Gallery: Sirens of Lake Dillon at the 10th Timberline Cruiser Regatta (photos) |

Gallery: Sirens of Lake Dillon at the 10th Timberline Cruiser Regatta (photos)

Photos by Phil Lindeman
The crew of the Camp Robber, aka the Pink Pirates, before the Timberline Cruiser Regatta on June 24 at the Frisco Bay Marina. Left to right: Bill Darling, Dawn Darling and Kristen Kies, all of Denver.
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On June 24, close to 100 sailors and captains spread between 25 crews took to the waters on Lake Dillon for the 10th annual Timberline Cruiser Regatta, a fun race with crews vying for points and best times while dressed in pirate hats, viking attire and plenty of tie-dye. Crews could earn points by grilling on their boats, wearing the best costumes and serenading the elusive mermaids of Lake Dillon. They’re as real as the Loch Ness Monster, if only because we have photographic proof.

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