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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
REVIEWS
NIMBUS BALLISTA 32 - A hot new Mediterranean-style open day-cruiser from this renowned Swedish builder of quality motoryachts
VIKING 65 - American Vikings are invading Europe, with new Euro-styled motor cruisers and aservice base on the Cote d'Azur
HALLBERG RASSY 42F - Asailing yacht designed by German Frers with the faultlessly fine joinery that is hardto believe on a production boat

REGULARS:
INTERNATIONAL NEWS - New Disdale 34m (112ft) by Brooke, Sunseeker's Caribbean 52 Flybridge, Staluppi'ssuperfast35m(115ft),new boats from Ferretti.Benetti.Codecasa
RACING LOGBOOK - 50ft Lymington regatta, Whitbread update, America's Cup, One Ton Cup; Italian Atlantic Challenger Destriem
CHARTER & BROKERAGE NEWS - This is the time to buy the hottest race-boats in existence, straight from the Admiral's Cup. Plus LadyMoura and classic yachts for sale and charter

ON BOARD:
VICTORIA OF STRATHEARN - Camper & Nicholsons' impressive new flagship is a 27m (90ft) S&S-designed ketch with an interior by Andrew Winch. By Adrian Morgan
CARMAC VII - The latest launching from Feadship is 45.72m (150ft)of timeless styling and faultless workmanship, in aformulathat never fails. By JanSpivey

FEATURES :
COWES TORQUAY - The high speed, high-risk Class 1 powerboat racers face one of the toughest courses in the European championship. Preview by David Sewell
BOAT HANDLING - How to test a boat's handling, and tricks for getting the best out of yourboat in difficult conditions in the final partof Emrhys Barren's boattesting series
ANTIGUA ANTICS -= "It ain't the sandbars that'll kill ya,it's the beach bars", goes the sailors' proverb and at Antigua surviving the rum parties is as impressive as winning a race.Story: JolyonByerlyand GaryGoodlander
RIVA INTO THE FUTURE - From their ultimately classy runabouts to their new range of production super-yachts, Riva have always led where others fol lowed. Part 2 of their story so to by Emrhys Barrel I
THE BRITISH RENAISSANCE - Three superyacht builders, Brooke, C&N and Pendennis, have formed a Federation to put Britain back at the forefront of the industry

Cover - Photograph by Max Browne - 1991 Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, racing aboard the 18m (59ft) 1927 Moonshine built by Dickies of Tarbert and designed by Albert Strange, looking towards the 35m (114ft) staysail schooner Aschanti of Saba
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