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The Garmin Advantage
John Willis is with Gawaine Blake on his new Stabicraft, checking out the latest and greatest in marine electronics from Garmin.
Sailfish 3000 Platinum Sports Review
Dom Wiseman is aboard the Sailfish 3000 Platinum Sports; the perfect blend for those who enjoy long range cruising, fishing, entertaining and want to do it all in a hull that has proven itself in some of the harshest conditions on earth.
Riviera 50 Sports Motor Yacht Review
Mark Rothfield is aboard the new Riviera 50 Sports Motor Yacht; the fourth Riviera SMY cruiser vessel. It brings a new level of style, sophistication and affordability to these versatile flybridge cruisers.
Feature Article

Tantalising Tassie

A cruise along Tasmania’s east coast will invariably lead up the Derwent River to Hobart, where a plethora of great food awaits.
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