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Cruising Helmsman

Cruising Helmsman May 2019

Cruising Helmsman is devoted exclusively to all types of cruising under sail. We focus on cruising destinations and how to get the most out of them, provide expert advice for the practical sailor and have a range of real-life accounts from seasoned cruisers and their on-board experiences.

Paese:
Australia
Lingua:
English
Editore:
Yaffa Publishing Group PTY LTD
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3 minuti
make a stand

LAST month I wrote about the concern I had regarding the rise of sailing being seen as ‘elitist’. Yes, it has always been ridiculed in movies and literature as wealthy prats gallivanting on the water with champagne in hand and wearing silly hats on presumptuous-sized ‘boats’, but last month my concern was the perception being acted upon by political parties for electoral gain. The New South Wales Labor Party proposed a new policy initiative to tax the “wealthiest in society”. Added stamp duty would be placed on yachts starting with 3.8 per cent on a $200,000 boat then increasing as the price rose. I railed in my editorial that there are plenty of low-income earners who own boats easily making the threshold. It appeared to be a push to gain votes purely by…

1 minuti
cruising helmsman

EDITOR Phil Ross (02) 9213 8253 philross@yaffa.com.au PUBLISHER Mike Ford (02) 9213 8262 mikeford@yaffa.com.au EDITOR – MYSAILING.COM.AU Roger McMillan NATIONAL ADVERTISING SALES Amanda Patrick (02) 9213 8287 amandapatrick@yaffa.com.au SALES MANAGER – QUEENSLAND Todd Anderson 0409 630 733 todd@motormedia.com.au ADVERTISING PRODUCTION Luke Buckley (02) 9213 8216 lukebuckley@yaffa.com.au MARKETING MANAGER Sabarinah Elijah MARKETING EXECUTIVE Emilie McGree CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER Martin Phillpott PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Matthew Gunn ART DIRECTOR Ana Heraud STUDIO MANAGER Lauren Esdaile DESIGNER Samantha Smith…

1 minuti
too late to win

The April issue saw the end of our summer competition in conjunction with Lion Protect, thanks to ABS Technologies. For your enjoyment here are the other entries that either did not make the cut or were received too late: Angus Firestorm: Spa-lash, the sound a failed mutineer makes as they exit the boat. Bob Aird: Antifoul, a protesting chook. John Rickard: Seawind, air detected by nostrils of a monohull sailor when being passed by a catamaran. This marks the end of this competition but I am more than happy to keep receiving such clever entries. Feel free to send me your suggestions. Meanwhile, thanks to ABS Technologies for the sponsorship, find out all about the Lion Protect range here: marine.abs-technologies.com.au. facebook.com/CruisingHelmsman…

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margate marina’s redevelopment surges ahead

FOLLOWING the commissioning of the first 50 berths at Margate Marina Tasmania last October, construction has recommenced with the 150 metre major extension of the attenuator/breakwater and the next 73 berths. The attenuator/breakwater extension includes a 90m southern extension and a right-angled 60m westward arm that will provide additional berthing security to the marina. The additional floating 73 berths will include individual 10m, 12m, 15m, 18m, 20m, 25m, 30m, 35m and 40m berths. Considered the largest range of berth sizes of any marina in Tasmania and the only marina in Tassie providing dedicated individual pens for larger vessels including superyachts. All berths have been specially engineered for the site conditions and will be complete with power, water and CCTV monitoring. The boating community has already shown strong demand with around 90 per cent of…

2 minuti
musket cove regatta takes aim at charity

THE dates are set and the planning is in place for the 37th. Fiji Regatta Week: September 13th. to 19th. Staged by the Musket Cove Yacht Club, located on Malolo Lailai Island off mainland Fiji’s west coast, Regatta Week has a long-standing reputation for being the most fun in the sun for any sailors when under sail in the Pacific. The regatta’s formula for success, which has evolved over the past 36 years, is built around excellent tradewind racing on well-planned courses that take in nearby tropical islands; sailing matched only by the best onshore fun to be had. Early indications are that a fleet of more than 110 monohulls and multihulls hailing from points all around the Pacific will be there. That converts to some 300 participants, family, friends and crew,…

3 minuti
ch writers sweep cruising awards

THE Ocean Cruising Club (OCC) announced its 2018 recipients of awards recognising achievements in bluewater sailing over the past 18 months. Top awards went to sailors who have featured in Cruising Helmsman. The Club’s premier award, the OCC Barton Cup named after OCC founder Humphrey Barton, went to Australian Bill Hatfield onboard L‘Eau Commotion, for his recently-completed westabout single-handed circumnavigation, which included a particularly difficult and protracted passage around Cape Horn. Reported in Cruising Helmsman in December 2018, his voyage took him south of the great capes, with just one stop in the Falkland Islands after sustaining damage to rig and steering. That was not the first time that Bill had made the Falkland retreat as he had been forced to do the same in the voyage that led to him winning the…