The two events are expected to attract hundreds of boats to the Gippsland Lakes, from classic, vintage vessels through to high-performing race yachts. Read more
Two crews from Australia are heading up to Phuket for some warm weather sailing from 19-23 July at the 14th edition of this award-winning Raceweek.
Located in the heart of the award-winning Abell Point Marina precinct, Hemingway’s will offer modern Australian cuisine in a relaxed waterfront setting.
Roger McMillan reports on an essential stoppover port when heading north or south along the Queensland coast.
Sailors from Asia, Australia and Europe will compete from 20 – 27 May, 2017.
A great day out with like-minded Beneteau owners on the waters of Pittwater.
Like to take some time off the yacht? Enter our Great Walks Noosa competition.
Sinking the former navy ship could provide a year-round attraction for over 5,000 divers per year, with an annual economic impact of $1.5 million.
The addition adds a further 14 berths to the marina, which caters for vessels up to 25m in length.
The parkway when complete, will provide an area of lush parkland with stunning views back over the marina precinct.
Two new low-maintenance polyethylene buoys with self-contained LED lights were installed a fortnight ago, in the waters of Levuka Passage.
The new regatta dates for the 11th running of the event are 31 August to 6 September and special accommodation offers are available.
The Bay Regatta is a four-day circumnavigation of Phang Nga Bay that takes in three of southern Thailand's most scenic provinces – Phuket, Phang Nga and Krabi.
Bay of Islands Sailing Week regularly attracts around 100 boats and 1,000 sailors from around New Zealand and overseas.
Entries opened on Monday January 16th and the build-up is now on heading to the start of racing on May 16th.
In addition to the IRC, Cruising and Multihull classes, organisers have introduced an option for the regional TP52 fleet and similar type boats to have their own dedicated class and courses.