Five Sun Odyssey 440s are now heading to Australia with local dealers securing prized production slots for even more.

Twenty yachts, ranging in build date from the early 1900’s through to the year 2000, came together to compete in the fifth running of the event.

Lively Lady has been lifted out of the water and placed under cover to allow an experienced shipwright to oversee the work that will see the deck replaced, engine refurbished and the wheelhouse rebuilt.

The Dufour name has a heritage to be commended. Does it justify the use of Exclusive on this 56 footer?

Juan Yacht Design has been selected to design the next IMOCA 60 ‘Arkea Paprec' which will be skippered by Sébastien Simon.

Sailors from around Victoria, NSW, SA and Tasmania bring their recently restored or new build wooden dinghies to the regatta.

The latest in Jeanneau's Yacht range takes some lessons learned from its bigger sisters.

Topics will be 'Aussie Designers' and 'AC Design', with a round table discussion after each block of presentations.

There will be multihulls on display to suit all budgets from $200,000 to $2.1million from a huge range of manufacturers including Fountaine Pajot, Leopard, Lagoon, Privilege, Grainger, Schionning and more.

The awards, which recognise the very best of the yachting industry in Asia and internationally, were announced in early January at a gala ceremony at Phuket Boat Lagoon.

Four more events will be sailed to complete the 2017/18 season.

At the very first Foiling Week in Australia, you can see the latest boats and have a go at foiling.

The ULTIMATE is designed to be more efficient on every point of sail, with upwind VMG up to 15% higher than the foiling cat benchmark.

The 40-foot foiling SEAir is more than simply a concept and already has six potential major clients around the world.

Sold by Queensland Jeanneau Dealer Ian Douglas from Mooloolaba Yacht Brokers, the 64 will spend some time cruising in the Mediterranean before heading to the Antipodes.