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Navigating the Australian nightmare

With Scuttlebutt HQ in California, the threat of brushfires is never far away. You get used to it, you prepare for it, but that doesn’t minimize it, and despite our familiarity, what Australia is enduring remains mind-blowing. Enduring the worst wildfires seen in decades, the country has fires in every …

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Feadship’s ARROW christened

Feadship’s ARROW 75m now embarks on sea trials. A large crowd of Feadship personnel and invited guests joined the owner and his party on Friday 10 January for the christening and official naming ceremony of the newest member of the Feadship family – the 75m Arrow. Having originally left the construction …

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Oyster Yachts founder to join board

Richard Matthews makes a comeback. Richard Matthews founded Oyster in 1973 Richard Matthews, founder of the blue-water cruising yacht brand Oyster Yachts, has accepted an invitation from current owner, Richard Hadida, to join the board. In a statement, the UK yacht-builder suggested that this acceptance was “a testament to Matthews’ …

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America’s Cup: A good day for women

America’s Cup: Women rule the waves for a day — with help from umpire’s call There are times when the impact of a historic event can’t be judged until a later date. The first all-female crew in the 144-year history of the America’s Cup opened the defense trials yesterday by …

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Tokyo 2020: The heat is on, literally

With just six months to go before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, time is short as nations and their athletes prepare for the conditions on Sagami Bay. And while the host is responsible for preparing the venue, it is compulsory for each sporting federation to manage the process. Alastair Fox is …

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