The August/September issue of Australian Sailing has recently been published and is in all good news agencies right now.
When you buy your copy you can learn how to catch up on windward legs, get some good pre-race drills, find out about sailing-related injuries and read a lot of news from the wide world of yacht racing.
There is a great article from editor-at-large Bob Ross on hull maintenance, a fascinating look back on the origins of the Manly Junior, details of the updated Mirror hull and rig, a boat review on the wonderful Italian dayboat the Brenta B42, and a couple of strories about boats in Fiji and Tahiti which should take away the winter blues.
This is the last issue edited by sailing legend Vanessa Dudley, so it's a collector's item!
Buy your copy at the news agency or email email@example.com to make sure you get every issue delivered to your mailbox.