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Volume 22 Issue 6


Boatlines


Boatlines

Manship 40 - Trawler
Ranger Tugs R21-EC
Princess 85 Motor Yacht
Chesapeake 58
Sea Ray 290 Sundeck
Bluewater 400
Folkboat
Quicksilver 640 Warrior
Bavaria 37 Sport HT
Coast Inflatables


Christmas 2007


Christmas 2007

It's that time of year again - time to put the thinking cap on and come up with the ultimate Christmas gift for your nearest and dearest


Contents


Contents Volume 22. No.6


First Look


First Look

Bar Crusher 620
Mastercraft X-45


Gourmet


Gourmet

Preparing meals during the holidays doesn't have to be stressful. Armed with these imaginative recipes and a little advance planning, you can create unforgettable dishes and still have time to celebrate with your guests.


Marketplace


Marketplace

Raymaring ST70
New 250HP Optimax
XI~EN Entertainment Systems
Waterproof movie camera
Simrad Transceiver
All-in-one Plotter
Body Glove Wake Ski
Jensen Marine Waterproof Stereo
ET's Sea Sickness Remedy


Nautical Notes


Hayden wants skippers to take the lead

"Lifejackets - Skippers Take the Lead" is the National Marine Safety Committee's campaign to motivate skippers to wear lifejackets and encourage their passengers to do the same.


Sydney Hobart 2007


Preview: Rolex Sydney Hobart 2007

Veteran Lou Abrahams shrugs off retirement, a first-ever Mexican entry and four supermaxis set to clash in this year's Sydney Hobart


On the Bite


Al's Top 10 fishing tips

With the summer fishing season upon us, fishing journalist and documentary maker, Al McGlashan shares his top 10 tips to becoming a better angler.


Publisher's Page


Boat safety is no accident

If you take others out on the water, their lives are in your hands.


Technical


Log on before you head out

When a team of Aussie surfers took their love for the sea to the internet, they created one of the best water-sports websites in Australia. In the process, they may also be changing the way we go boating.


Western Australia


Boom times out west

Buoyed by the increasing world demand for resources, Western Australia's boom times seem set to continue, with flow-on benefits for the State's marine industry.