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2011 Commodore's race - Race report and resultsSimon Torvaldsen
Tue May 10, 2011, Fremantle, Western Australia
The 31st annual Commodore's race was held at Fremantle on 10/04/2011, under very pleasant conditions. It was a race where all the highly fancied competitors made navigational errors and came last, with the winner being a very well sailed (and correctly navigated!) Le Jag. Apologies for the delay in posting, for a full race report and results, please click here
S&S34 wins 2011 Geographe Bay Race Week, as well as the Iberia race!Simon Torvaldsen
Sat March 5, 2011, Geographe Bay, Western Australia
Mike Finn sailing Constellation, has sailed a superb series to convincingly win IRC Red Division. Constellation had 7 first places from 10 starts in what is generally regarded as Western Australia's premier offshore regatta. For the full results, please click here
S&S34 features in November 2010 edition of Australian Sailing MagazineSimon Torvaldsen
Thu December 30, 2010, Australian Sailing magazine
The November edition of Australian Sailing features a 4 page article on the S&S34, written by Bernie Kaaks. It focuses on what makes this such a remarkable design, still competitive in racing (now under IRC) 40 years after the first boats were launched. It is an article featuring the new S&S34's rather than a simple boat test, and may be another good reason to buy a copy of the magazine.
Jamie Dunross arrives home after solo circumnavigation of AustraliaSimon Torvaldsen
Sun July 25, 2010, Fremantle, Western Australia
Para-Olympic medallist and long distance record holder Jamie Dunross arrived home to Perth on 25th July 2010, completing his solo circumnavigation of Australia. Jamie is quadriplegic, and is sailing his new S&S34 "Spirit of Rockingham", which has been specially adapted for disabled sailing. He has set numerous long distance disabled records, and his circumnavigation was a truly remarkable achievement, a tough trip for anyone, let alone someone totally unable to use his legs and with only limited use of his arms. Please click HERE for a link to Jamie's website, for further information.
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