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Participants in the Havana Challenge, a first-of-its kind sailing event in 50 years, were scheduled to launch their main race this morning from Key West to Havana.
It's the second of three races in the challenge that features 16-foot Hobie catamarans. The first was the Gulf Stream Shakedown about 15 miles off Key West earlier this week.
Today it's a dozen Hobie cat teams (two people per boat) racing across the Florida Straits to Marina Hemingway about 90 miles away. This afternoon when they're expected to arrive, they'll be greeted by Jose Escrich, commodore of Marina Hemingway. Sunday is the awards ceremony, expected to be presided over by Key West Mayor Craig Cates.