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Boat International Magazine, January 1990 Issue

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

Racing Logbook - Are you eligible? lYRU's new eligibility code discussed; ORC meetings - new Admiral's Cup format; Two new transatlantic challengers; Round the World Race Log - another fatality
News Pages - An even bigger Sensation; from the men that drew the Ferrari Testarossa and Jamarella - a new Beneteau; Plico collapsible motorbike; instant water for shipwreck survival
Charter and Brokerage News - The magnificent Trump Princess, ex-Nabila, heads this month's selection from among the most desirable motor and sailing yachts currently for sale and charter around the world

FEATURES:

White Russian - Skip Novak - Fazisi, the white-hulled Russian maxi, has overcome tragedy, lack of funds and too little time, to prove that there's still more to the Round the World Race than roubles
Nioulargue 89 - Jason Holtom - In the theatre of the sea, the Nioulargue of St Tropez has become a spectacle in the very best traditions of yachting, each year finding new ways to charm and fascinate
Tahiti, Charter Paradise - Karen Pankhurst - Swaying palm trees, balmy breezes and deserted beaches; colourful markets and waterside bars - French Polynesia is the quintessential South Pacific charter destination
High Rollers - Ray Bulman - Another Paradise, this time for gamblers, is Atlantic City. But the stakes were too high for the offshore powerboats who came late in the season for their world championships
Power News - Water jets, gas turbines, Fabio Buzzi's Seatek diesel, MAN's new model in white and gold - the Genoa show brought together the fastest, and most fashion-conscious new engines

REVIEW:

Birchwood TS49, Feeling 446 - Boat International's choice of the best new medium-range yachts; Birchwood's luxurious aft cabin motor-cruiser, and a sparkling sailing performer joining the Feeling range

ON BOARD:

Royal Eagle II - Roger Lean-Vercoe - Camper & Nicholsons' largest commission since Endeavour //in 1936 was launched earlier this year. High performance and cruising comfort are the key features of this 30m cutter
Southern Cross III - Rupert Nelson - Futuristic in both style and construction, the largest carbon-fibre superyacht in the world is a Bannenberg extravaganza, built for larger-than-life Australian entrepreneur Alan Bond

Cover photograph by Eric Vargiolu/DPPI - Class I powerboat Martini Bianco is a 12.3m (40.35ft) aluminium catamaran designed and built by driver Renato Molinari. In the twin-cockpit design Molinari on the far side steers whilst Carl Bodega on the nearside operates the throttles that control the twin 880hp Lamborghini engines - attempting to keep the boat as close to the water as possible and avoiding over-revving on the Arneson surface drives. The catamarans did not fare well in the Atlantic City world championships
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