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Volume 20. No.6

Nautical Notes

News, views and clues

Yachting Preview 2005-06

Last minute sponsors, Melbourne Docklands
preparations, potential ‘Hobart’ records and
Australia’s largest sailing regatta
– Rob Mundle

Best in the West

Record-breaking growth continues at
the 2005 Club Marine Mandurah Ocean Marina Boat and Fishing Show
– Chris Beattie

Thirty-Odd Tonnes of Grunt

A legendary marque’s reputation
for performance and panache is embodied
in the Bertram 510 sports fisher and 670E
– Mark Rothfield.

Denizens of the Daly

Weird, wonderful and rare creatures
of the Northern Territory’s
Douglas Daly Region
– Bill Bachman.

Shark Shield

Predator protection goes hi-tech,
to save lives and create
peace of mind
– Mark Robinson.

Festive Fare

A lighter, more contemporary
menu and a modern approach to
the festive season
– Teena Burgess.

Hooked on the Classic

An all-woman team takes
on the Lizard Island Black
Marlin Classic

Data Dot Stop Thief!

Club Marine and DataDot join
forces to ensure what’s yours,
stays yours
– Bianca Maher.

The Long and Winding Road

A touring smorgasbord of deserted
beaches, fishing villages and towering
ocean monoliths
– Trish Ainslie.

A Great Weekender

Impressive features, well designed
space and fine open water handling –
Haines Hunter’s 650 Horizon
– Warren Steptoe.


Desert Storm

Vikings, pirates and epic outback
battles – the Alice Springs
Henley-on-Todd Sailing Regatta
– Chris Beattie.

Yamaha Powers into 2006

A quiet and super-efficient 250HP
four-stroke heads Yamaha’s new products
– Jason Hall.

Northern Delights

Australians look to the water to
enhance their residential lifestyles
– Paul Benjamin.

Mercury Expo 2005

What’s new in engines, inflatables,
watersports and more from Brunswick Corp.
for 2006
– Jason Hall


We review what’s new
in power and sail.


The latest products and information
from Australia and worldwide.