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Articles from Offshore Yachting (August 1, 2009)

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"Mark room!" The racing rules of sailing have been updated for 2009 to 2012 with changes any racing sailor should know about. This is first in a three-part series examines changes to rules regulating mark rounding and right of way. Pryke, Mark 1744
150 yachts expected for Hamilton Island Race Week. Brief article 321
20-Year Plus members dinner. Brief article 127
Alfa male: few have dominated the European grand prix yacht racing scene over the last few years as Neville Cichton with his 100-footer Alfa Romeo II. The Sydney-based Kiwi is bringing the boat bact to Australia to take on Wild Oats XI and potentially a wider fleet of 100-foot Maxis in the 2009 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. Henry, Matthew 1858
At the helm: by the time you read this the Audi Sydney gold coast race will have been run and won. At the time of writing the fleet for the race is 81 yachts well up on last year's fleet. It is pleasing to see that the current economic climate recession has not had a detrimental effect on fleet numbers for our races. Allen, Matt Column 739
Audi Winter Series 2009: after 10 races in the Audi Winter Series 2009 pointscore, it all came down to the last race (RACE 11) to decide the winners in each division. Crooks, Jennifer 705
Audi Winter Series prize giving. Brief article 129
Barking Mad Farr too good. Brief article 315
Bavaria unveils new Farr-designed Cruiser 32. Brief article 156
Bavaria. Brief article 84
Best of both worlds--sail and power: on charter with Ocean Dynamics: luxury yacht charter company Ocean Dynamics, best known for its Hamilton Island-based motor cruisers, has introduced to their fleet a brand new Marten 49 high-performance sailing yacht Ocean Affinity and the ultra-chic new Aqua Bay 70 sports motor yacht. 812
Buyer beware: there are some simple steps you can take which could help you avoid an expensive mistake or boating nightmare when you buy your next yacht. Wells, Jenifer 1449
By any other name ... Geelong Week seeks new sponsor. 338
CYCA blasts squadron in etchells shootout. 457
CYCA Winter ball 2009. Brief article 157
Dialed to perfection: a good suite of navigation electronics is indispensible to the modern ocean racing sailor, but not all are created equal. Offshore has examined some of the best products designed for racing currently available on the market. Wolfe, Kevan Product/service evaluation 1481
Erica J--60 years young. 764
First aboard: sailing the new Beneteau First 40. Twibill, Anthony Column 821
Freewheeling from Langkawi to Phuket: rediscovering the simple joy of living, adrift in the warm and tranquil waters of Thailand's spectacular south west coastline. Mundle, Rob Travel narrative 2080
Golden oldies flock to Lord Howe Island Race. Campbell, Peter 442
Hiatt and Roberts to battle again at Airlie Beach Race Week. 472
Hood Sails. Brief article 167
Liberty! With luxurious comforts, French flair and a modern hull from the drawing board of Philippe Briand, the new Jeanneau 57 promises emancipation from the Mundane. Briand, Philippe 1233
NCYC plans Cat 1 ocean race for 2010. Brief article 249
NSW volunteer marine rescue services given $3 million. Brief article 308
Nuts & bolt: in his first column for Offshore, renowned North American yachting journalist Chris Caswell cleans out his garage. It's a guy thing. Caswell, Chris Column 847
Offshore racing calendar. Calendar 1345
Open season. Twibill, Anthony; Buckman, Hillary Column 387
Quantum leap--Pryde wins Koh Samui regatta. Brief article 241
Round Australia race draws big wheels in ocean racing. 452
Sailing your level best: Australia's own seawind catamarans, manufactured in the Sydney suburb of bellambi, have been perfecting their boatbuilding trade for 25 years. Over this time their family-friendly sailing cats have been re-designed, tweaked and fine-tuned many times over since their inaugural win of Australian sailboat of the year in 1995 and once again exactly 10 years later in 2005. Twibill, Anthony 1539
Sightie's story: in this second instalment in Offshores series on the Admiral's Cup, Richard "Sightie" Hammond shares his vivid recollections of how Australia conquered the unofficial world championship of ocean racing. Hammond, Richard "Sightie" Column 2026
SOLAS to the rescue, $16k donated to Westpac Helicopter. Brief article 295
Stepping up: one of the true rising stars of the CYCA's Youth Sailing Academy, Evan Walker is gearing up to step into a wider world of sailing on the international circuit next year. Offshore Yachting caught up with the talented and ambitious 22-year-old while he was enjoying a well-learned break from university exams and a busy 2009 sailing program. Henry, Matthew Interview 2209
Sunderland claims world's youngest circumnavigation. Brief article 203
Sydney on show: 2009 has been a tough year in the boating industry but all that will be swept aside with another exciting boat show coming to town. Henry, Matthew 915
The boxing kangaroo and the Britist bulldog. Campbell, Peter Essay 724
The cat is out of the bag--Alinghi reveals America's Cup multihull. 380
The Sydney To Hobart Yacht Race. Campbell, Peter Book review 844
Top Gun fire at Australian Women's Keelboat Regatta. 357
Volvo over, Ericsson 4 wins. 355
Volvo Penta announces relocation and restructure. Brief article 153
Wally launches 100-footer Y3K. Brief article 181
Win a cruise on the Queen Victoria in SOLAS raffle. Brief article 263
Yachties given real-time access to ocean data. 594
Yachtsmen awarded with Queen's Birthday Honours. 676
Yoti appoints Greg Cockle to sales team. Brief article 158
Youth Sailing Academy: the 2009 season so far ... the CYCA's Youth Sailing Academy (YSA) has had a busy year training up the next generation of Australian sailing talent, and there's still plenty more to come in the second half of 2009. Scrivenor, Pam 768

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