Sailing

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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Why Ocean Sailing Podcasts Are Addictive

How can we keep sailor’s stories alive? David Hows tells us about his podcasts, where the story-telling happens conveniently using personal computers or mobile devices

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SAILING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Paradise Point Sailing Club began operations in November 2008. The Club’s main goals are to introduce children, youth, families, adults, and community groups and associations

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Onyx Sailing with the New Generation

Devout yachtie Dave Hutcheson admits he had never sailed competitively before he purchased the Sydney 32 Onyx at the start of this year. In fact,

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Mono or Multi: Which Hull is Better?

Tossing up between a monohull vessel and a catamaran—maybe even a trimaran? Sorry, can’t help you! Monos, cats and tris are all great vessels, and

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Gold Coast Sailing Club

The Gold Coast Sailing Club has been operating at Varsity Lakes for almost 10 years. The gold medal winning venue that houses the Club is centrally

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Social Sailing at Twilight

Twilight Sailing is a popular activity among the members of the Southport Yacht Club (SYC)—both for active sailors and non-sailing members. Every Thursday, at twilight,

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Vacuwash – Award Winning Yacht Sail & Canvas Cleaning Technology

Every now and then you come across a new business that screams to you, “Why hasn’t anyone done this before?” This new product from Vacuwash

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Gold Coast sailing Race Month: January 2016

The Gold Coast is the place to be for yacht racing this January. With the Coffs to Paradise Race on 7 January, followed by Sail

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