Australian Sailing + Yachting is full of vital information in June-July issue
The June/July 2012 issue of Australian Sailing + Yachting is now on sale in news agents. It will be easy to spot on the shelves as the cover features a dramatic photograph of the Volvo Ocean Race yacht Telefonica, shot by super-snapper Andrea Francolini as the boat left Auckland in March.
Among the articles in this issue are:
- Boats -The Elan 310 and it's "woman driver", Matt Allen's new Farr 400, the second part of Dario Valenza's technical discussion on foils, and Roger McMillan's take on why all the Volvo boats are breaking in mid-ocean.
- Advice from Experts - Michael Blackburn tells you how to get paid for going sailing, Alan Lucas offers advice on surviving storms at sea and Bob Ross runs through all the winter maintenance jobs.
- People Profiles - Are there really two Tom Slingsbys? And what drives the famous Sydney-Hobart photographer Richard Bennett?
- Gear - Does you boat need a new donk, and all the latest gadgets and widgets to make sailing more fun.
- Destination - The editor re-visits Great Barrier Island after 33 years and finds little has changed.
- Sailing Skills - David Dellenbaugh says you can learn a lot from the Race Committee, Tony Bull talks about the rules when starting mid-line or pin-end, Jordan Spencer says you should protest more and Diego Figueroa talks about sailing in tide.
You can get 100 pages of quality articles and advice for just $7.25 at the news agents, or save 30% and have every issue delivered to your door by taking out a subscription. Go to the www.mysailing.com.au home page and click on the "Save 30%" banner advertisement.