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The feeling of Zen

The feeling of Zen | We look back on a great week of yachting at Sail Port Stephens 2022. The regatta organisers laid on a perfect variation of courses to suit the variable conditions for five glorious days of racing. The eight-strong TP52 fleet spent the week racing windward-leeward races, with the third race of …

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The history of 6m Nada, and the restoration story at Woodstock

The history of 6m Nada, and the restoration story at Woodstock | Following a passionate dream of many years, in 2005, Woodstock began the project of rebuilding the 1930 Fife 6 Metre ‘Nada’. Applying a fusion of sophisticated and traditional techniques, she boasts the design genius of a previous millennium and the best construction skills …

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Dean Barker wins Harken Young 88 Nationals onboard Doyle powered Dangerzone for the second time.

Congratulations to the 2022 Harken Young 88 National Champions, Dangerzone! Skipper Dean Barker and his crew of America’s Cup stalwarts have repeated their 2021 title win in emphatic style, winning 5 of the 7 races over the weekend and showing his experience in the lighter breeze. With a crew that included Jeremy Lomas, Richard Meecham, …

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Sydney 38 ‘Faster Forward’ takes overall win in ORCV Melbourne to Hobart

Sydney 38 ‘Faster Forward’ takes the handicap win the Ocean Racing Club of Victoria‘s 2021 Melbourne to Hobart. As one of the smallest yachts in the fleet, the Sydney 38, won the ‘West Coaster’ Race on handicap, despite the odds. Matt Fahey and his crew of six sailed Faster Forward across the Derwent River finish …

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