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Articles from Offshore Yachting (June 1, 2009)

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'Royals' retains the Association Cup. Campbell, Peter Brief article 224
50-knot speed barrier broken by Australian trimaran. Brief article 279
A good time to buy a yacht? Brief article 256
Accidents at sea: are you legally covered? The recent court battle following the death of four sailors on Excalibur in 2002, which resulted in a boat builder being charged with manslaughter, is a sobering reminder of the weighty reality of legal liability in our sport. Owners and skippers should also be aware of their potential liability in the unfortunate event of an accident. Wells, Jenifer 1589
Admiral's Cup reflections: Australia's participation in the Admiral's Cup in England played a key role in establishing the international status of the cruising Yacht Club of Australia and the Rolex Sydney Hobart. Now the cup is being revived. Essay 1654
At the helm: with the Audi winter series 2009 in full swing thoughts now turn to heading north with the Audi Sydney gold coast race starting on Saturday 25 July and then onto the regattas at Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island in august. Allen, Matt Column 930
Australian's interested in admiral's cup revival: several prominent Australian yacht owners have indicated their interest in putting together a team if the famous admiral's cup international offshore teams racing series in England is revived in 2011. Campbell, Peter 727
Azzura Marine moves office to The Spit. Brief article 152
Barnacle-killing fungus a breakthrough for anti-foul paints. Brief article 183
Black knight: Bristolian is a magnificent French--kiwi collaboration with unique DNA. Waddilove, Guy Product/service evaluation 1861
Calling winter warriors. Twibill, Anthony; Buckman, Hillary 711
Canting keel yachts for 2009 Lord Howe Island race. Campbell, Peter 326
Council sinks Rose Bay marina proposal. Brief article 106
Cruel Wind: Business Post Naiad and the 1998 Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Disaster. Campbell, Peter Book review 1053
CYCA 50 year member cocktail party. Brief article 228
CYCA and Toga Hospitality support Father Chris Riley's Youth off the streets. 463
CYCA members: win a $9,850 trip to Alaska. Brief article 176
CYCA summer prize giving. Brief article 239
Dredging of Gold Coast Broadwater to commence. Brief article 204
Grilling Mr Beak: offshore yachting caught up with David Beak, skipper of Mr Beak's B.B.Q ribs, after his recent triumph in the CYCA'S Blue Water Pointscore to get the full story on his rapid rise to the front of a highly competitive ocean racing pack. Henry, Matthew Interview 1340
Kimberley Coast: the rugged and remote North Western Australia Coast surely represents the last great Australian sailing adventure. Knudsen, Nancy 1471
Loki takes the Trifecta in Audi Sydney Offshore Newcastle: Stephen Ainsworth's Loki dominated the second Audi Sydney Offshore Newcastle Race from start to finish taking the Trifecta with a line honours win, IRC Overall and a new race record. Crooks, Jennifer Cover story 426
Man overboard! Let's take another look at safety in harbour racing and ask--are your crew prepared for a man overboard situation? Campbell, Peter 643
Maxi Zana to sail again in the Audi Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race. 555
Offshore racing calendar. Calendar 756
Quest continues winning form at Port Stephens. O'Brien, Jody 438
Racing superyachts: the growth of bucket racing and superyacht cups has added a new dimension to owning a sailing superyacht allowing these sometimes huge vessels to race competitively. What does it take to race one of these machines? Waddilove, Guy 1884
Recession fails to dent interest in Fastnet. Campbell, Peter Brief article 253
Sail Melbourne to host ISAF Sailing World Cup until 2011. Brief article 285
Sail port Stephens. Brief article 158
Schoolgirl's round-the-world ambitions criticised. Brief article 178
Strong westerlies make for wild winter season opener. Crooks, Jennifer Brief article 225
Tasmanian yachtswoman wins ultimate endurance race. Campbell, Peter 388
The America's cup still dry-docked in the courts: just when the sailing community sighed with relief in the hope that the legal wrangling over the 33rd America's cup was finally over, the courts have again been drawn in to the lengthy land-locked battle. Wells, Jennifer 573
The owner: of all crew positions, owner would have to be the most important because without owners, no-one goes sailing. Ratcliff, Lisa 1367
Upset win as Souter beats Spithil. Crooks, Jennifer Brief article 261
Volvo Ocean Race Leg 7--near misses in the mist. 407
Warmer waters call as Hamilton Island and Airlie Beach regattas approach. 594

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