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Australian Boating (AB) Current Issue (12 p.a).

On the leaderboard in March issue, is the final results of the spectacular SAILGP running on Sydney Harbour with seven teams competing for million-dollar purse. The Aussies (led by Tom Slingsby), winners of last year’s inaugural SAILGP in the superfast, foiling F50s, were the odds-on bookies’ favourite – but nobody saw the Brits coming, and were foolishly dismissive of their chances. In a race series reminiscent of a classic Ashes Test bout, the Brits, led by Sir Ben Ainslie, demolished the competition and walked right through the fleet to win the first round in dramatic fashion. Much as we all hated to admit it – it was a masterclass of international level yacht racing in the fastest racing yachts in the world.<br>

Another major feature – and certainly unusual – is a stunning 18 page analysis of what Australia needs to do to prevent another catastrophic bushfire season like the one we've just endured. This acclaimed supplement is a must-read addition to a very interesting magazine line-up.<br>

Other big features include the fascinating story of Yoshi, the loggerhead turtle beloved by millions of people, who has just completed the swim (!!) From South Africa to Nor’ West Australia - you've gotta read this to believe it! As well, Neil Dunstan has produced a comprehensive analysis about fishing the islands off Central Queensland which is pure gold, whilst PW reboots one of the all-time classic boat reports – comparing a single engine Cruise Craft 685 Explorer to a twin engined 685 Explorer with hard data on the difference between the engines’ performance, economy and value for money.<br>

This is a very interesting magazine, and worth every cent of the ongoing $69 rate for 12 terrific issues – but keep an eye out if you have never seen Australian Boating before, and you've been wondering about how digital magazines work.<br>

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