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The most famous boat in the world - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Sail-World.com AUS Editor
Goes by a lot of nicknames, but you'd think Comanche fits the bill wherever she goes Emailed on 20 May
This isn't what I expected - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
I'm very surprised just how different the new AC75s are Emailed on 14 May
Pre-eminence - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Sail-World.com AUS Editor
Not too hard to work out that I am unabashedly Australian Emailed on 6 May
Grabbing chances with both hands - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
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Can bad weather actually lead to more sailing? Emailed on 30 Apr
No result without resolve - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
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by Mark Jardine
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Alive and Kicking - B2G - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
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by Mark Jardine & Bene Donovan
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Thirteen from Fourteen - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Not races in a sprint series - we're talking years! Emailed on 27 Mar
Shaking off the rust - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Sunday was what I'd count as the start of my 'sailing season' Emailed on 18 Mar
The Maiden. A Triple. Four Bullets. (...and loads of names) - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
I kind of like our Managing Editor's name for 18-footers: The Kings of the Lowriding World Emailed on 11 Mar
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by Mark Jardine
I've written a lot about the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show in the past and will in the future Emailed on 4 Mar
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by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Categorically been on the Mixed two-handed offshore bandwagon from the beginning Emailed on 26 Feb
It's a wrap! - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
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Small Packages - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
You know? It is all about really good things Emailed on 13 Feb
In Rarefied Company - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Winning the ILCA 7 Worlds is one of the pinnacle achievements in sailing Emailed on 6 Feb
Contesting the Contenders - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
The Gippsland Lakes Yacht Club recently held the 2024 Contender Australian Championship Emailed on 28 Jan
The Kings of the Lowriding World and exciting projects at boot - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
And exciting projects at boot Düsseldorf Emailed on 24 Jan
U can't touch this - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Reputedly, the very words that came out of MC Hammer's mouth that created the song Emailed on 15 Jan
Twenty Twenty-Four starts in style - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
The first week of the year has begun in extraordinary fashion Emailed on 8 Jan
Upcycling your Recycling - Brother from another Mother - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Brother from another mother Emailed on 22 Dec 2023
The VAR of sailing, and it actually works! - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Whichever way you look at VAR, it's controversial Emailed on 12 Dec 2023
Of foiling boats and taverns - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Televising the AC40 racing for the masses Emailed on 3 Dec 2023
Is there a need for speed? - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
That famous line by Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in Top Gun Emailed on 27 Nov 2023
It's not just about the racing - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Had occasion to be invited to attend a luncheon Emailed on 19 Nov 2023
The greatest event that almost never was - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Why the SSL Gold Cup could well be the most important event in the history of sailing Emailed on 15 Nov 2023
Bold as brass - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
You might expect a cute little French name on a French boat Emailed on 7 Nov 2023
Not into the eye of the storm - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Quite rightly, the Transat Jacques Vabre start didn't go as initially planned on Sunday Emailed on 31 Oct 2023
Can we learn from F1 and Group 5? - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
No doubt the origin of the proposition came from the latest IMOCA statement Emailed on 22 Oct 2023
Up and down, inside-out SailGP - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
A criticism that is often levelled at Formula 1 motor racing is that it's too predictable Emailed on 16 Oct 2023
Not a 205 T16 - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
As that would be the homologation special Emailed on 8 Oct 2023
Build Sailing Participation 101 - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
A great idea becomes reality thanks to the can-do attitude to make it happen Emailed on 2 Oct 2023
Upcycling your Recycling – Sister from another Mister - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Over on our sister site Powerboat.World, we ran an Editorial entitled, Upcycling your Recycling Emailed on 24 Sep 2023
Compare and contrast - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
"Pretty painful yachting," was how Glen Ashby described the Match Race Grand Final in Vilanova Emailed on 18 Sep 2023
No pressure - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
No matter which way I looked at it, linking these things was just bound to add to it Emailed on 10 Sep 2023
The State of Play of Sailing - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
What's working, what isn't, how clubs, classes and events are faring Emailed on 5 Sep 2023
Wonder Mike, Big Bank Hank, and The Lyric or Master Gee - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Only our story is about the Tweaker's Delight. So that's the Figaro Beneteau 3 Emailed on 27 Aug 2023
When great X-pectations are surpassed - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
The X-Yachts Gold Cup is something special Emailed on 21 Aug 2023
Grandmaster Flash - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
The message. Are you with me? Emailed on 13 Aug 2023
The Wonderful World of Regatta Weeks - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
Appealing to sailors across the full age range, and nearly every conceivable type of boat Emailed on 8 Aug 2023
Remove AFTER Flight! - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Normally that instruction reads Remove BEFORE Flight Emailed on 30 Jul 2023
The Great Gig in the Sea - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
On the horizon is the Ocean Globe Race, the next brainchild of Don McIntyre Emailed on 27 Jul 2023
Commanding the stage - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Did someone say about time? Must have... Emailed on 16 Jul 2023
Natural amphitheatres - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
What is most important to you when you race your boat? Emailed on 11 Jul 2023
Is the cookie cutter relevant in the digital age? - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Please note that this is an oversimplification, but there is still plenty of reason Emailed on 4 Jul 2023
Can you still judge a boat by its lines? - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
A great classic just looks right, and it's not just the gleaming varnish Emailed on 27 Jun 2023
Of National Importance - talking with John Bertrand AO - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
And this is exactly how The Great Man (John Bertrand AO) put it to me Emailed on 18 Jun 2023
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by Mark Jardine
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A tale of two daughters - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS
Ken Read tells his human daughter she has a sister; it still brings about a smile Emailed on 6 Jun 2023
Sydney Harbour Marathon - Reviving a classic - Sail-World.com Australia newsletter
by Mark Jardine
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