Boating NZ : FREE TO READ March 2014
subscribe online at www.mags4gifts.co.nz/boating-nz 5 MARCH 2014 Features Columns 1 From the Editor 6 Writing from Readers 8 OnWatch/Quiz 22 New Gear 110 Industry Insight 112 Around the Yards Welcome Aboard BOATING NEW ZEALAND Regulars 48 FUTURE CONCEPTS Power to the hull by Christian Stimson 58 PRACTICAL BOATING Driven by volts by Lawrence Schäffler 72 CONVERSATION ON CONSERVATION Beach bums by Ben Gladwell 86 CRUISING The Lobster Pot Rock by Jim Lott 94 RETROS AND CLASSICS The Ian Franklin story by John Macfarlane 98 VINTAGE PERSPECTIVES Ron and Michele Copeland Nomad and other fine yachts, part 2 by Harold Kidd 102 MY BOAT Ngaio sings the blues by John Macfarlane 106 OUT OF THE OCEAN Harbour snapper by John Eichelsheim Maincoverphoto:WillCalverInsetphoto:EmmaAllen/MarlboroughExpressCoverdesign:DesFrith 32 WHANGAROA HARBOUR – BETTER THAN BORA BORA by Stephen Prinselaa r One of New Zealand's most beautiful places to drop anchor IT'S A WRAP by Jonathan Gravit An alternative to painting your boat. 80 GLASSING OVER by John Macfarlane The great debate: to glass or not to glass? OVERBOARD IN COLVILLE 74 Man overboard; woman on to it – how a novice crew member saved her skipper. by Stephen Prinselaa r 62 BLOKES IN BOATS by Jacquetta Bell Classic boats at Nelson's Lake Rotoiti. AFTER THE TICKER TAPE by Ben Gladwell AC72 sailor Tony Rae on readjusting to normality. 36 76 THE LITTLE GUY by Rebecca Hayter SCINTILLA LIVES ON by Lawrence Schaffler X-Class dingies reunited with their builder. 90 82 Tug boats get the big ships to tow the line. 54 ROCKSTARS IN THE BAY by Ben Gladwell Some of the world's best sailors lock horns at BOI Race Week. Contents_March14.indd 5 19/02/2014 2:43:38 p.m.
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