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Doyle Sails congratulate winners of Farr 1020 Nationals By Doyle Sails Media, 7:50 PM Mon 11 Apr 2011
Doyle Sails would like to congratulate the winners of this weekend’s NZ Farr 1020 Nationals: Phil Yuill’s 'Max Headroom' for line victory in the series and Michael Lanigan’s 'Share Delight' for overall handicap victory. Congratulations also to 'Shockran' helmed by Joe Brownlee which finishing a close second in both categories after the five race series. ...[more]

Barcelona World Race - Hugo Boss Main Sail repair By Barcelona World Race, 5:52 AM Wed 9 Feb 2011
Barcelona World Race - For those of you who have been following Hugo Boss in the Barcelona World Race, you will know the boat had a problem with its main sail. Below is a blog from Andy talking about the problems they encountered. ...[more]

Congratulations Secret Mens's Business 3.5 from Doyle Sails Australia By Guy Waddilove, Sydney , 7:55 PM Thu 30 Dec 2010
Doyle Sails Australia wishes to congratulate the owners and crew of Secret Men's Business on their win. ...[more]

Doyle Sails NZ signs up VOR vet Justin Ferris By Guy Waddilove, Sydney , 7:31 PM Tue 21 Dec 2010
Doyle Sails has bolstered its internationally respected design team in Auckland, New Zealand, signing up renowned helmsman and trimmer Justin Ferris. He has been involved with three Volvo Ocean Races, racing with Pirates of the Caribbean and Puma Ocean Racing as well as some of the worlds top racing programmes including Wild Oats XI, Speedboat, Rambler and Konica Minolta amongst others. ...[more]

Doyle Sails: Leading the fleet around the States By Guy Waddilove, Sydney , 7:23 AM Wed 24 Nov 2010
Doyle Sails has been helping to get results on the water in South Australia, New South Wales and Tasmania with Secret Men’s Business 3.5, Flying Cloud and Dekadence amongst those collecting silverware over the last couple of weeks. ...[more]

Doyle Sails - October 2010 Newsletter By Doyle Sails, 8:25 PM Tue 5 Oct 2010
It has been nearly three months now since Doyle Sails Australia's Sydney operations were expanded with financial and technical support from Doyle Sails New Zealand. For Sydney the expansion resulted in a move back into the Rushcutters Bay loft and a push on the marketing side. ...[more]

Doyle Australia announces a major expansion in Sydney By Guy Waddilove and Sail-World, Sydney , 9:23 AM Sun 18 Jul 2010
Doyle Sails Sydney is to undergo a significant transformation with the announcement of a strategic partnership with Doyle Sails New Zealand and the re-opening of its Rushcutters Bay loft. The partnership will see Doyle's presence in Sydney grow considerably enabling the company to give better service to its customers and direct access to Doyle's patented Stratis laminated sails. ...[more]

Doyle Sails Loft seminar - Electronics Tues night By Sail-World, 7:35 AM Mon 13 Oct 2008
Doyle Sails Loft is running a seminar on Tuesday, October 14 from 7.00pm at the Doyle Sails Loft, Neild Avenue, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney including a computers and programs talk for onboard sailing by Frank Walker and Jeff Lenton. ...[more]

Free talks at Doyle Sailmakers By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 12:26 PM Fri 16 Nov 2007
Doyle Sails are continuing their popular series of talks about racing from a sail maker’s perspective. Last week Doyle’s Nev Wittey and John Hearne hosted a talk titled ‘Fast is Fun!’ at their Sydney loft. Tonight John Hearne will be delivering a similar presentation at the Bateman’s Bay Yacht Club and everyone is welcome to attend. Keen sailors are invited to make a weekend of it: Hearne will pro ...[more]

1st sails from Doyle’s China loft pass Osaka test By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 8:30 AM Mon 30 Jul 2007
South Australian shipwright Tom Crabb had always dreamed of entering the Melbourne Osaka yacht race, but life kept getting in the way. The 5,500 nautical mile race is considered to be one of the toughest short handed races in the world. It requires a significant commitment in terms of time, boat preparation and funding. In March of this year he finally lined his Adams 11.9 ‘Southern Light’ up at the Melbourne start. Observers may have noticed that Southern Light was sporting an expensive looking set of brand new headsails, and the story of how they got on his boat is worth relating. ...[more]

A Wittey weapon in the sail locker By Nautical Media Partners, 3:08 PM Tue 20 Mar 2007
In their quest to provide all sailors with the ultimate in quality, skills and service, Doyle Sails Australia proudly announce Neville Wittey has joined their Sydney Loft. ...[more]

Sailing industry expanding into China By Julie Sharpe, 6:41 PM Wed 28 Feb 2007
For the last two years the Doyle Sail Making group has been working quietly to expand into China. In March 2007 Doyle Australia is opening its new Doyle loft in China in Qingdao, the site of the 2008 Olympic regatta. ...[more]

Veteran's 'Quest' for Rolex Sydney Hobart win By Peter Campbell, 3:43 PM Mon 11 Oct 2004
Veteran Tasmanian yachtsman John Bennetto has bought the champion ocean racing yacht Quest to skipper in the 60th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race – in what will be the 44th time he has sailed in the ocean classic, a record for the event. ...[more]

Konica Minolta clicks By Al Constable, 3:03 PM Sat 31 Jul 2004
Ten minutes out the Heads, the big Code One snapped into place and the Kiwi giant Konica Minolta accelerated northwards. ...[more]

Dimension-Polyant takes over Sail Membrane Production ‘D4’ By Dimension Polyant and TetraMedia Sail-World, 3:09 PM Wed 4 Feb 2004
From February 1st, 2004 Dimension-Polyant, the world's leading manufacturer of sailcloth, is taking over the complete Membrane Technology ‘D4’ developed by Fraser Sails of Somersby NSW, Australia and the experienced team of employees under Bob Fraser. ...[more]

D4 sails dominating Challenge Mondial Assistance By Rob Kothe & Kate Jennings, 4:57 AM Tue 20 May 2003
At the 1600 positional report on Monday afternoon 19 May with less than 400 miles to the finish line in this gruelling 2,705 miles race, the four leading boats ‘Groupama’, ‘Geant’, ‘Banque Populaire’ and ‘Bonduelle’ all have Australian developed D4 sails in their inventory. ...[more]

D4’s Great Quest By Doyle Fraser Press Release, 5:09 PM Fri 31 Jan 2003
Quest – Bob Steel’s Nelson Marek 46 that recently won the 2002 Rolex Sydney to Hobart on corrected time - has now taken out the IRC division of the Australian Offshore Championship. The Championship, conducted by the Royal Victorian Yacht Club attracted some of the hottest yachts in Australia racing under IRC. ...[more]

Quest defends Sydney to Mooloolaba title By Ian Grant, 5:34 PM Thu 30 Jan 2003
Quest, Bob Steel’s undisputed Australian offshore yacht racing champion will defend her 2002 Sydney to Mooloolaba trophy win in the 2003 coastal classic starting on Wednesday April 9th. The high performance ocean racer completely revamped with the latest speed sailing technology including the Doyle Fraser D4 Carbon sail system has dominated Australian ocean racing since winning Sydney-Mooloolaba last autumn. ...[more]

Doyle Fraser’s D4 powers on in 2003 By The Sail-World Team, 7:01 AM Tue 28 Jan 2003
2002 was a great year for the Australian developed D4 sail making system and now 2003 is continuing to be just as strong. ...[more]

Australia's Foreign Affair wins Key West for second year By Ricard Perini, 8:56 AM Sat 25 Jan 2003
Skipper Richard Perini reports from ther last day of Key West 2003. We woke this morning to the coldest Key West day on record, 40 degrees F, with the wind howling from the North at 25+. The RC postponed the start for 1 1/2 hours and announced there would be only one race today, which suited us just fine! ...[more]

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