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    The OD 34 class yacht NEW MOON designed by Doug Peterson and built and skippered by Jeremy Rogers, the first of a new class of one-design yachts, racing under spinnaker in the Solent
    © Barry Pickthall / PPL
    The British Admiral's Cup team yacht MOONSHINE designed by Doug Peterson and built and skippered by Jeremy Rogers, won the 1977 Admiral's Cup with team yachts MORNING CLOUD (Edward Heath) and MARIONETTE (Chris Dunning)
    © Barry Pickthall / PPL
    Runaway, designed built and campaigned by John Lidgard was part of the 1971 Southern Cross Cup winning NZ team of One Tonners
    © NZ Weekly News
    Swedish flagged VOR60 Intrum Justitia's crewed by Pierre Mas and skippered by Roger Nilson and Lawrie Smith for the 1993-94 Whitbread Round the World Race
    © PPL
    Great Veterans Race
    © Sharon Green / Ultimate Sailing
    Flyer II
    © DR The Ocean Race
    Flyer II, winner of the Whitbread Round the World Race (1981-82)
    © DR The Ocean Race
    L'Esprit d'Équipe is overall winner of the Whitbread trophy in 1986, led by Frenchman Lionel Péan
    © PPL
    Flyer, winner of the 1977–78 Whitbread Round the World Race, skippered by Conny van Rietschoten
    © PPL
    L'Esprit d'Équipe is overall winner of the Whitbread trophy in 1986, led by Frenchman Lionel Péan
    © Christian Février
    The Epiglass sponsored Farr 40fter 'Epic Lass' sailing in Auckland prior to being repainted in team colours and renamed as 'Epic'
    © New Zealand Yachting
    Canterbury and Epic - backed by Epiglass contesting the 1985 Admirals Cup in Cowes
    © New Zealand Yachting
    Rainbow II One Ton Cup winner
    © Unknown
    Epiglass were a backer of Peter Blake's Lion NZ campaign
    © New Zealand Yachting
    Mike Loft (sponsor's representative) presents the Sailor the Year trophy to (from left) John Street, Sir Tom Clark and Trevor Geldard in 2004
    © YNZ media
    Tracey Edwards, skipper of Maiden, one of the entries in the Ocean Globe Race
    © Ocean Globe Race
    The Ocean Globe Race is scheduled to start in September 2023 from Europe
    © Ocean Globe Race
    Fifty years on the crew of Pathfinder, Runaway and Waianiwa get together at the Royal Akarana Yacht Club in Auckland - June 2021
    © Yachting NZ
    Pathfinder (Brin Wilson), winner 1971 Sydney Hobart Race
    © CYCA
    Wai-Aniwa placed third in the 1971 Sydney Hobart race
    © Golf House
    Pathfinder - Overall winner 1971 Sydney Hobart Race, skippered by Brin Wilson
    © Hobart Mercury
    Pathfinder - Overall winner 1971 Sydney Hobart Race, skippered by Brin Wilson, the Derwent
    © RB Sailing Archives
    Pathfinder - One Tonner - winner 1971 Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
    © CYCA Archives
    The crew of Pathfinder at the back: Ian Telford, Peter Shaw, Don Pollock, Richard Wilson, Ray Haslar. In front: Murray Aldridge and skipper Brin Wilson. Inset - most crew members of all three boats
    © RAYC
    Runaway - John Lidgard - powers up the Derwent to be second placegetter - 1971 Sydney Hobart
    © Lidgard archives
    Runaway - John Lidgard - second placegetter - 1971 Sydney Hobart
    © Lidgard archives
    Pathfinder heads up the Derwent
    © Sydney Hobart archives
    The winning skippers - from left: Brin Wilson, John Lidgard and Chris Bouzaid
    © CYCA Archives
    Pathfinder in the winners berth in Hobart, after the finish of the 1971 Sydney Hobart Race
    © Richard Wilson Archives
    Pathfinder crew: Brin Wilson, Richard Wilson, Peter Shaw, Ian Telford, Murray Aldridge, Don Pollock - missing Ray Haslar
    © Richard Wilson Archives
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