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Another day of spectacular sailing in the Whitsundays - all that was missing was the whales - Ichi Ban continues to lead IRC Passage.
Trine Palludan, skipper of the Danish Team Kattnakken, is undefeated and leading after day one with five wins and no losses.
A day that suited some and was a little difficult for others, all the same conditions were 25 knots with gusts producing fast racing.
Guides who shot a polar bear have been denounced as murderers. But what does that make the tourists who are ruining its fragile habitat?
Proper planning is important but sometimes it is good to just go with the flow.
Tony Bull and the team are in Bodstedt, Germany, training, getting a routine going and acclimatising in the lead up to the Cadet Worlds.
When the ranking list was started in 2005, there were 287 sailors taking part in qualifying events, now there are 540 - a growth rate of nearly 90 per cent.
The cold front that brought tough conditions has now passed, with the fleet enjoying bright sunshine yesterday and a relatively calm second night at sea.
The 17 man squad includes nine Americans and eight sailors from Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and Argentina.
Modifications included transforming part of the floats, and the structure accommodating the foil casings in particular, ready to host a new pair of foils.
The public appearance at SIBS will be the first since the Dusseldorf premier.
Windcraft this year will have more yachts on display than ever before. Six premieres will be in the line up including the Hanse 548 with its distinctive hard top bimini, plus the Italian Solaris 47 and the racy Dehler 42.
Chris is buying into Doyle Sails Lake MacQuarie in NSW Australia.
Whitsunday Sailing Club organisers are pleased with the large jump in numbers to 119 received for the 30th anniversary Race Week, which for a range of reasons continues to attract a profusion of boats every year.