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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
REGULAR ITEMS:

Racing Logbook - Sydney-Hobart; Luhrs round Cape Horn in record time; new Lexcen/Pedrick maxi; British Steel Challenge; Steinlager ketch; Lady Arran's electric-power record attempt
Property Pages - Alexander Snow's international guide to the best in waterside homes. This month: Californian house with Pacific views; properties in Majorca, Tenerife, Algarve, Brighton
Charter & Brokerage - In this month's News Pages: Proctor carbonfibre spars; new Arcoa powerboats from France; Codag express cruiser; Supermarine Swordfish 36; Navstar Navigator's Yeoman

FEATURES:

Above the Arctic Circle - In the vast frozen wastes of Northern Canada a group of explorers found ice-bergs, glaciers, mountain scenes and friendly eskimo villages, all in an eerie Arctic silence
Scary Monsters, Super Freaks - D Charles, C Renie - At the turn of the century the Quincy and Seawanhaka Cups caused designers to cast off their inhibitions and loose anarchic, freak yachts upon the United States racing scene
Jongert: A Fine Dutch Tradition - Adrian Morgan - Builders of fine sailing yachts to the highest Dutch standards, Jongert owe their commercial success to their excellent reputation and to their marketing supremo, Herbert Dahm
Grand Designs Part 2 - In the second part of our major series on the world's top superyacht designers we profile Tom Fexas, Franco Harrauer, Ron Holland, John Munford and First Impressions

ON BOARD:

Blue Fascination - Adrian Morgan - This boat is a powerful sailing superyacht with a few surprises... nearly a quarter of her internal space is taken up by a garage, containing a menagerie of toys for grown-ups
Destiny - Donald Starkey - The 53m (173ft) Destiny, with her superb Terence Disdale interior, has been designed as a luxury full-time residence in which her owners can travel for business and pleasure
Moonbeam - Roger Lean-Vercoe - Before she fell into disrepair the classic 1903 sailing yacht Moonbeam was described as 'one of Mr Fife's most perfect fast cruisers'. Now she is pristine perfection once more

Cover picture - The foredeck of Moonbeam, the newly-restored Fife sailing yacht. The new Francis bronze windlass is electrically powerered, but subtlely designed so as to be in keeping with Moonbeam's traditional look Picture B. Gedlek
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