Boating NZ : FREE TO READ March 2014
New boats in the 50ft scene are providing great racing and attracting the rock stars. They dominated the stage at 2014 Bay of Islands Race Week in January. K ia Kaha, owned and skippered by Chris Hornell, dominated A Division at last year's Bay Week and Auckland Sailing Week but this year saw a new sheriff in town: a TP52 belonging to Harry Dodson and Tony Bosnyak – and that caused Mayhem. With some tidy work from Jim Farmer’s Georgia and Rob Bassett’s Wired, plus a Who's Who of New Zealand sailing, this year's Bay Week was a stunner. Kia Kaha recruited Team New Zealand sailors Richard Meacham and Jeremy Lomas; Brad Butterworth deftly called the shots on Georgia to take a couple of race wins, while Rob Salthouse and Peter Burling brought the big talent on Wired. The sportsboat fleet also had a few special guests as Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen joined their Artemis Racing teammate Phil Jameson and match racer LEFT: Division A winner, Harry Dodson's TP52 Mayhem. ABOVE: The Welbourn 42 Wedgetail crosses in front of the Xp44 Lawless. Yamaha in the City Ovlov Marine LimitedEst 1978 Ph 09 377 4285 Fax 09 377 9665 Email firstname.lastname@example.org 142 Beaumont Street, Westhaven www.ovlov.co.nz OVLOV MARINE LTD • A parts team ensuring quick response & parts dispatch. • Full workshop with six mobile vans. • Genuine Yamaha parts. new 200hp 4cyl fOuR-sTROkE – the lightest 4-Stroke 200hp Outboard in the world 0314-33 subscribe online at www.mags4gifts.co.nz/boating-nz 55 subscribe online at www.mags4gifts.co.nz/boating-nz 55 tested_Mayhem_March14.indd 55 19/02/2014 3:45:11 p.m.
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