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Hobart: Combined Clubs final work-out before major offshore races

Sydney Hobart entrant Martela and Launceston to Hobart entries Black Magic, Footloose and Masquerade sailed impressively in their last lead-up race.

Lasers: launch Laser Activate program

The Victorian Laser Association has launched the Activate program which is focused on getting Laser sailors back on the water.

Club Marine Series: aggressive starts as sunshine warmed the Melbourne fleet

The third round of Melbourne's Club Marine Series was sailed in brilliant sunshine which seemed to have inspired the fleet to more lively competition.

Rolex Sydney Hobart: Victoria’s Deja Vu prepares for the race

In the minds of Steve Carey’s Deja Vu band of brothers and sister the start of the Hobart Race is an ominous day.

Lipton Cup: won by Executive Decision

Grant Botica’s Executive Decision was crowned the winner of the Royal Club of Victoria’s Lipton Cup for 2013.

Sydney Vicsail Beneteau Cup: good is great, better is simply awesome

Sydney’s forty knots gusts, whipping spray and rain could not dampen the spirits of those out racing in the 22nd VicSail Beneteau Cup.

Victorian Lasers: Port Phillip Championship entry still possible

Due to entries reaching the cap of 100, the online entry system has closed. Additional entries will be accepted from the Laser and VSC classes…

ARC 2013: Flags and bands for Opening Ceremony

With one week to go before the fleet leave Las Palmas de Gran Canaria crews from across the world marched and danced behind their national flags.

Maria Island Race: oldest and smallest yacht wins

The oldest and equal smallest yacht in the fleet, Malcolm Cooper’s 30-footer Kaiulani,was named provisional winner of all three handicap divisions.

Maria Island Race: slowest race in years

The Fork in the Road early this afternoon finally took line honours taking 43 hours to sail the 200 nautical ocean race around Tasmania’s east coast.