VOLUME XXXII
Number 288
  Number 288 Number 286  

China Cup, China Coast and Port Shelter Regattas, Asian Beach Games, Hong Kong to Hainan, Round the Island  •  Trump and the Asian Sea, Harbourfront Decommission, mercy-less releases, wake park, Captain Fred Dagger, whale wards, legless and armless, tidal power  •  Bordeaux 2015  •  Absolute 60 Fly  •  Malaysians get boost from China  •  Macau Yacht Show, SIBEX

         
VOLUME XXXI
Number 287
  Number 287 Number 286  

Opening Regatta, waterski and wakeboard championship, women’s tournament, Typhoon Series, Macau Race, Wakefest 2016, Airlie Beach Race Week  •  Beidou gets better, small house polluters, waning windsurfing, while stocks last, Mawei, ocean trash  •  spring cruise continued  •  Dehler 42, Nautique G23  •  court ruling on Asian Sea, blockade, China’s naval fighters, ambitious Taiwan

         
VOLUME XXXI
Number 286
  Number 286 Number 286  

Typhoon Series, Samui Regatta, AVM’s International Dinghy Regatta, Top of the Gulf  •  no fishing in my back yard, Queen’s Pier, ferry unfair, lap sap losers, real dragon boating, more Hong Kong justice, our amazing corals, Fuzhou, Gap Rock Lighthouse, Sørlandet, sailors on the Somme  •  spring cruise  •  Prestige 680  •  joint patrols, French subs for Australia, missiles and spy shop, Vietnamese sea power  •  Gold Coast Boat Show, Seawork links with the East

         
VOLUME XXXI
Number 285
  Number 285 Number 285  

Boracay Cup, Hobie Challenge, China Sea Race, Macau Dinghy Regatta, Subic to Boracay  •  Volvo stopover, tensions rising, connecting Kai Tak, no go Soko, beach kill, power of persuasion, New Imperial Star abandoned, Mr Fan, Noah returns, topless Garden Bar  •  cognac  •  security generally improving, no subs as yet, emerging naval alliance, snakeheads resurgent, clash over the Diaoyus looming  •  Gold Coast show supplement

         
VOLUME XXXI
Number 284
  Number 284 Number 284  

Over to Macau and back, King’s Cup, Langkawi and Raja Muda Regattas, Four Peaks less one  •  leading by example, fishing at work, defenestration, India’s shame, wither report, clearing the air, Cheung Po Tsai, living fossils, disappearing charts  •  Ranger Tug review  •  Taiwan lights up Taiping, naval corruption, no China carrier yet  •  Marina Cove Show

         
VOLUME XXXI
Number 283
  Number 283   China Cup, Opening and China Coast Regattas, Optimist Champs, Etchells Worlds, Round the Island and swimming Victoria Harbour  •  power of storms, missing the point, stop bashing Mardep, quantum factor, heroines of the sea, local lap sap, Macau moves, Archimedes and the Ice Queen  •  afternoon tea  •  China’s maritime militias, America throws down the gauntlet
         
VOLUME XXX
Number 282
  Number 282  

Typhoon Series, Wakefest, Xiangjiang Regatta, dragon boats, Phuket Raceweek and the ORC rating system  •  Myopia City, tub thumping, short term gains, hop on board, missing chart data, the mighty Mekong, more maritime murderers, facing up to litter, wanna fight?  •  Diaoyu dispute rumbles on, Japan’s solidarity with Manila  •  Absolute Fly 52 review

         
VOLUME XXX
Number 281
  Number 281  

Two regattas in Thailand (Samui and Top of the Gulf) and one in the Penghus, Commodore’s Cup in the Philippines and Hong Kong’s Typhoon Series   •  Kai Tak cruise terminal, Tamsui town in Taiwan, shipping to become illegal, occupy the Paracels, MH370 theories and preparing moorings  •  America reaching tipping point  •  Gold Coast and Qingdao shows

         
VOLUME XXX
Number 280

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Number 280

 

Race reports on the Paraw Regatta in the Philippines, Boracay Cup and the 48th Chinese New Year Macau Race  •  comment on our blue lung, piracy, an ECDIS-assisted grounding and errors of judgment  •  maritime security articles cover China’s aircraft carrier programme and subs for Pakistan  •  historical material about the Musashi, Captain Turner of the Lusitania, HMS Tamar and a photographic exhibition of old Hong Kong  •  a 48-page supplement details events and exhibitors at the Gold Coast Boat Show 2015
     
VOLUME XXX
Number 279
  Number 279  
Both the Langkawi Regatta and Four Peaks Race are featured on the cover and there is a report on the King’s Cup 2014  •  the Navionics drama, red gold and tsunami warning systems are examined  •  midget subs off Lamma provide reading for historians  •  whisky drinkers will appreciate the single malt  •  the China Coast Guard is taking a long time to get going
     
VOLUME XXIX
Number 278
  Number 278  

Round the Island, Raja Muda, China Coast and China Cup in the competitive category  •  crew issues, the Corinthian ideal and cruising concerns draw comment  •  a maritime puzzle involving the Adamastor for the historians  • Indonesia’s response to China’s maritime challenge  •  getting dinghy sailing on the Macau map

         
VOLUME XXIX
Number 277
  277  

87 entries for the popular Typhoon Series, Port Shelter Regatta, Phuket Raceweek and Opening Regatta for the competitive types  •  dead boats in To Kwa Wan, the success of HKPN, Tai Tam obelisks for interesting reading  •  the Cranchi 44HT if you are looking for a new speedster  •  naval observers will ask is China’s carrier
dream fading?

     
VOLUME XXIX
Number 276
  276  
For the racing yachtsmen there is the Penghu Regatta, Samui Regatta, Classic Yacht Rally and Top of the Gulf  •  comment on maps, Ferris wheels, our cruise terminal and Kai Tak Fantasy  •  criticism of China’s naval ambitions and the Glenn scandal  •  why the Gold Coast Boat Show works for Hong Kong
         
VOLUME XXIX
Number 275

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Number 275

 

In the Philippines, the Commodore’s Cup, the Hobie Challgne and the end of the China Sea Race  •  analyzing the huge money Mardep makes from the register, Sewol worries and the origin of Outward Bound  • for historians, the Selden map and Malacca’s maritime heritage  •  regional resistance to Beijing’s maritime ambitions and the search for MH370  •  Singapore puts on
a good show

       
VOLUME XXIX
Number 274
  Number 274  

Four Peaks Race for the 30th time, Boracay Cup, Bay, Langkawi and Paraw Regattas, and the romp to Macau and back  •  no artificial islands, Hong Kong a major port, Mardep head appointment, Lamma marina, terminal decline and navigation now   •  Police No2 a fascinating vessel and lights of Penang  •  trivia for gourmets  •  China vs Japan at sea and changes under the sea

       
VOLUME XXIX
Number 273
  Number 273  

Asian classic King’s Cup, Raja Muda, Flying Fifteen Worlds and China Cup for competitive sailors  •  Kai Tak horror, turtle trouble, port health  •  lighthouse man, wrecks and wars  •  review of formidable Schaaf Cross Over  •  China tightens the screw, foreign ships to the rescue  •  SIBEX and a show in Macau  •  images of the Aberdeen Boat Club’s Four Peaks Race in a pull-out supplement

         
VOLUME XXVIII
Number 272
  Number 272  

Waterski & wakeboard champs, China Coast Regatta, Phuket Raceweek, Opening and Port Shelter Regattas  • crewed solutions, missing moorings, Galileo, Nam Seng Wai ferry, Winds around Hong Kong Island  • relics show China’s ancient links to Africa and Alexander Grantham’s 60th  •  sea trial of a Mandarin Stubbycat 46  •  Filipinos upgrade maritime forces and focus on Taiping

         
VOLUME XXVIII
Number 271
  Number 271  

Ever popular Typhoon Series, Samui and Penghu Regattas and the Top of the Gulf  •  one port, two systems, keeping a crew in Hong Kong, terminal blues, marine lap sap and fishy business  •  salt & pepper, garlic & mushrooms  • Australia besieged, merger of the Five Dragons, pressure in the Asian Sea  •  steady and settled Gold Coast Boat Show, Seawork and Qingdao show soldiers on  

         
VOLUME XXVIII
Number 270
  Number 270  

Fun in the Nations’ Cup, 13th Philippine Hobie Challenge and San Fernando Race  •  justice adrift, strategic misrepresentation, interview with HKMM director, why the helmsman, Mardep lashes out and operating for pleasure  •  our Sea Goddess and Coasting Past review  •  Bordeaux 60 review  •  heroes or villains, seizure of protected species and the PLA in Central

         
VOLUME XXVIII
Number 269
  Number 269  

Subic to Boracay, racing off Langkawi and the 29th Four Peaks Race  •  quiet ‘givers’, Kai Tak receives visitors, criminalization of seafarers, Star Ferry’s Harbour Tour, Russian visitor, justice denied, Simon Murray challenged  •  Burma’s river fleet scuttled and East India Co  •  patrol craft for Hong Kong and blurred roles for China’s men o’war  •  German wines

         
VOLUME XXVIII
Number 268
  Number 268  

China Cup, King’s Cup, the Raja Muda and Round the Island for the racing fraternity, also some physical competition for the swimmers in Victoria Harbour  •  Lung Mei, marina in Macau, Lamma options, sailing apps and the resilient Hunter Impala  •  scanning the scroll  •  the world of liqueurs  •  Japan boosts defences, Taiwan responds, expats in the marine police  •  roundup of regional shows

       
VOLUME XXVII
Number 267
  Number 267  

Opening and Autumn Regattas, Phuket Raceweek and Hebe Haven Yacht Club’s Typhoon Series  •  Diaoyu heroes, Lamma quarry worry, Xiamen shipping hub, Tsuen Mun waterfront and pirates are getting smarter  • HMS Hood, goodbye Tung Chung and were the Phoenicians the first  •   putting a Dominator 62 through its paces   •  supporting China’s maritime ambitions  •   showed out

       
VOLUME XXVII
Number 266
  Number 266  

Racing in Koh Samui, racing in Subic Bay, dragon boat racing, Top of the Gulf Regatta and a rally for Classic Yachts  •  containers overboard, HKPN ratings migrate, Tung Ping Chau, asylum seekers and IIs   •  Tai O Heritage Hotel and Huan on display   •  Aussie warship project, Sino-Russian naval exercises and Scarborough shoal standoff   •  Qingdao and Gold Coast shows 

       
VOLUME XXVII
Number 265
  Number 265  

The Boracay Cup, a regatta for paraws in Iloilo and a Hobie Challenge, preceded by the classic China Sea Race, rounded off with the popular Nations’ Cup  •  mother smugglers, arming and harming, Belitung wreck controversy, Adastra, mini junks and invading hairy crabs  •  Cutty Sark reopens  •  the forgotten Spratly claimant and containing Chinese expansion

         
VOLUME XXVII
Number 264
  Number 264  

107 entries for the King’s Cup, Four Peaks Race, Raja Muda and Langkawi Regatta  •  comment on underage circumnavigation, new Direc tor of Marine, an appeal for justice, Clube Nautico de Macau and solar panels  •  historians will Motor Torpedo Boats, and techies will like Beidou update  •  Asian navies in UN task force, piracy on the Mekong  •  review of Cheoy Lee’s Alpha 76

       
VOLUME XXVII
Number 263
  Number 263  

A race to Vietnam, China Coast Regatta, China Cup and Round the Island Race  •  Kai Tak forever, cross harbour swim, Chinese utopia  • Green Island Lighthouse  •  mariners go to prison, Nautical Institute seminar  •  mmmm, paella  •  Russian battle cruisers for Cam Ranh, Vietnamese build warships, Philippine security  •  Southampton and Macau (sort of) shows

       
VOLUME XXVI
Number 262
  Number 262  

Opening Regatta, Phuket Raceweek and the near perfect Typhoon Series  •  bewildering bridge, fish sizes, star wars, Hengqin’s ascendancy, too few crew, Satnav woes to think about  •  review of a Fairline Squadron 42  •  British guards for Chinese ships, Chinese carrier sets sail, Aussie naval air power  •  investment in wine
worth considering

       
VOLUME XXVI
Number 261
  Number 261  

Racing in Koh Samui, Top of the Gulf Regatta, a rally for classics, Dragon Boat Carnival  •  dangerous waters, sizes does matter, rocks we know, too much sailing, hearts and minds, Macau gets bigger  •  preserving our dockyard heritage  •  Indian Navy goes nuclear, unchecked Spratlys audacity, Japanese in Djibouti  •  Seawork, Gold Coast and Qingdao shows

       
VOLUME XXVI
Number 260
  Number 260  

Across the pond to San Fernando, Subic Bay racing, Bay Regatta gets bigger  •  8-metre waves, wet protest, handicaps, shelters to marinas, model man, Reverend Ellis, HK$100 chart plotter  •  patterns of piracy, Philippine Navy aims high, amphibious ship for Oz, Vietnam responds to disputes  •  review of two French boats: the Prestige 60 and Jeanneau 57

       
VOLUME XXVI
Number 259
  Number 259 Number 259  

Four Peaks Race, Boracay Cup, Philippine Hobie Challenge, Langkawi and Straits Regattas, the classic Hong Kong to Macau Race at Chinese New Year  •  Asia’s second-class city, tempting fate, Rainbow Waffler, mutinous cadets, sailing off Cambodia  •  helmets deserve display, First Opium War cannon, forts and museums of Humen  •  hospital ship diplomacy, Russian carrier coming soon, RAN amphibious fleet  •  London Boat Show and Asian Work Boat

         
VOLUME XXVI
Number 258
  Number 258 Number 258  

Round the Island and King’s Cup, Southside Regatta and Raja Muda, 2nd Asian Beach Games and China Cup  •  lost years, scraping the bottom, Hong Kong needs a shipping secretary, sink or swim, Sailability, walking from Sheung Wan to Kennedy Town  •  Passagemaker 60 review  •  Russians return to Cam Ranh Bay, 21st century piracy  •  the Marina Cove show must go on

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 257
  Number 257 Number 257  

China Coast Regatta and 24-hour Aquathon, Port Shelter Regatta and Hobie 16 Worlds  •  interesting articles about the Guia Light, licences to sail, the waste cycle, Anglo-Eastern’s academy, wetlands under threat, HKPN dual scoring, shark’s fin-ished  •  Macau’s Museu Maritimo  •  Monterey 355SY sea trials  •  Diaoyus or Senkakus? •  Southampton and Qingdao boat shows

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 256
  Number 256 Number 256  

Typhoon Series, Koh Samui Regatta, Phuket Raceweek, Borneo Challenge and Dragon Boat Carnival  •  class act, maintaining a proper lookout, ruining Victoria Harbour, Nicholas Brooke, salvage, when the oil runs out  •  looking at Sauternes and Barsac  •  Seychelles takes on the pirates, Chinese warships for Timor, US throws down gauntlet

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 255
  Number 255 Number 255  

The ABC’s Classic Yacht Rally, Stanley dragon boat racing, Typhoon Series and Top of the Gulf Regatta  •  port storm, how fragrant is our harbour, slick operation, Carrie Lam, belaying to a cleat  •  Nanhai No.1, money for heritage divers  •  putting the Aleutian 65RP through its paces  •  fishing ban and maritime plan, big warships for RAN  •  Gold Coast boat show

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 254
  Number 254 Number 254  

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club’s Spring Regatta, China Sea Race and Commodore’s Cup for competitive sailors  •  MYC vs SBYC, arguments between friends, contained explosion, Christine Loh, Kayu Manis, terminal update, shipping fights back, Wan Chai to Sheung Wan and a book that changed the world  •  sinking of Korean warship and Taiwan navy support

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 253
  Number 253 Number 253  

8th Royal Langkawi Regatta, grueling Four Peaks Race, all the way to Macau and back, Kowloon Cup, Southside and Straits Regatta  •  comments on redundant America’s Cup boats, Harbourfront Enhancement Committee, Winston Chiu and Paul Zimmerman, ambling from North Point to Wan Chai  •  Guangzhou heritage, sonar settles mysteries  •  eastward shift in power and stealing sand

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 252
  Number 252 Number 252  

The annual King’s Cup, Andres Bonifacio and Raja Muda Regattas  •  Beidou, harsh sentences, flawed system, murky waters, Roger Tupper, walking from Shau Kei Wan to North Point, shark man  •  escape from Hong Kong in motor torpedo boats  •  bread  •  test driving a Grand Banks 41 Heritage EU  •  Chinese warships for Pakistan, China’s carrier ambitions, piracy scourge

         
VOLUME XXV
Number 251
  Number 251 Number 251  

China Coast Race Week, racing for charity, Port Shelter Regatta, China and Weihai Cups, Round the Island  •  Extreme 40s in the harbour, China Navigation leaves town, nasty ships, monitoring the port, no common standard  •  Marine Police Headquarters pulls a crowd, hovercraft  •  a good old Dyna 65  •  SIBEX gets a ‘quality attendance’ and Southampton show

         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 250
  Number 250 Number 250  

World Games in Kaohsiung, Samui Regatta, Phuket Raceweek and the ever popular Typhoon Series  •  PIPPS will get you, pier imagination, Winnie Ng, Pier 8 update, tunnel crossings, Bay of Concrete, Doulos days  •  Shau Kei Wan   •  OPV built in Thailand, Taiwan warships for Africa, Korea Coast Guard  •  consuming the first oyster  •  Asian Open Regatta supplement

         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 249
  Number 249 Number 249  

Lamma 500, Spring Regatta, Tsing Ma Regatta, Typhoon Series, Top of the Gulf and Aberdeen Dragon Boat Race  •  Greying Positioning System, Plastic Pacific, recycling of ships, Hebei Spirit two freed, Waglan Lighthouse needs a wealthy patron  •  piloting a Nacra Infusion  •  stealth frigates for Singapore, Malaysian and Vietnamese subs, Var  •  Qingdao show still going

         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 248
  Number 248  

17th President’s Cup Regatta, San Fernando Race and the unique Iloilo Paraw Regatta  •  no justice, Kai Tak proposals, cruise initiative, 40th anniversary for Sir Robin, walking from Kwun Tong to Lei Yue Mun  •  riverboat straightened out, Tai Loy and seabed mapping  •  Barry Hill’s Jeanneau cruiser/racer  •  marine police status, UN deadline, PLA Navy fleet review

         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 247
  Number 247   Manila to Boracay, Langkawi and Singapore Straits Regatta, and the challenging Four Peaks Race  •  troubled waters, diving Kai Tak, Google and Belcher, wind and Windows and Kaohsiung Light in Taiwan  •  amphibious task force heads east while Asian navies and private security show the way  •  can London’s lavish show format by sustained
         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 246
 
Number 246 Number 247
 

Neil Pryde takes the Raja Muda, there’s a race to Vietnam, a King’s Cup, China Cup and 24-hour charity dinghy race  •  waterfront dreams and battles, Korean justice, winds off Clearwater Bay and a walk from Hung Hom to Kai Tak  •  China, India jostle for influence in East Timor and the Malaysian navy off Somalia  •  South African braaivleis  •  showtime Phuket, London, Marina Cove

         
VOLUME XXIV
Number 245
  Number 245 Number 247  

China Coast, Opening and Autumn Regattas, along with the Phuket Raceweek  •  plan for a rescue, saving the Sokos, wave power, cooking in the Australian navy, winds south of Lamma  •  China in Africa, the Brits return, Somalis capture Hong Kong vessel  •  barbecues in Britain, Oz and the States  •  Southampton Show still setting standards

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 244
  Number 244 Number 247  

The Beatrix Cup, Typhoon Series and sailing in Samui  •  Sokos saga, the death knell of HKPN, pursuit racing, bai san, a walk from Tsim Sha Tsui to Hung Hom, winds in Port Shelter  •  winemakers who mess up  •  review of the Atlantis 50 HT  •  warship visits and offshore disputes, target Taiwan’s offshore islands, Burmese Navy blues  •  Seawork 2008

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 243
  Number 243  

A rally for vintage and classic craft, Spring, Tsing Ma and Top of the Gulf Regattas, China Sea Race  •  clean shipping, sunny side down, Nargis hits Yangon Sailing Club, seafarer shortage, winds in the harbour  •  pirates have rights, Sino-Indian rivalry in the Indian Ocean, RAN heritage  •  China Maritime, Boat Asia, Qingdao and Gold Coast boat shows

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 242
  Number 242  

Four Peaks Race, Iloilo paraws, Manila to Boracay, Pearl River crossing, Straits and Langkawi Regattas  •  starting the China Sea Race in the harbour, Neftegaz-67, West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade, Asia’s Surf City  •  Bavaria 37 Sport and Jeanneau Merry Fisher reviews  •  Thais revive subs, RAN in rough seas, 
Kitty Hawk
and Nimitz prowl off Taiwan, plundering fish stocks

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 241
  Number 241  

Sportsboat championships, King’s Cup, Raja Muda, SEA Games and Hong Kong’s popular Round the Island Race  •  pier pressure, cruise hubbub, wharf of fame, Heibei Spirit, rambling Yau Ma Tei, mangroves and money  •  mustard, cork  •  Indians go nuclear  •  114 craft at Marina Cove show, PIMEX  •  Philippine Hobie
Challenge supplement

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 240
  Number 240  

China Coast Regatta, Hong Kong to Hainan, Middle Island Regatta, first China Cup, 24-hour dinghy race for charity  •  Alexander Grantham, criminalization of seafarers, dealing with disasters, Doulos doing good, bumboats, blossom boys  •  Diesel Duck 382 and Sebrie-28 reviews  •  Cambodian navy transforms, Kiwi navy the best  •  Southampton boat show

         
VOLUME XXIII
Number 239
  Number 239  

Phuket Race Week, the Opening, Autumn and Port Shelter Regattas, Typhoon Series  •  rules is rules, boat sharing can work, Qingdao Naval Museum, the fascinating Rambler Channel and Tsuen Wan Bay  •  sweet wines and food  •  a look at the China-assembed ArrowCat 30  •  PLA raises its profile in Europe, Orions for Taiwan with subs to follow?

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 238
  Number 238  

Typhoon Seres, a race to Macau, Discovery Bay and Koh Samui Regattas  •  fishing follies, web weather, Beneteau and the China Cup, yo ho ho and a bottle of mao tai, resurrection of J Class, examing the Ma Wan Channel  •  a Cranchi 47 review   •  Aussies buy Spanish, police go hitech, SAREX 2007  •  Asian interests at Sea Work International

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 237
  Number 237  

Top of the Gulf and Tsing Ma Regattas, across the Asian Sea to San Fernando, Spring Regatta in Victoria Harbour  •  Galileo had no clothes, history is bunk, marine art, paddling against poverty, bare boats and bare facts, Queen’s Pier  •  Riviera 56 review, RIBs rule  •  ops tanker for RAN, subs and carriers paramount  •  Qingdao Show persevering, Boat Asia 2007

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 236
  Number 236  

All the way from Manila to Boracay, all the way to Macau and back, President’s Cup  •  bores we’ve known, Battles of Britain, early charts of Hong Kong waters, tech-savvy club, Phil Blake, Yangon Sailing Club, toons and tubs  •  cheese  •  Jeanneau and Azimut boat reviews  •  taking on the pirates, China’s naval air power  •  Gold Coast Boat Show

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 235
  Number 235  

Four Peaks Race, Paraw, Straits and Langkawi Regattas, a Wizard perspective  •  Galileo meets market forces, typhoon twitchy, course navigation, Garden City to Water World, Tung Shun Lung  •  survey of cheese-eating nations  •  trimaran for Ozzie customs, frigates for Malaysia and OPVs for Thailand, missile corvettes to boost Jakarta’s power

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 234
  Number 234  

King’s Cup, Class Regatta, Round the Island, Waterski, Wakeboard & Barefoot, the Raja Muda  •  save the Sokos, Beneteau Rendezvous, brandy for the parson, new regs, Mana from Bintan, the Star Ferry: who cares?   •  Hammerhead review  •  Aussies go in again, Taiwanese police vessels  •  London, Langkawi, Marina Cove and PIMEX boat shows

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 233
  Number 233  

China Coast Race Week, Oppie Nationals, Middle Island Regatta, Hobie Asian Championships, Macau Race and racing for charity  •  fish aggregating devices, volunteers needed, Johore to take Singapore, Port Hamilton, Trengganu rising, Diaoyu want to know a secret  •  review of a Princess 67 Flybridge  •  Philippine navy against terror, Hanoi challenges Beijing

         
VOLUME XXII
Number 232
  Number 232  

Autumn and Opening Regattas, Disney Islands Race, Typhoon Series and, down south, the Borneo Challenge  •  Sokos scheming, now hear this, sails pitch, go jump in the harbour and Strait expedition on a jet ski  •  Sri Lanka sea war escalates, drawn to East Timor  •  Southampton Show still one of the best  • two supplements for the Darts and the Hobies

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 231
  Number 231  

Phuket Race Week, Koh Samui Regatta, Typhoon Series and a Wakefest in Hong Kong  •  alcohol effects, DB developments, Roger Tupper, white sails, try a Tirion, lights in the Taiwan Strait  •  cork fights back  •  review of a Seahorse 52 trawler  •  Chinese sea missile on target, another warship disaster, piracy in the Malacca Strait  •  Sea Work show

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 230
  Number 230  

Top of the Gulf, Classic Yacht Rally, China Sea Race, President’s Cup and Spring Regattas  •  no forecast, no pay, polluting merchantmen, Tai Tam tales, fear of sailing, lighthouses south of Shanghai  •  fine dining  •  the Sunseeker Predator 55  •  trouble in the Spratlys, Indian warship sinks, problems for Taiwan’s navy  •  Pattaya and Qingdao shows, Boat Asia

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 229
  Number 229  

Langkawi Regatta  •  trouble over bridged waters, heave ho, medals and meddling, Liaotung peninsula lighthouses, blood from sand, wet but worth it, a misplaced dream, Alexander Grantham  •  sausages  •  upping the stakes in the Spratlys, Camobdia gets warships from China, undersea Indonesian firepower, Malaysians follow the trend  •  Gold Coast Show, China Maritime and Boat Tech China

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 228
  Number 228  

Paraws racing in Iloilo, Straits Regatta, Boracay and Four Peaks Races, all the way to Macau and back  •  windage, sailing PR, three Chuas, hip, hip, hip, Singapore beats Hong Kong to it, sunset for P&O, Hai Nguyet, Bobbotti made in Myanmar  •  champagne and sparkling wine  •  subs for Singapore, changing face of piracy, Sri Lankan sea war erupts again

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 227
  Number 227  

King’s Cup in Phuket, Sydney Hobart Race, lasers, Round the Island in Hong Kong  •  maritime myths, badly delivered, maritime museum, lights around the Pohai Sea  •  bad wine labels  • 
two Kidds for Taiwan, more power to Australia’s Coastwatch  •  Marina Cove show, PIMEX and London show  •  Four Peaks
Race supplement

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 226
  Number 226  

China Coast Race Week, Wakeboard Worlds, Wee Su Meng, charity race,  Port Shelter Regatta  •  hot air, Não and then, Scots cartographical saboteur, northern lights, magnetic attraction, tow, tow, tow the boat  •  olive oil  •     China . . . a naval superpower, offshore spat, China to build ships for the RN?  • boat show in
Cape Town

         
VOLUME XXI
Number 225
  Number 225  

Opening Regatta, autumn races to Macau and in Victoria Harbour  •  Asia leads again, threats to the Soko Islands, Galileo fudge, Maritime Museum opens, lights around Shanghai, Taiwan in China  •  binge drinking  •  review of a Vitech 75  •  Sarex 05, Burmese Navy expansion, York and Black Rover in Hong Kong  •  big Southampton show

         
VOLUME XX
Number 224
  Number 224  

The popular Typhoon Series, a fine reach to Macau, up to Longcheer, Phuket Raceweek  •  growing pains, Galileo gropes along, one for the money, Alexander Grantham, Cheung Chau charm, early lights on the China Coast, for export to Norway  •
the potato  •  Sydney Boat Show, Seawork  •  Asian Open
Regatta supplement

         
VOLUME XX
Number 223
  Number 223  

Borneo Cup, Top of the Gulf and Tropical Island Regattas, Classic Yacht Rally, Typhoon Series and DBYC Pursuit Race  •  El Nino takes a break, no sweat, make a forecast, another talk fest, reptile rescue, the bells, hooked for sure, lights for Hong Kong and approaches  •  Australia and Asian wines  •  private security in Malacca Strait, veteran police vessels retire  •  Qingdao show

         
VOLUME XX
Number 222
  Number 222  

China’s America’s Cup bid, San Fernando Race, President’s Cup, Spring Regatta  •  AIS revisited, China’s stake in Galileo, maritime myopia, Shanghai-ed, Loick Peyron, 80 liveaboards later, why Hong Kong?  •  guide to buying wine  •  surge in Singapore sea power, Asian maritime dispute, China to the rescue, Brunei’s dead corvettes  •  Gold Coast Show and Boat Asia

         
VOLUME XX
Number 221
  Number 221  

Langkawi and Iloilo Paraw regattas, Boracay Race, Chinese New Year Macau Race, softening of the Four Peaks Race  •  Dame Ellen succeeds, Automatic Identification . . . Sometimes, Galilean fudge, GMDSS, around the world in 50 days, six yachts caught in the Cultural Revolution  •  Beneteau First 44.7 review  •  care of the Senkaku ‘Light’, Taiwan tests waters

         
VOLUME XX
Number 220
  Number 220  

Singapore Straits Regatta, Hobie Challenge in the Philippines, Round Ubin Race  •  fellowship of the sea, Ukraine for Galileo, post-tsunami hydrography, GPS usually wonderful, tsunami tides, Chalong horror, Kata chaos, Orca talk, the shores of Johore and Pahang States  •  O-tofu  •  US military returns to Taiwan, piracy trends, USVs . . . warships of the future  •  London Boat Show

         
VOLUME XX   NUMBER 219
DECEMBER 2004
  Number 219  

Raja Muda followed by the King’s Cup, Roung the Island Race in Hong Kong  •  Galileo zooms on, watch out Ellen, Western navies collapsing, impotent seahorse, Power Cruising, the Japanese kamikaze boats in Hong Kong  •  Silverton 34 Convertible  •  China Maritime Safety Administration, maritime tensions, au revoir Peter Burbidge King  •  Marine Cove and Phuket shows

         
VOLUME XX   NUMBER 218
NOVEMBER 2004
  Number 218  

China Coast Race Week, Tsing Ma Regatta, Macau Race, Five Pubs, 24 Hours Dinghy Race, Hong Kong to Vietnam  •  take the money, unwritten secrets, moor or less, stiffed by a jelly fish, looking astern  •  saffron  •  zooming around in a Cranchi Endurance 41  •  PLA frigates, North Korean incursions, China’s hegemony challenged  •  Cape boat show

         
VOLUME XX   NUMBER 217
SEPTEMBER/ OCTOBER 2004
  Number 217  

Akiko Sakai, Autumn and Opening Regattas, the ever popular Typhoon Series  •  text messaging the answer, Galileo games, Mirabella V, told you so, not quite leviathans of the deep  •  squid  •  Sunrunner 33 sea trial  •  seapower crucial as conflict looms, carrier plans revealed  •  pleasant location for the Malaysia show, Southampton again

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 216
JULY/ AUGUST 2004
  Number 216  

Our national sport, Typhoon Series should evolve, Singapore regatta  •  missed the boat, lawful occasions, it’s a gas, new harbours in Malaysia, charting for chums, harbour blues, final hours of the 2nd MTB Flotilla, which waterfall?  •  Bordeaux 2003 en primeur  •  US changes carriers over Taiwan, security in
the Malacca Strait

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 215
JUNE 2004
  Number 215  

First four races of the Typhoon Series, Open Dinghy Regatta  •  once a lemon, all quiet on the windy front, Dizzyland, plastic beaches, fair exchange, piggy’s paradise, marine life, no fuel like an old fuel, Spirit of Outward Bound Hong Kong, the MTBs, why is Repulse Bay?  •  cinnamon  •  Princess 65 and Azimut 40  •  Chinese in Iraq, new life for RNZN  •  HHYC open day,
Seawork International

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 214
MAY 2004
  Number 214  

In Thailand, the Koh Samui Regatta, in Hong Kong, the Tsing Ma and Spring Regattas  •  converting the old Marine Police HQ into a heritage hotel, harbour theme park, club publications, keeping marinas afloat, slippery character, waterfront encounters, Z-Tech tugs  •  new marine police commander, pirates or Indonesian Navy, PLAN shows who’s boss  •  Qingdao show

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 213
APRIL 2004
  Number 213  

Paraw Regatta in Iloilo, President’s Cup in Subic and China Sea Race  •  pontoons everywhere and too few yots, pure as nature intended, conservation, hidden treasure, how many beans make five?   •  cashew nuts  •  offshore missile barrier, SAR asset for Japan, Spratly moves, Thais brighten the gloom  •  Dubai and Shanghai shows, Boat Asia in Singapore

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 212
MARCH 2004
  Number 212   Four Peaks Race, Langkawi Regatta, Manila to Boracay, Andaman Sea Rally, Phang Nga Bay Regatta  •  hunting baddies, seeing is believing, yacht registry and flagislation, Andaman Sea Pilot, box jellies on a roll, new marina in Penang, salmon stakes, advantages of motorsailing  •  wine buyer beware  •  ferry fire or maritime terrorism, Russian carrier for India
         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 211
FEBRUARY 2004
  Number 211  

Singapore Straits Regatta, Macau Race, Australians rule, Ranger recreation  •  moor . . . to the point, trunk call, Galileo shmoozes with GPS, browner and browner, water everywhere, poached fish, have a whale of a time, a Senhouse slip, don’t lose the plot  •  blachan  •  Japan’s carrier, boost for Vietnam sea power, pirates beware  •  Gold Coast and London shows, PIMEX

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 210
JANUARY 2004
  Number 210  

King’s Cup, Bruno Peyron’s Orange, Laser Class championships, Raja Muda Regatta  •  lies, damned lies, swing yuloh, cod wars again, red herring, lucrative filth, ice with yours?  •  sherry  •  Pershing 52 review  •  SAR ships for Philippines, Singapore Navy
off Iraq, US Navy in Vietnam, tension in the Taiwan Straits  •  supplements for Gold Coast Show, Hobie Challenge and
Four Peaks Race

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 209
DECEMBER 2003
  Number 209  

China Coast and Port Shelter Regattas, Hainan Race, Perfidious Albion and Hobies on Lake Taal  •  mistaking puff for fame, curious industry, rights of passage, legal position, no maritime history in Hong Kong, planning with GPS matters  •  Bordeaux vintages, kilawin  •  PLA goes international, Spratlys dispute revived  •  Marina Cove show returns after eight years

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 208
SEPTEMBER 2003
  Number 208  

Opening and Autumn Regattas, dragon boat enduro, dinghies in Port Shelter  •  the worldwide spread of dragon boating, Pacific ambitions, radar reflectors, rambling tale, back to Magellan and Drake, off the menu, essential GPS equipment  •  foie gras  •  anti-terror blockade at Changi, Aussies host exercise, celestial navigation  •  Shouthampton Show

         
VOLUME XIX   NUMBER 207
AUGUST 2003
  Number 207  

Typhoon Series, Cowes Week, Omega sponsors Asian Yachting Circuit, Round the Island  •  blue surge, dialing 999, why a sheet, the harmless albatross, Delano more, distant Ophir, tours get close to nature, Borobudur ship expedition, puzzled reflections, HKYA notional authority  •  William the Conqueror, corks  •  Manila to upgrade Peacocks, PLA Navy’s long-range ambitions

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 206
JULY 2003
  Number 206  

Typhoon Series attracts 57 starters, Karl Kwok and the Transpac  •  yotreps, alphabet soup, death by a thousand chitties, Galileo’s future in doubt, Madame Maurène’s 50th, dolphin mania, monster jellies, new order for Adventure Ship, Götheborg project progresses, about Hong Kong’s national sailing authority  •  abalone  •  Dyna 48 review  •  illegal immigration,
trouble in paradise

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 205
JUNE 2003
  Number 205  

Consistent 52 starters for Typhoon Series, Spring Regatta,
Zapcat thrills, Koh Samui a worry for King’s Cup  •  international boating licences, the kraken awakes, mere prejudice, catch 21.352145, cruising places for gunkholers, El Niño fades away, muddy waters, the new tug Lamma  •  Bordeaux, Gulf War, Parker  •  Taiwan’s growing sea power, ship security, Merlins for Japan  •  Seawork 2003

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 204
MAY 2003
  Number 204  

Iloilo paraws, President’s Cup Regatta, Not the San Fernando Race  •  Galileo rolls on, SARS backwards, lotus effect, fewer typhoons, GMDSS just not in gear, crafty speech, destination Penang  •  sesame  •  Riviera 47 Flybridge Convertible  •  RAN seizes drug ship, disaffected elements within PLAN  •  Shanghai show  •  Typhoon Series supplement

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 203
APRIL 2003
  Number 203  

San Fernando Coastal Race, 61 boats for inaugural Langkawi Regatta, Round Cheung Chau Canoe Race  •  cleaning up, Flag Q, spring is sprung, paddlepower, nanny’s horns, RIB adventure, Pangkor and Lumut, galley proof, nice day out  •  Prowler 9000 from Thai Marine  •  cheers to real ale makers  •  prelude to Inchon, PN takes on terrorists, Sea Tigers ignore peace deal, Wessex warhorse bows out

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 202
MARCH 2003
  Number 202  

Philippine Hobie Nationals, Hobie Challenge, Manila to Boracay, Phang Nga Bay Regatta, Andaman Sea Rally, Chinese New Year Macau Race  •  head case, mad sailor, Sea Witch record challenge, Macao’s Captain Bligh, up the Malacca Straits, Billy  •  star anise  •  Princess 45  •  warships for Vietnam, power challenge in Taiwan Strait, go-ahead for giant carriers  •  San Fernando
Race supplement

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 201
FEBRUARY 2003
  Number 201  

Straits Regatta, Four Peaks Race, freshwater sailing in Taal Lake Volcano Series, Uin-na-Mara Series  •  safety for bureaucrats, pork-barrel pelican, flippin’ poles, accidents at sea, cheap talk, Melaka, ocean currents prediction  •  cider  •  Laster SB³  •  tragedy off Pedro Branca, sea terror, Japan raises ‘spy ship’  •  Gold Coast Boat Show, London Boat Show

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 200
JANUARY 2003
  Number 200  

Round the Island Race, Raja Muda and King’s Cup, Varuna Cup, Tsing Ma Regatta, 24-hour charity dinghy race  •  go nap, stiffing the past, a feast for lawyers, a last frontier, left stranded, Peninsular Malaysia North, bored to death  •  Cranchi Zaffiro 34 review  •  Singapore’s defence industry tentacles spread, warship projects  •  Philippine Hobie Challenge supplement

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 199
OCTOBER 2002
  Number 199  

China Coast Race Week, Asian Games  •  keeping in touch, indestructible charts, America’s Cup in Singapore, confusion, race relations, Samurai in Spain, Götheborg III, cruise giants merge, Kuala Terengganu, magnetic field detectives  •  Ferretti 730  •  Chinese ‘spy ship’ off Taiwan, JMSDF review, Philippine Coast Guard emerges  •  Four Peaks Race supplement

         
VOLUME XVIII   NUMBER 198
SEPTEMBER 2002
  Number 198  

Macallan Regatta, COA Macau Race, Autumn Regatta  •  GMDSS slammed, junk fiction, the bottom line, sharks and rogues, green with terror, STS Esmeralda, Peninsular Malaysia South, HSBC finances voyages, trick or treaty?  •  Chinese frigates for Pakistan, RAN base for Christmas Island  •  reviews of Ferretti 810 and Aquascape 17  •  Southampton Show

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 197
AUGUST 2002
  Number 197  

Dragon Boat championships, Cork and Hamilton Island Race Weeks, Five Pubs  •  Banyan bye bye, cut loose, jigged venture, whales, French connection, Riau Islands, International Meddling Organisation, canal life archive  •  sea cucumbers, finest foods  •  marine police assets, camouflage at sea, African security from Asia  •  Fairline Phantom 46, Cheoy Lee 125

       
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 196
JULY 2002
  Number 196  

Typhoon Series, Jilin Pro Jump  •  GMDSS, timing, oceans will get warmer, wherry funny, light’s rights, interview with Sithu Moe Myint, Myanmar’s place in Asia, Nongsa, Powerfoil rules the waves, safeguarding maritime inheritance, Triton makes design waves  •  bird’s nest soup, wine of India  •  Indonesians unfit for battle, destroyer on the rocks, undersea arms race  •  Azimut 55  •  Qingdao Show

       
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 195
JUNE 2002
  Number 195  

Yachting world agog, no more self-destruct liferafts, electronic charts and SOLAS, second thoughts, don’t rely on it, out like a light, turned turtle, whale worship, squall stories, ocean stirring affects climate, siren tames ocean depths, Cheoy Lee’s tug, Voyager in Asia  •  Korean maritime conflict, Hong Kong’s missile craft, Kiwi navy’s new course  •  Typhoon Series, All China Sports Meeting  •  Seawork 2002

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 194
MAY 2002
  Number 194  

Lost the plot, Galileo flies again, the Kra Canal awakes, saw you coming, maritime crime web, less foul news, Langkawi, sock it to them, VAT’s news, fire-fighting capabilities improved  •  frogs  •  Vietnam makes headway, carrier project gathers speed, seaplane revival, PLA Navy goes global  •  Open Dinghy Regatta, Volvo Ocean Race, Tsing Ma and Spring Regattas, Coronation Cup  •  Shanghai Show

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 193
APRIL 2002
  Number 193  

They’ve gone nuts, mobile phone menace, damned copyright
again, Big Uncle blinked, agent no gent, Koleks, Singapore, Charlestown revisited, adventure in wood, plight of the albatross, fishy future  •  crocodiles  •  Malaysia’s response, Taiwan subs built in Europe, Varyag reaches China  •  China Sea Race, President’s Cup Regatta, paraws racing in Iloilo, America’s Cup  •  Southerly 135 review

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 192
MARCH 2002
  Number 192  

Galileo, a boat is now an it, not much help, bridge over troubled waters, Ling Ding Marina Club, acronyms, sheep shape, home strait, the perfect tender?  •  wine, love for tea  •  Brunei corvette, private navies  •  Hong Kong to Macau and back, Uin-na-Mara Series, Hobie Cup, records for yacht heroine, Tall Pall Memorial Race  •  Pershing 45  •  President’s Cup Regatta supplement

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 191
FEBRUARY 2002
  Number 191  

Cetacean secretions, copyright blues, the hard world of the market, homo delphinus, sailing research lab, one and a half hulls better, Horsburgh’s monument, attacks at sea, MMSIs, jubilee attraction, home is the sailor, bumboat, wooden boat rig  •  avocados  •  Canberra tightens screw on illegals, destroyers for China, new Asian navy, the Irish are coming  •  Hobie Challenge, Four Peaks Race  •  China Sea Race 2002 supplement

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 190
JANUARY 2002
  Number 190  

Sailing’s virtues, mad reflections, crewed joke, that sinking feeling, junk trade, fishy story, light rekindled, EPIRBs, the roar of the traffic, weather eye  •  German wine  •  Japanese sink intruder, jump jets for Taiwan?   •  Phuket King’s Cup, Singapore Straits Regatta, Admiral’s Cup in Ireland?   •  Italyachts 28.5  •  Gold Coast and London boat shows  •  Hobie Challenge supplement

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 189
NOVEMBER 2001
  Number 189  

Tall stories, relative motion, pushme pullyou, Windjet record, dangerous waters, 20,000 words to learn to shout help, speed records, Garden of Eden, Dane and Chinese row the Atlantic, electronic tagging beats boat thieves, smart engine breakthrough, slow but sure  •  scallops  •  keep your distance  •  Round the Island, Optimist Champs, Taal Lake Volcano Regatta  •  Gold Coast
Fair supplement

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 188
OCTOBER 2001
  Number 188  

Losing it, unlighten our darkness, idea takes shape, running the gauntlet, kayak across Atlantic, developments at Hydrographic Office, junk fiction, a ski racer with teeth  •  how tea can keep you on top  •  some anti-piracy successes  •  Sailor of the Year
awards, China Coast Race Week, Magics championships,
Tsing Ma Regatta, Coronation Cup, Port Shelter Regatta  • 
Four Peaks supplement

         
VOLUME XVII   NUMBER 187
SEPTEMBER 2001
  Number187  

Self-triggering batteries, guidebook to an unfamiliar coast, wet feet, bottoms clean, pirate alley, invest in a hole in the water, Hebe Haven Yacht Club, testing sun screen lotion, welding underwater, sea bream, virtual hospital  •  snail space  •  Israeli subs for Taiwan, PLA in Europe, China’s sea patrols  •  Hyatt Macau Cup, Opening and Autumn Regattas, Uin-na-Mara Series, The Weekend  •  Southampton Show battles the gloom

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 186
AUGUST 2001
  Number 186  

Fortress Australia, pirate kings, Galileo, maps don’t lie, sound and fish, et in terra pox . . . a Christmas message, Irrawaddy Flotilla Co, gamblers at sea, Yachting Ventures, Port of Hong Kong, ship console redesign  •  French and New World wine offerings, university team likes it hot  •  new SAR choppers  •  Typhoon Series, IRC council meeting  •  Azimut 74 Solar review

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 185
JULY 2001
  Number 185  

Navigational futures, copy cats, strike a light, mobile phones while racing, two decimal places is enough, GMDSS is a biased lemon, sails gone to pot, bureaucrats want rules, city limits, a future for the fishing industry, beating barnacles, pleasures of Palawan, Ferretti expands, canal restorers achieve the impossible  •  Mother rice, wine  •  missiles for Pratas, sea alert  •  Typhoon Series, forgettable Macau Race  •  Monte Fino 82 review

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 184
JUNE 2001
  Number 184  

Rallies and the learning curve, clean sweep, nanny goes nuts, smart charts, beware the red light district, just desserts, globalization, sail training today, exports roped in, relaxed restrictions, the answer to marine fouling, Maya-Maya Yacht Club  •  crab wise  •  Chinese missiles for Pacific islands, Kiwis under Oz defence umbrella  •  Typhoon Series starts, DB Regatta  •  Seawork 2001  •  Gold Coast Yacht & Country Club

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 183
MAY 2001
  Number 183   Something rang a bell, guns work, larger still and larger, show a leg, proving the pudding, old data, Philippine Streaker, Pacific rowing hero, ticket to buy, helpless, made in Malaysia, getting up your nose, Riva in the East  •  India ready for wine  •  Filipino anti-piracy success, Taiwan navy boost, ships of tomorrow  •  Spring Regatta  •  Beneteau First 40.7 review  •  IMDEX Asia, Shanghai Show
         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 182
APRIL 2001
  Number 182  

Flare up, tough stuff, not Vancouver, maritime motorways, frozen in time, protecting sea life for future generations, wave-energy generator, pilot project, landfall Shang Chuan, Sunsail away  •  coffee drinking  •  Russians return, subsmash  •  San Fernando Race, Paraw regatta, Aussies triumph in Hobies, April Fools Rally

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 181
MARCH 2001
  Number 181  

A sense of scale, majesty of the law, eye eye sir, mad pirate disease, roll model, freak waves, Egypt hasn’t changed, Riau Yacht Club, return of the classics  •  Beneteau First 47.7  •  modern chefs  •  Spratlys harder line, JMSA for anti-pirace work, India’s naval strength, rescue hovercraft  •  President’s Cup revived, Ellen’s next challenge  •  San Fernando Race 2001 supplement

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 180
FEBRUARY 2001
  Number 180  

Space cadets, human scale, trad nav lives, a race too far, dry ship, money for new rope, on your marks, cruise ships go green,
deep-sea sub, nature’s sailors, GMDSS lets the rellies know  • 
new look for AMC’s grill room  •  Chinese warships for Sri Lanka  •  Phang Nga Krabi Regatta, Four Peaks Race, Singapore Straits Regatta  •  President’s Cup Regatta supplement  •  London and AMC boat shows

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 179
JANUARY 2001
  Number 179  

Out of the frying pan, crossing the line, hot topic, just like in the movies, mercy ships, dawn of the cruise market, sharpening skills, search for global warming clues, mariners and modern art, building ships of the future  •  galley gash  •  new role for Macau police, Cam Ranh Bay available, carriers for Japan, naval boost for Taiwan  •  King’s Cup  •  AMC boat show supplement

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 178
DECEMBER 2000
  Number 178  

Toy assisted crunches, Selat Tambrau, the Navtex story, Philippine batelle, flogging a dead horse, Kas on the nail, compensation for Chagos islanders, commuter roars back  •  Scots know how to party  •  Royal Thai Navy emerges, subs lead, Myanmar Navy in turmoil, OPVs for Malaysia, Spratlys boredom  •  Raja Muda Regatta, Taal Lake Volcano Race, DB to Gold Coast, Round the Island and Hainan Races, ASEAN Regatta

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 177
OCTOBER 2000
  Number 177  

overSubtle Difference, it to sail, saintly corruption, deviant harnesses, a moderate sea is a rough sea, dated charts, blowing off steam, Esmeralda  •  salty tales  •  Jolo Island offensive, Indian carrier, nuclear safety  •  China Coast Regatta, Swan Cup, Hyatt Macau Cup, Port Shelter Regatta  •  Four Peaks Race Instructions

         
VOLUME XVI   NUMBER 176
SEPTEMBER 2000
  Number 176  

Blackbeard rides again, dottiness, colour and power for nav lights, mother’s perimeter, boatie dorks, wheel forgetfulness, bitten to death, mistiming meltmis, surf landings  •  Harcourt’s carrier lives and lives, Taiwan Strait power, fish spooks, subs for Malaysia  •  Autumn Regatta, RB victorious, Opening Regatta  •  Southampton Boat Show  •  Hong Kong Maritime News supplement

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 175
AUGUST 2000
  Number 175  

Cheaper EPIRB, all fouled up, duff thinking, two sides to every tail, superficial rubbish, self-destruct buttons, launching the lorcha, Feadship in Gold Coast, spectacles cause fire, Pacific instability, sail training ship Tenacious, dory from Burma  •  figs  •  PLA resumes oversea trip, Chinese amphibious forces, Taiwanese amphibious forces, Sri Lanka Navy boost, Vietnam throws down the gauntlet  •  Cork Week, Typhoon Series  •  Dufour makes a name in Hong Kong

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 174
JULY 2000
  Number 174  

Nasty stuff, piracy news, mussel bound, compass eye, comfort factor, interesting Customs, Hirado scrolls, back in harness, ferry nasty, calling a spade an anchor, double celebrations fo Grand Banks, the cruising Dragon  •  seaweed  •  SAR vessels, Singapore’s maritime reach, Japan rising  •  Swan Cup, 47 boats for the Typhoon Series  •  Seawork 2000, Sydney Show

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 173
JUNE 2000
  Number 173  

That M word again, down the dotted line, economic might is right, vestigial vigias, good wheezes, dropping in, avoid tax ­– stay at sea, prampan, down to the sea in chipas, Lay-Osborn flotilla, heat sink, new tugs, the Halvorsen tradition  •  caviar  •  Fijian naval leader, PLA spy ships  •  Tracy Edwards, Longcheer visit, making the cut-off to Macau  •  Hong Kong Maritime News

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 172
MAY 2000
  Number 172  

Blow into this, race to the top, spelling prowess, dial H for help, the law’s an ass, unsqueaky green, Hakuna Matata, hot air, soldier sailor lascar, GPS and satcoms, there’s accuracy and accuracy  •  lobsters  •  piracy doubts, carrier boost for Indians, Sri Lankan terror, China blocks joint piracy operations  •  Spring Regatta, China Sea Race inshores  •  new Currents Flash, new Hobie Club Bulletin

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 171
APRIL 2000
  Number 171  

Mine’s bigger than yours, enlarge the brain, pining for the sea, in harness, home for old museum pieces, beware bureaucrats, bonjour matelot, a bit of a blow, blown out, highway to The Dome, safer submarines, harnessing green power  •  the Gout Anglais   •  Aussie amphibious squadron, Indians fight piracy, US naval upgrade  •  Iloilo’s paraw regatta, China Sea Race  •  Boat Asia down but not out, Shanghai Show

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 170
MARCH 2000
  Number 170  

Ouroboros, reworking the plot, twitching antennae, GMDSS still a lemon, Hong Kong’s unbeaten record, courtesy flags, not so dumb doggerel, 1999 piracy highest in a decade, having a whale of a time, fishes royal, boating for the future, Cheoy Lee’s new yard  •  chillies  •  Shenzhen for diplomatic missions, Portugal’s Asian naval presence  •  Philippine Hobie Challenge, President’s Cup Regatta, Disco Bay to Gold Coast  •  China Sea Race supplement

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 169
FEBRUARY 2000
  Number 169  

No hands and no wheel, mobile phones, electronic navigation update, Nelson’s footsteps, completely potty, mute swan colony, the X test, troubled oil on the water, the Bruckmann legacy, tanker turned icebreaker  •  premium wines from Chile  •  patrol vessels for Vietnam, Macau Race, Platu 25 champions, BT Global Challenge  •  Earl’s Court 2000, money money money  •  President’s Cup
Regatta supplement

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 168
JANUARY 2000
  Number168  

Log rolling, CT38s, zapping the jetskis, shark repellers, shamateurism meets the information age, dive the Titanic, bureaucratic ReltaionShip, something’s rung a bell, onward cruising sailors, Malaysia and Vietnam push Spratlys claims, Millennium Carnaval, Beneteau Owners’ Rally  •  oranges and lemons  •  new destroyers for China, coast guard for Taiwan  •  13th King’s Cup, Discovery Bay Regatta, America’s Cup Jubilee, hearing re-opened

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 167
NOVEMBER 1999
  Number 167  

Hong Kong’s lost chances, satphone wobble, Tabarly remembered, Y2K, pussy galore, turtle tale, recognition for a lifeboat, tips for hotshots, tides of change for ferries, cruising into the next century  •  making up for no-show navies, Malaysian frigates  •  Four Peaks, Hainan race, Round the Island, Straits Regatta, perfect China
Coast Regatta

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 166
OCTOBER 1999
  Number 166  

GPS at a price, boats for Anti Smuggling Task Force, schooner Voyager, EuroVAT and visitors, biodiesel, Port of Hong Kong, Flores incident, aftermath of York, is your VHF obsolete?
•  Singapore veterans for Timor, Aussie sea surveillance boosted, ‘hospital ships’  •  Port Shelter and LBC Regattas, youngest
skipper circumnavigates

         
VOLUME XV   NUMBER 165
SEPTEMBER 1999
  Number 165  

Radar reflections, give way to starboard, gone fishing, the great days of sail, helping penguins, radar takes a rain check, reviving old flags  •  East Timor naval operations, Vittoria Veneto, China's warship ban, snakeheads target Canada  •  Mirs Bay Race, Festival of Sail, Disco Bay Regatta, Opening Regatta, Round the World Race  •  Guangzhou Show

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 164
AUGUST 1999
  Number 164  

La Niña comeback, alive and well, steam radio lives, the Panama connection, saving sea horses, licensing, environmental boost, classics at Yangon Sailing Club, safer car ferries, kiss me sailor, green fuel, Africans discover Australia, keeping ships safer, order for Cheoy Lee  •  beefeaters rejoice  •  JMSDF leads changes  • Typhoon Series, Western Sailing Regatta, Ozzie round the world race  •  China steel

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 163
JULY 1999
  Number 163  

El Niño, turning turtle, plastic plague, mutant clones, microchips on cod, cooking the books, hand in glove, insured, narrow boats, danger, Wang Tak  •  home brew  •  rampant piracy, Filipinos exercise with Ozzies, Taiwan Strait  •  Typhoon Series, King’s Cup  •  order for Asia at Seawork 99

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 162
JUNE 1999
  Number 162  

DGPS, junk records, HK Shipping Register fights back, Galileo, navigating, shrinking ice sheets, labour of love, fun on the Huan, sun screen lotions, tsunami, row across the Pacific, neglected inheritance, life for new seafarers  •  Australian wine  •  Brits act against piracy, Estrada’s maritime diplomacy, Korean confrontation, command ships  •  Typhoon Series, Volvo Ocean Race, Spring Regatta, changes to Admiral’s Cup

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 161
MAY 1999
  Number 161  

Good golly Galileo, GPS jammer, aye aye, trouble in bed, Y2K, first China Coast Race, tools of the trade, green flash that’s yellow, separating oil from water, Sunseeker superyacht, world’s biggest cat  •  Madeira wine  •  US warship barred, JMSDF, Kosovo naval angle  •  Dongguan show, Boat Asia, IMDEX

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 160
APRIL 1999
  Number 160  

Cruising the Net, sued by crew, DNA coelacanth row, lone watch keeping, pick up the phone, International Certificate of Competence, eastward ho, Hong Kong show collapses, tides watch, offshore safety, climbing curve, oysters with thick shells, Prout history  •  local beverages  •  boats for Australian customs, Taiwan responds, trimaran warship  •  San Fernando Race, President’s Cup  •  Shanghai Show

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 159
MARCH 1999
  Number 159  

GMDSS meets lifeboat chasers, steam radio in decline, Southeast Asia Cruising Guide, navigating, lively Glonass, going aloft, low emission outboards  •  oysters, growing tomatoes  •  missile defenses, organized crime in on the act, your country needs you  •  Hong Kong Volvo Race entry, Chinese New Year Macau Race  •  San Fernando and President’s Cup supplements

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 158
FEBRUARY 1999
  Number 158   GPS comes of age, end for old EPIRBs, navigators and software, have a knife handy, keeping your feet, Britannia welcomes thousands, OMC developments, British registration, success for yachtswoman, rescue service, wave impact testing, old canals for fibre-optic routes  •  best of best wines  •  China’s maritime strategy, Orleana and Kingston Shoals  •  fast but frustrating Four Peaks, Formula One grand prix
         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 157
JANUARY 1999
  Number 157  

VAT’s good sense, windup GPS, Indiamen, kid’s stuff, sundogs and other halos, rising costs, submarine technology for old barque  •  divine chocolate  •  atrocities at sea, Kiwis spurn frigate, Australia boosts sea surveillance, showdown or kow-tow, Sea School  •  Opening Regatta, King’s Cup, preview of Four Peaks, BT Global Challenge  •  meet you in the Guiness Bar, China Amusement Expo

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 156
DECEMBER 1998
  Number 156  

Freedom of the seas, La Niña on track, up the creek, ocean studies, not just another boatshow, first in last out, programme for hull inspection data, prime view of plankton  •  tasty, traditional cheese  •  the incursions continue, RN carrier to Central American rescue  •  Straits Regatta, LBC Regatta, Round the Island Race, Varuna Cup, Benetau Owners’ Rendezvous  •  Four Peaks Race supplement

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 155
NOVEMBER 1998
  Number 155  

Loran C on the upgrade, one regional show, beastly bureaucracy, scorched earth, coelacanth, meeting the risks of glacial flooding, paper charts to computers, Jadalinkir rejuvenated  •  latest wine news  •  PAP a force to be reckoned with, Chinese spyships  •  Port Shelter Regatta, Zapcat festival, China Race Week  •  Vancouver Wooden Boat Festival, International Festival of the Sea

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 154
OCTOBER 1998
  Number 154  

Oceans should be public trust, miles apart, dragon boating interest in Britain, floating laboratory, COA contributes to Adventure Ship, inflatable sling  •  mushrooms and the art of mycophagy  •  RN chopper ditches off Singapore, Tarawa  •  Macau Race, ABC and RHKYC Opening Regattas  •  Iroquois review, Prima 38 success  •  China Race Week supplement

         
VOLUME XIV   NUMBER 153
SEPTEMBER 1998
  Number 153  

Loran reprieved, a view from the wire, Jalur Gemilang Challenge, GPS problems, tall ships live, lighting the way ahead, piracy scourge continues, cleaning up oil spills breakthrough  •  food in London  •  fast pursuit craft for Hong Kong police, helicopter carrier for Britain, revolutionized warships  •  Typhoon 8, Hamilton Island Race Week, Five Pubs Race, Kenwood Cup, Optimists championships  •  Four Winns Horizon QX, Cigarette introduces 42 Tiger

         
VOLUME XIII   NUMBER 152
AUGUST 1998
  Number 152  

Large clipper ship, La Niña on schedule, strike a light, world record for Cable & Wireless, fresh horizons, bubble-free breathing system, high-speed ferries, inflatable garments  •  the not so humble potato, food world tour  •  Estrada tested, Macau localization complete  •  Typhoon Series, Cork Week  •  Fairline’s latest, Tigé times  •  APIME, Seawork 98, Boat & METS Asia ’99

         
VOLUME XIII  NUMBER 151
JULY 1998
  Number 151  

Millennium bug, blue book blues, jam for everyone, abolishing licence fees, closure of Vietnamese refugee saga, Twinscope, Portuguese should get credit GPS in civvies, Decca on its last legs, west Thailand charter  •  don’t rain on my parade  •  China’s warship exports  •  Karl and the Kenwood, Typhoon Series, St John’s regatta, King’s Cup, Osaka Cup entries, Whitbread Round the World Race

         
VOLUME XIII  NUMBER 150
JUNE 1998
  Number 150  

Baglietto from 1854 to 1988, Malaysian circumnavigation, Stanley dragon boats, shark attacks on the Cote d’Azure, European Value Added Tax, a home for Britannia, good news on the VHF front, oil in shallow seas, P&O liner, vacuum seabed for diamonds, spare rib  •  ginger, the spice of life  •  new PLA warships, China renews pressure on Spratlys  •  Spring and Sydney Regattas, Macau Race, Cork Week

         
VOLUME XIII  NUMBER 149
MAY 1998
  Number 149  

Monitoring local America’s Cup challenges, Petro Ranger update, Calicoan Yacht Club, one of life’s handicaps, last bite, Year of the Ocean, futuristic symbol for historic port, reed beds purify, discovery trails  •  curry and the British, Argentinean fine wine and beef  •  President’s Cup, Whitbread Round the World Race  •  Beneteau 25 Platu, Prima Yachts visit  •  Boat Asia, Shanghai show

         
VOLUME XIII  NUMBER 148
APRIL 1998
  Number 148  

Peter Gilmour interview, piracy alive and well, mal de mer, high speed craft and the Colregs, The Asian Sea, Port of Hong Kong, millennium bug, GPS and satellite communications, the advanced HMS Scott, intelligent submarine  •  garlic  •  Manila and the Bristol connection  •  carriers for Britain and Japan, broader horizons for PLA Navy  •  China Sea Race, Dragon Boat Festival  •  PIBS and Cebu Marine Expo

         
         
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