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Volume 17 Issue 2

Starting Young
Ask any of Australia's champion sailors where they got their start and they will generally say it was through the junior sailing school of a yacht club.


Lifejacket Light , Modular VHF Radios From Raymarine, Okuma Epix Rods, EFI for Mid-range Four-strokes, Humminbird Legend, Optimax Oil, Lowrance to distribute Geonav, Personal EPIRBs, New Models from Eagle.

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Joy-rider Gets Off Lightly

The headline read Joy-rider in boat crash on drug trip. The article, published in The West Australian, 18 January, 2002, tells of a 17-year-old youth who, whilst high on amphetamines, broke into a $400,000 powerboat, which he then proceeded to drive at speed into the Rottnest Island fuelling jetty. Having caused damage to the jetty, he then headed off and ran the boat aground on a nearby reef, causing extensive hull and engine damage to the boat, leaving a repair bill in excess of $135,000!

Super Charged Action

The 2001 Offshore Powerboat Racing series held in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland thrilled thousands of spectators onshore and hundreds of thousands on national and international television. Now Club Marine Insurance brings you the 2002 Australian Offshore Powerboat Championships to be contested over six rounds.