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Dickinson's one minute clip from Akzo Nobel's Volvo Ocean Race combines sailing, emotions and human spirits.

Despite their hard work to maintain the lead they had held since the start of the San Diego Act, the team onboard Alinghi were unable to defend their advantage over match racing champion Phil Robertson and his crew.

Winner of the Sydney Hobart in 1992, Robin became chairman of the Ocean Racing Club of Australia 1994, and also represented Australia at the Kenwood Cup.

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George Sakellaris’ Maxi 72 Proteus was announced IMA Yacht of the Year for 2017

Estimations are predicting a potential fleet of 80 boats with roughly 45 boats representing South Australia and a further 35 to come from interstate.

The early bird race entry fee of $150 is available to all boats until October 31.

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The ASV will be a zero-emissions 45 metre catamaran, that will require no fossil fuels, offer unlimited range, and has the potential to travel at 50 knots, with a cruising speed of 30 knots in any condition.

"The yacht should have favourable sea keeping characteristics that are ideal for world cruising as well as standing her in good stead for the occasional Bucket regatta."

Does a five year old model still cut it in the current multihull market? Phil Ross checks it out.