Sails : Sails 24 February March 2014
ROLEX / CARLO BORLENGHI Sevenstar -- Australia Agencies: Phone +612 96932100 firstname.lastname@example.org New Zealand -- Navigator Shipbrokers: Phone +64 21512353 email@example.com Sevenstar Yacht Transport -- Head Office: Amsterdam, The Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org YachtTransportis an art Entrust yacht transport to Sevenstar was pretty amazing," Richards said. Ragamuffin 100 was third over the line, and Black Jack won the battle of the 70 and 80-footers, beating home Beau Geste and Giacomo (which had led the trio for much of the race), and Wild Thing. A couple of hours later, Matt Allen's all-new Carkeek 60, Ichi Ban, finished impressively. Behind the big boats, it was the end of the light weather. The smaller yachts paid the penalty, as is often the case. However, the stronger conditions worked for the smaller yachts in the fleet, leaving the big boats out of contention to win the Tattersall's Cup, awarded to the overall winner on corrected time. A forecast south-westerly gale hit Bass Strait and the Tasmanian coast on cue in the early hours of December 29. The first casualty was Bill Wild's fancied RP55, Wedgetail, with Adrienne Cahalan navigating. It was dismasted south of Tasman Island at around 4.30am. Around the same time, James Cameron's Hick 35, Luna Sea, lost her rudder in Bass Strait. The police vessel Van Diemen went to her aid, towing the 1998 Hobart winner (then AFR Midnight Rambler) over 100 miles to safety. As a consequence, the police AMAZING RACE Clockwise from left: Super maxis Ragamuffin 100 and Wild Thing approach the turning mark at Sydney Heads; Matt Allen's all- new Carkeek 60, Ichi Ban; Robert Oatley's Wild Oats XIonherwayto her historic seventh line honours win.
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