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BOATING NZ MAY 2020

Printed Magazine, Postage added at Checkout, NZ Only

Boating New Zealand is NZ’s number one selling and largest boating magazine. Boating New Zealand inspires more boating enthusiasts than any other boating title in New Zealand. Founded in 1986, it is part of the fabric of the boating scene. The magazine brings to its readers reviews of new boats, coverage of technical innovations, boat maintenance advice and cruising adventure stories. Its expert columnists enjoy dedicated followers every month. Our readers represent this country’s boating public from owners and crew of small yachts and powerboats, mid-size cruisers and racers, to owners of luxury yachts and motoryachts.

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REVIEWS

012 Kinetic Cat 62
Performance catamarans like this carbon 62-footer simply eat up those tradewind miles, while their shallow draft is ideal for gunk-holing.
BY KEVIN GREEN

044 Offshore 650 Pro Dive
Jonathan Barlow and the crew at Offshore Boats NZ gave boat designer Alan Walker a very specific brief for the Offshore 650: ride, ride, ride!
BY JOHN EICHELSHEIM

FEATURES

022 Liveaboard lockdown
Lockdown aboard our 12m kauri keeler in an isolated bay on Aotea Great Barrier Island – no knife fights yet.
BY LINDSAY WRIGHT

028 Shared moorings
With many bays now obstructed by boat moorings, finding an anchorage in a sheltered haven is difficult.
BY JIM LOTT

032 A perfect pairing
Torqeedo’s milestone 100,000th electric drive is being installed in a 34m British superyacht – a Spirit 111.
BY LAWRENCE SCHÄFFLER

038 The world below
The colourful world of life underwater is brought to you by some of the world’s most renowned photographers.
BY LAWRENCE SCHÄFFLER

058 Gone but not forgotten
Dereliction, defects and collisions are behind the demise of many beautiful classics built between 1885 and 1951.
BY BRUNO CIANCI

068 Danube doldrums
Other than Africa’s Nile, it’s hard to pick a river that’s been more instrumental in advancing humanity’s scientific, industrial and cultural evolution than Europe’s Danube.
BY LAWRENCE SCHÄFFLER

076 One last boat
Coromandel seaman Jim Morgan just can’t help himself. “She was just too good a boat to sink on the mooring,” he says of his latest acquisition, the little wooden workboat Lisa Rose.
BY LINDSAY WRIGHT

080 A little head of steam
Steam spawned the Industrial Revolution and with it, powered vessels. Some 230 years on only the relics remain, operated by dedicated enthusiasts.
BY LAWRENCE SCHÄFFLER

084 Last Cape Horner
When a young Malcolm Pearson went to sea the world was a different place. It was a time after WWII, but before the rise of precision timing, just-in-time delivery and the madness of the high-speed world. Also a time when it was still (just) economic to run a cargo ship under sail.
BY MATT VANCE

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