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Boat International Magazine, November 1989 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
REGULAR ITEMS:
Racing Logbook - Whitbread - the first leg; Nightmare in the Baltic; World Match Racing Championship; Kenwood Cup News; Punting on the Thames; Powerboat Racing - the Cowes Torquay Classic
News Pages - Boat Owners' Paradise at Dominion Beach; Lewmar make their biggest-ever winch; Donald Trump's new megayacht; Diveman Dives Deeper; MPS Gilgenast-designed 43-metre (140-footer)
Brokerage News - Boat International's selection from among the most desirable yachts currently for sale through brokers around the world. An invaluable buyer's and browser's guide

FEATURES:
Whitbread Start - Adrian Morgan - Adrian Morgan captures the unforgettable atmosphere as spectators on board 2000 boats, and thousands more onshore wished the fleet goodbye on the start of their epic voyage
On Board at Genoa - The superyacht G-Whiz; the new Swan 44, Baltic 64 and Tempest 60; expertly made interiors from RvE. We preview the best on show at Genoa, the most cosmopolitan of shows
Fort Lauderdale Boat Show Guide - Fort Lauderdale is the essential show for superyacht owners, would-be owners, and aficionados; it even has the 100 Club, a special section for superyachts of over 30m (100ft)
Leading Lights - Tom Cunliffe - The story of the Bristol Pilot Cutters, the classic working boats with a colourful history of storms, sinkings, smuggling and seamanship on Britain's rugged West Coast
Maxi Magic - Hugh Schmitt - It was magic in the Med this year, as the magnificent maxis like Longobarda and Drumbeat brought sparkling sailing and booming bar takings to Palma and Porto Cervo

REVIEW AT SOUTHAMPTON:
Westerly 48 Sunseeker 43 - Our new Review section showing the best medium-range yachts continues with Westerly's Oceanmaster 48 and Sunseeker's Thunderhawk seen at the Southampton Show

ON BOARD:
St Eval - Jonathan Eastland - When a dying tug captured the imagination of Peter de Savary, she found herself plucked from obscurity, painstakingly refurbished, and turned into a star of PR
C&N 82 Bao Bab - Jonathan Eastland - The new C&N custom motor yacht, appearing at the Genoa Show, has the aesthetic appeal of traditional teak and the seakindliness of her Nelson semi-displacement hull

Cover photograph by Patrick Roach - Pictured at the Solent start of the current Whitbread race, Esprit de Liberte was the winner of the Whitbread Trophy for the 1985/6 race. She is a 17.6m (57.75ft) Briand design and has become one of the Whitbread veterans having competed as Export 33 in the 1981/2 race and as Esprit d'Equipe in 1985/86.
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