Sailing

Two Bows Are Better Than One

Rob Denney has been building and playing with boats for decades, but he still vividly remembers the day he was sitting on an offshore cat,

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Monos Versus Multis

Long-time monohull owner CAROLINE STRAINIG takes a walk on the dark side to see how monos and multis stack up when it comes to sailing

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Stepping up in sailing

There is a new cutting edge sailing program for those who aspire to be more competent club racers, compete at State, National or World Championships,

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Complete Sail Boat Motor Systems

Oceanvolt offers complete electric and hybrid motor systems with clear benefits compared to diesel motors. The system creates energy while sailing, is silent, lightweight and maintenance free. You can

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From ski to sail: Kerry Noyes

Kerry Noyes is the current Commodore of the Southport Yacht Club, and is the first female commodore in the Club’s history. She moved to the

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Adventure Under the Sails

South Passage is a 100-foot (30.5m), gaff-rigged schooner. Based on the designs of the 19th century pilot schooners that operated off the east coast of

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Gold Coast “Festival of Sailing” Month

January on the Gold Coast really is like a festival of sailing.   Starting in Sydney on Boxing Day with the Sydney-Hobart race, the Gold

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Whitsunday Racing 2016: More Gold Coast boats reach the podium

The Gold Coast boats have again shown they are a force to be reckoned with in this year’s Whitsunday race series. For the second year

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Diary of a Clipper Race Sailor

Prior to Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, I had very limited sailing experience. I grew up near the Broadwater and my parents had a

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Tamborine Mountain Boat Builders

Mount Tamborine resonates of rainforest scenes and smells, the arts and the crafts. But did you know there are boats being built up there? Andy

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