth and his crew had a solid lead in the IRC 1 class, but now the gap has closed entering the final two days of racing for the event that ends Friday, Jan. 23. Hutchinson said the crew has pulled the boat from the water and work through Wednesday night to effect repairs. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Argo, skippered by Jason Carroll, skims the ocean's surface during the first day of racing Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, at the Quantum Key West Sailing Regatta in Key West, Fla. Argo leads the Great Cup 32 foiling catamaran class which is new to Key West this year and inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Leenbarca, right, skippered by Alexander Jackson, speeds past Numbers, with Gunther Buerman at the helm, Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, during the first day of racing at the five-day Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. Numbers is racing in the IRC1 class and Netherlands boat Leenbarca is competing in the Great Cup 32 class, a new division this year in Key West with foiling catamarans inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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J/70s sailboats show off their spinnakers during the first day of racing at the Quantum Key West regatta off Key West, Fla. With 54 entries, the J/70 class is the largest of the 10-class fleet that has attracted 115 sailing vessels to the Florida Keys. The five-day regatta is to continue through Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Great Cup 32 class Swiss entry Armin Strom, left, skippered by Flavio Marazzi, maintains a lead over French-flagged ZouLou with Erk Maris steering during the first day of racing Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, at the five-day Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The foiling catamarans are new class this year in Key West, inspired by America's Cup multi-hulled boats. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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J/70 sailboats cross the start line during the first day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta off Key West, Fla. With 54 entries, the J/70 class is the largest of the 10-class fleet with a total of 115 sailing vessels competing off the Florida Keys. The five-day regatta is to continue through Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Swiss-flagged Armin Strom, skippered by Flavio Marazzi, skims above the ocean during the second day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day event is to conclude Friday, Jan. 23. Armin Strom is a Great Cup 32-class foiling catamaran that mimics modern America’s Cup vessels on a smaller scale. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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IRC 2-class boat Otra Vez, skiuppered by William Coates of Houston, Texas, heads to a downwind turn marker Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, during the second day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day event is to conclude Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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J/70-class boats sail under spinnakers during the second day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day event, that has attracted 115 entries divided into 10 classes, is set to conclude Friday, Jan. 23. With 54 boats, J/70s comprise the largest of sector of the 10-class fleet. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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IRC 2 sailboats are silhouetted against the sky after crossing the start line Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, during the second day of racing at the Quantum Key West sailing regatta in Key West, Fla. The five-day event, that has attracted 115 entries, divided into 10 classes, is set to conclude Friday, Jan. 23. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Ken Stanek/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)