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Message from Grant Dalton – Auckland, New Zealand

This week has seen a highly orchestrated attack on our integrity and credibility by people with questionable motives. We want to reassure all of our supporters, our sponsors, and partners that there has been no misappropriation of public money, and we are working with MBIE to clear all allegations. Peeling back …

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America’s Cup: Brits riding a whale

As the story goes, it was during the 2017 America’s Cup in Bermuda when Britain’s Ben Ainslie had a life changing experience. He had come to Bermuda knowing his team had not done what was needed to win the America’s Cup, and while that scenario played out, Ainslie met in …

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Tokyo 2020: Locals not so welcoming

When the Sailing venue at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games moved the 60 kilometers from Tokyo Bay to Sagami Bay off of Enoshima, it was due to the airport flight path complicating the broadcast plan. While it is preferred for the Sailing events to be more closely located to the …

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Antonini Navi presenta UP40 – Crossover

UP40 – Crossover is the first yacht designed by the brand in collaboration with Fulvio De Simoni. Available in Open Deck and Enclosed Bridge versions, it offers a contemporary take on classic boats, featuring an understated and ever present elegance and flowing, pared down forms. Antonini Navi presents UP40 – …

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Dear Islander

We are delighted that we are able to get back into print this month, and at the response we have had to the news from Advertisers and readers alike. We would also like to say a huge thank you to our advertisers who stuck with us through the past three …

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Tokyo 2020: Smoke rising, second wave?

As media reports in Japan estimate the yearlong delay of the Olympic and Parlympic Games caused by the coronavirus pandemic will cost between $2 billion to $6 billion, that’s a lot of money for an economy handcuffed by the disease. And as the handcuffs get loosened, Tokyo reported 60 new cases of …

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