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Countdown for Loki: just over a year ago, Loki lay in ruins, smashed and abandoned against the rocky shores of Sicily after an ill fated middle sea race campaign. But like the incorrigible Norse deity whose name it bears, Loki is back to cause mischief for its contemporaries. This time resurrected in the form of a 63-foot Reichel-Pugh. Offshore yachting followed Loki's swift return to racing in the lead up to the Rolex Sydney Hobart. Feb 1, 2009 1649
Sailing Maine: shell heaps reveal that Indians have been visiting mount desert island off the coast of Maine in the US for about 6,000 years, and with good reason: the island's mix of history, seasonal colours, pine trees and lobsters give it a charm all its own. Oct 1, 2008 1444
Aussies go for the cup! Like Alan Bond before them, the crew of Senta try to wrest the cup from the Americans. Unlike Bond, they miss out. Hopefully the race will not be their swan song! Oct 1, 2007 852
Stephen Ainsworth Corinthian Spirit: Sydney yachtsman Stephen Ainsworth is taking his Reichel Pugh 60 Loki, winner of last year's CYCA's Rolex trophy, overseas to take part in some of the most prestigious races in the Northern hemisphere. We ask him about his plans and ambitions. Interview Jun 1, 2007 1296
Lord Howe sail away from it all: leave your cellphone at home and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle on Lord Howe Island. Jun 1, 2007 1393

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