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Yanmar re-powers harbour commuter ferries By Michael Blair, , 7:35 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
Rarely does a single commercial vessel go through such a transformation as the 'Harbour Cat', operated by Fullers of Auckland. But to transform the 'Tiger Cat' ferry and then repeat the exact process on 'Harbour Cat' confirms that the Yanmar 6HY-WET repowers have been an unqualified success. ... [more]

Andrew Scott joins Superior as General Manager By Jeni Bone, , 5:04 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
Andrew Scott has joined Superior as General Manager - a significant milestone in the evolution of this globally significant company. ... [more]

Wanted youth circumnavigators on a 'Voyage of Imagination' By Don McIntyre, , 4:32 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - Sail-World Cruising Int GMT
One of Australia’s great sailors and adventurers, Don McIntyre, is on the hunt for youth sailors who dare to dream of one day sailing around the world. With mentoring from young solo sailor Jessica Watson, together they hope to make that dream come true. ... [more]

Fish find sanctuary in Cove's Marina By Jordi Fanning, , 4:14 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
Sanctuary Cove Marina has become Southeast Queensland’s first ‘Fish Friendly’ Marina after being accredited by leading industry body, the Marina Industries Association (MIA). The Marina’s fish friendly status makes it one of only a handful to receive the recognition nationally and follows its re-accreditation as an International Clean Marina Level three by the MIA. ... [more]

Oracle Team USA prepares for racing By Erik Simonson, , 3:39 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
The crews at Oracle Team USA at Pier 80 have been busy of late packing up and readying for the transition from San Francisco to the new home on the Puget Sound in Washington. The team decreased their footprint at the pier to 1/2 of what was used during AC 34 shortly after their successful defense. ... [more]

2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - Fastest Jet Ski ever built By Emma Milne, , 3:13 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - The most powerful Jet Ski on the planet will be officially unveiled to the Australian public at the 2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo from October 17-19. ... [more]

PWA Alacati World Cup - All to play for on the final day By Chris Yates, , 3:13 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
There was all to play for on the final day of the 2014 Pegasus Airlines Alacati PWA World Cup as Julien Quentel (RRD / NeilPryde) looked to defend his overnight lead against good friend Antoine Albeau (RRD / NeilPryde), who was hoping to rain on his parade. However, the man from Saint Maarten held his nerve to be crowned champion for the first time in his PWA career. ... [more]

2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - 50 entries and counting By Jennifer Crooks, , 2:41 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - It’s all about the numbers for this year’s Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, with entries in the 70th edition of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s blue water classic swelling to 50, including classic yachts such as Love and War and the high-tech flying machines like Ichi Ban. ... [more]

Best Birthday Party ever at Southport Yacht Club! By Jeni Bone, , 1:47 AM Monday 01 Sep 2014 - GMT
Southport Yacht Club on Queensland’s Gold Coast is now offering party packages for the junior set, with access to your own party room, grassy play area and specially built kids’ playground, which opened in June. ... [more]

2014 Rowing Worlds: Golden campaign for New Zealand rowers By Rowing NZ, , 11:08 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
The New Zealand rowing team concluded the regatta with a tally of nine medals including six gold, two silver and one bronze. This is the largest number of gold medals won at a World Rowing Championships for New Zealand – making it the most successful campaign ever. New Zealand also backed up their world cup series win by topping the world rowing championships medal table ... [more]

America's Cup: Louis Vuitton Cup's Yves Carcelle dies at 66 By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 10:08 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
Yves Carcelle a long time supporter and backer of the Louis Vuitton Cup and the Challenger Series for the America's Cup has died of cancer at the age of 66yrs. Carcelle led Louis Vuitton's sponsorship and involvement in the America's Cup from the front. ... [more]

Sealink Magnetic Island Kite Marathon: Crane fastest across bay By John Byrne, Townsville , 9:48 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
There were two types of high-speed vessels travelling from Magnetic Island to Townsville yesterday. One was the Sealink high-speed catamaran ferry. The other were the competitors in the inaugural Sail Townsville Magnetic Island to Townsville kite board race ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2014 - In a class of its own + video By regattanews.com, , 7:12 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
Three-time runner up Alegre starts off as one of the favourites. Andres Soriano’s 2013 launch will be expected to use last year’s strong showing to good measure. Soriano’s former Alegre, now Swiss Alex Schaerer’s Caol Ila R, is one of four other boats in the championship reserved for racing Mini Maxis. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2014 - Maxis ready to race in Porto Cervo By Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, , 5:32 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
Organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in collaboration with the International Maxi Association and with the support of title sponsor Rolex, the event runs from 31st August to 6th September. These spectacular sailing yachts, many of which are over 100 feet in length, will take to the waters off Porto Cervo tomorrow, Monday 1st September for the first of five days of racing. ... [more]

Images of the Waitemata: More from RNZYS Winter Series - Gallery 3 By Ginger Photography, , 1:19 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Stephen Craig of Ginger Photography was out on the Waitemata, with camera in hand, and took this third gallery of images of the RNZYS Club Marine Winter Series Race sailed on Saturday. Conditions were rather testing with winds of around 25kts at times, rain most of the time and some fairly lumpy seas. ... [more]

Images of the Waitemata: More from RNZYS Winter Series By Ginger Photography, , 1:01 PM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Stephen Craig of Ginger Photography was out on the Waitemata, with camera in hand, and took this second gallery of images of the RNZYS Club Marine Winter Series Race sailed on Saturday. Conditions were rather testing with winds of around 25kts at times, rain most of the time and some fairly lumpy seas. ... [more]

Images of the Waitemata: RNZYS Winter Series - Ginger Photography By Ginger Photography, , 10:41 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Stephen Craig of Ginger Photography was out on the Waitemata, with camera in hand, and took these great images of the RNZYS Club Marine Winter Series Race sailed on Saturday. Conditions were rather testing with winds of around 25kts at times, rain most of the time and some fairly lumpy seas. ... [more]

From nursery to school: Research highlights critical fish habitats By James Cook University, , 9:01 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
Researchers have discovered that estuaries and salt marshes are many times more valuable as fish nurseries than was previously thought. Estuaries and salt marshes are often heavily impacted by human development and this new research highlights the importance of their protection and repair to protect fish stocks. ... [more]

SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week: worth the long wait on Day 3 By Tracey Johnstone, Magnetic Island , 8:23 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
It was worth the long wait for the breeze to fill and deliver a superb short course afternoon of racing in the seaLink Magnetic Island Race Week. The sailors made good use of the race postponement as the morning’s glassy conditions. Several took to the sparkling water to cool off while others found a spot in the shade of a mainsail or boom tent to hide from the hot sun. ... [more]

Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania Winter Series: Sydney Hobart entrant wins By Peter Campbell, , 7:41 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
The Peterson 41 revelled in the fresh to strong morning northerly breeze that averaged 18-20 knots, gusting to 24 knots, finishing fifth in fleet and first in Division two, beating overall Winter Series winner Footloose and line honours winner Peregrine, David Stephenson’s Farr 40, on corrected time. ... [more]

‘Hall of Fame’ status for Empire Marina By Jeni Bone, , 6:35 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
Empire Marina Bobbin Head in Sydney has been inducted into the newly created Australian ‘Marina Hall of Fame’ by the Marina Industries Association (MIA) at a ceremony held at the marina last week. ... [more]

EFG Moth Euro Cup 2014 - Swiss-British battle for the top By Moth Euro Cup, , 4:17 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
The sailors were greeted with another picture perfect day of racing today, laced with some grey skies and some occasional rain. The PRO, Eiko Dietrich, together with his team, was able to get four races off with some gusty southerly breeze between 12-18 knots. Early on it was Ben Paton setting the pace after changing to his KA Sail and his small front horizontal. ... [more]

18' Skiffs International Regatta - Day 6 wrap-up By Rich Roberts, , 3:31 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
2014 18' Skiff International Regatta - After a wild week of inflicting its fury on the 13th 18' Skiff International Regatta, San Francisco Bay got the message and greeted competitors Saturday with a modest 15 knots of summery breeze through the Golden Gate. ... [more]

2014 Rowing Worlds: Golden glory for new and experienced kiwi crews By Rowing NZ, , 2:46 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - GMT
The successful momentum that New Zealand has built in the smaller boat events was highlighted again today with three crews standing on the victory dais overnight. New Zealand rowers have bagged a total of five medals at the world rowing championships regatta in Amsterdam so far, including two Gold and a bronze that were won on the seventh day of competition. ... [more]

Inaugural Auckland Women Laser Cup at Panmure Lagoon Sailing Club By Andrew Dare, Panmure , 1:39 AM Sunday 31 Aug 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
The Panmure Lagoon Sailing Club will be organising the inaugural Auckland Women Laser Cup on Saturday 11th October. The regatta is open to Laser Standards, Radials and 4.7s. ... [more]

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