Checking your steering systems will solve lots of issues.
Some boats left idle over winter will discover their boats have a sticky helm. Before applying brute force, consider a simple fix-it.
One Ton Cup
Rainbow II will be back for another crack
The Auckland Star, 21 July 1969, had two major stories: “One Small Step for Man” and “Rainbow Wins Battle of Jutland”. Kiwis were over the moon.
The new way to control your electronics
BEP Marine invented a product that replaced its products - a new way to control your electronics.
What a drag
Anchor trouble in paradise
Our Australian friends on an Amel 54 snapped their anchor chain on coral in a storm and were blown onto a reef, putting a cruel end to their Pacific cruising.
VIDEO - SL33 Hydrofoiling Catamaran
Boating NZ goes for a ride on an ex-Team NZ flying machine.
McLay Cross Overs
Combining potnoon boat safety with the striking looks of a conventional style boat - topped of with a seriously cool paint job.
Tristram 690 Cabriolet
Here's the video from the review of the Tristram 690 Cabriloet from the March 2013 issue of Boating NZ.
From the March pages of Boating, here's a tour of the Dufour 445.
The SL33 hi-tech catamaran, developed by Emirates Team New Zealand, showed the world how to foil and not crap out in the death zone.
It’s a formula as old as the America’s Cup: rule makers publish their work and designers start looking for loop holes.
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Engine vibrations ruining your boating? Help is at hand.
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