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    Go Fast. Go North.

    750 miles. No motors. No support teams. First boat to finish wins $10,000, second wins some steak knives. This isn't your typical yacht race - It's America's Cup for Dirtbags.

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    Go Fast. Go North.

    Directed by Spencer Weber 2017 99 min

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    Go Fast. Go North.

    The Race2Alaska is one of adventure racing's greatest competitions - challenging mariners to navigate 750 miles of BC's most infamous waterways by human or wind power alone. The rules are simple: no motors (no, not even as a safety precaution), no outside help or support, first boat over the line wins...

    Follow Team Hot Mess, a group of 4 young sailors from BC, as they race the elements, and 46 other teams, to Ketchikan, Alaska.

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