Sailing

Changing Winds of Sailing in Australia

Before colonial sailing was introduced in Australia, the people of Torres Strait Islands were already using large double outriggers with large sails, which have been

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Sailing on the Broadwater: Visitor’s Perspective

With 260 kilometres of navigable waters that include the Broadwater and the extensive canal systems and 57 kilometres of coastline, the Gold Coast is a

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Sailing The Dream

A young Aussie couple are making their dream of sailing the high seas a reality on a shoestring budget. Will you dare to do the

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Spectacular Sailing: Moreton Bay

Looking back: Summer races Summer sailing on Moreton Bay does not get any better than what we have already seen this year. The Manly Summer

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Moreton Bay: Sailing Ahead

Moreton Bay is the home of some sensational Australian and international sailing in 2018. The new year beckons a regatta series unlike any other –

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The Sail of the Season

Australian summers are always an event-filled season for the Gold Coast sailing scene. With races scheduled one after the other, sailors are constantly in for

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The Little Big Ship

Three men are admiring a bright red classic-looking small sailboat next to the boat ramp. I recognise one of them immediately. It is 10 years

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Champagne Sailing at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show 2017

A REPORT ON ALL THINGS SAILING Luxury sailing catamarans and monohulls will become an even more common sight in South East Queensland if buyer interest

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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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