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  1. Hi, I am based in Marlborough and after so many years dreaming of sailing I am now decided to get into it! Having the Marlborough Sounds just at our door step seems just to easy! I am planning to go cruising with my young family over the weekend (kids 7 & 4). I have settled on the idea of getting a trailer sailer probably around 20'. I have spent hours reading and searching the web but I still have many questions: My budget is of around $10,000 but not much more. I have a Subaru Forester 2.5 with a tow bar rated 700kg unbraked and 1400kg braked. It looks like one of the major decidi
  2. Rotoiti Classic 21 November 2015 For this years Rotoiti Classic the courses have been selected to allow for more corners and tactical decisions with some different landmarks chosen to send the fleet around. We are offering short, medium and long haul formats and naturally allowing for some after race socialising. The 'Classic' course will come in three lengths, Short, Medium and Longhaul. The smallboat course is designed to allow smaller boats to compete and have a cruising feel to it. They will do one lap of the lake. The medium caters for the mid size trailer yachts and will be based
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