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Quest defends Sydney to Mooloolaba title By Ian Grant, 5:34 PM Thu 30 Jan 2003
Quest, Bob Steel’s undisputed Australian offshore yacht racing champion will defend her 2002 Sydney to Mooloolaba trophy win in the 2003 coastal classic starting on Wednesday April 9th. The high performance ocean racer completely revamped with the latest speed sailing technology including the Doyle Fraser D4 Carbon sail system has dominated Australian ocean racing since winning Sydney-Mooloolaba last autumn. ...[more]

Doyle Fraser’s D4 powers on in 2003 By The Sail-World Team, 7:01 AM Tue 28 Jan 2003
2002 was a great year for the Australian developed D4 sail making system and now 2003 is continuing to be just as strong. ...[more]

Australia's Foreign Affair wins Key West for second year By Ricard Perini, 8:56 AM Sat 25 Jan 2003
Skipper Richard Perini reports from ther last day of Key West 2003. We woke this morning to the coldest Key West day on record, 40 degrees F, with the wind howling from the North at 25+. The RC postponed the start for 1 1/2 hours and announced there would be only one race today, which suited us just fine! ...[more]

Doyle Fraser Sails dominate Sydney - Hobart Race By Bob Fraser, 4:22 PM Tue 7 Jan 2003
The 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart race proved again the outstanding performance of Doyle Fraser Sails and the Australian developed D4 sail system with the overall winner in IMS and IRC together with wins in IMS Class A and every class ( A, B and C) under IRC. ...[more]

Bob Fraser & Col Anderson celebrate 25 Hobart races aboard Nips ‘n Tux in Rolex Sydney-Hobart Race By Di Pearson, 3:09 PM Mon 30 Dec 2002
Doyle Fraser Principal, Bob Fraser and Colin Anderson, Manager of Doyle Fraser in Melbourne, finished the Rolex Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race aboard Howard de Torres’ Nips ‘n Tux after three days at sea. ...[more]

Overall win to Quest as Zeus II just falls short By Peter Campbell, 10:58 AM Mon 30 Dec 2002
Sydney yachtsman Bob Steel with his state-of-the-art 46-footer, Quest, is the Overall Winner of the 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. ...[more]

Don’t bet against Quest By Al Constable, 7:50 PM Sun 29 Dec 2002
The overall winner of the 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will be decided tomorrow morning, but the odds are shortening dramatically. ...[more]

Close Racing in British Trophy Series By Di Pearson, 6:21 PM Fri 20 Dec 2002
The same two yachts tying for first place yesterday are still locked in battle after another days races. Ragamuffin and Nips N Tux are currently jointly leading the British Trophy Series in the lead-up to the Rolex Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race. ...[more]

Sydney’s bushfires force on-water Rolex Sydney to Hobart sail deliveries By Al Constable, 4:40 PM Fri 6 Dec 2002
Australia’s Doyle Fraser Central Coast loft, 30 minutes north of Sydney, is building its world famous D4 sails for many of the top contenders in the Rolex Sydney to Hobart race. ...[more]

Sydney 38 Stella favourite for Asian Circuit By Al Constable, 2:36 PM Mon 21 Oct 2002
After a convincing win in the China Coast series and a second in the 355 nm Hainan Island Race, Fred Kinmonth’s Sydney 38 Stella will now start favourite for the upcoming regatta’s on the Asian circuit. ...[more]

Stellar performance in 2002 China Coast Regatta By Al Constable, 7:23 AM Thu 17 Oct 2002
The Royal Hong Kong’s China Coast Regatta’s climax is the Hainan Race. Made famous during the Cold War spy flights saga, Hainan Island is 355 nautical miles south west of Hong Kong off the main land Chinese coast. ...[more]

Foreign Affair fifth in Mumm 30 World Championship By Richard Perini, 8:09 AM Sun 29 Sep 2002
Richard Perini has mounted a serious campaign over the last year in the Mumm 30 Class with his Australian entry Foreign Affair. He reports on the last day at the 2002 Mumm 30 World Championship in Anapolis. MD ...[more]

The Foreign Affair continues at the Mumm30 World Championship By Richard Perini, 8:14 AM Sat 28 Sep 2002
Australia's Richard Perini continues his race by race report from Annapolis. After an ordinary start Foreign Affair is climbing back up the leaderboard. ...[more]

Mumm 30 World Day 2 was a mixed day for Australia's Foreign Affair By Richard Perini, 7:12 PM Fri 27 Sep 2002
Owner Skipper Ricard Perini writes from the road. His dedication in penning a report after a hard days racing is an example which other racing sailors should consider worthy of emulation. ....here is his report from Day 2. We finished 3rd best boat of the day (5,2,13) to Steadfast (2,1,2) and Alina (7,3,4). Overall Foreign Affair moves up to 5th on 54 points behind Printel Wind (ITA, 29), Alina (ITA, 30), Steadfast (CAN, 31), and Illusion (USA, 49). ...[more]

Mumm 30 World Championship, reports from Australia's Foreign Affair By Richard Perini, 8:41 AM Thu 26 Sep 2002
Foreign Affair's skipper Richard Perini reports 35 boats here at Annapolis for the 2002 worlds, with entries from Italy, Holland, Canada, Monaco, Australia, USA and France. The Foreign Affair team have their regular line up of Australians Darren Jones (mainsheet), Jason Rowed (trimmer), Toby Bristow (bow), Stan Eldershaw (pit) and Chris Cook (floater), with Californian Steve Flam doing tactics. ...[more]

Australia's Richard Perini Prepared for Action at Champagne Mumm 30 Worlds By Di Pearson, 7:32 AM Tue 17 Sep 2002
Thirty-four teams from around the world will vie for the world crown when the Champagne Mumm 30 One Design World Championships are raced out of Annapolis, in the USA, from September 25-28. ...[more]

Dibley's 'Out of the Blue' dominates in first Regatta By Kevin Dibley, 2:53 PM Sat 7 Sep 2002
Sailing in their first International Regatta, Frank Brace and crew walked away with the PHS trophy in the small boat division of Hoggs Breath Race Week held from the 9th to the 15th of August in Queensland, Australia . This event has become one of the most contested regattas in Australasia. ...[more]

Richard Perini reports from last shoot out in Mumm 30 North American titles By Richard Perini, 7:03 AM Mon 22 Jul 2002
A beautiful sunny day with no wind as we left the dock to head out to the offshore course for the final race of the Rolex regatta and Mumm30 North American Championships. With 3 boats in contention (Foreign Affair, Intermec and Steadfast), it was going to be tense... ...[more]

Australia's Foreign Affair leads North American Mumm 30 titles By Richard Perini, 5:23 PM Sun 21 Jul 2002
Richard Perini's Foreign Affair is campaigning hard to winn the Mumm 30 World. Here is a report from Day 2 of the American Mumm 30 championships. ...[more]

Australians favourite for North American Mumm 30 titles By Di Pearson, 5:13 PM Fri 19 Jul 2002
With racing due to get underway tomorrow for the Mumm 30 North American Championships in the New York Yacht Club Race Week at Newport, presented by Rolex, Sydneysider Richard Perini and his crew aboard Foreign Affair have been touted by the American's as the 'leading contender' for the title. ...[more]

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