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Oz Honours for Sailors, Etchells, Alfa Romeo, more

by Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team on 13 Jun 2006
A great long weekend, capped off with the World Cup 3-1 against Japan late last night.

We posted our first ever Sail-World survey on Saturday and had an amazing response right through the weekend. To all those who filled in the survey, thanks a lot, if you’ve not yet done so, we would very much appreciate 5 minutes of your time.

We now have a much better understanding of what our audience wants to hear about and you will see changes coming from the results of this survey, so please make sure you respond.

Please note this survey for Australian readers. We will have an International Survey for readers from outside Australia shortly, so please leave this one alone.

http://www.tetra-media.com/sailworld/survey.cfm?id=1

The new Alfa Romeo is sweeping all before her in the Med. Al the latest here.

Queens Birthday honours for three Australians active in the sailing community.

Geronimo sets new Pacific record. The Clipper Fleet reaches Panama.

The Etchells Mid-winter news from Stripey Grant. The latest on Gipsy Moth IV.

Brunel second in the Silver fleet into Rotterdam. All the news here.

Easy Tiger wins BoatMate Sydney 38 Match Racing.

470’s, 18 foot skiffs in Europe and 10 days to Valencia Louis Vuitton Act 12
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