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  • Bob Steel, owner and skipper of Quest

    Bob Steel, owner and skipper of Quest

    Bob Steel talks about the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race.
  • Stewart Thwaites - Owner of Zana

    Stewart Thwaites - Owner of Zana

    Stewart Thwaites is the owner and skipper of maxi yacht Zana. The yacht was designed and built in New Zealand under the modern rules of ocean racing and came a credible 2nd over the line in the 2003 Rolex Sydney Hobart
  • Barney Walker - crewman aboard Skandia

    Barney Walker - crewman aboard Skandia

    Barney Walker is one of the lead crew aboard Skandia
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  • Bob Steel, owner and skipper of Quest
    • 29 Dec, 2003 08:50:00 PM

    Bob Steel, owner and skipper of Quest

    Bob Steel talks about the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race.

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  • Stewart Thwaites - Owner of Zana
    • 29 Dec, 2003 08:15:00 PM

    Stewart Thwaites - Owner of Zana

    Stewart Thwaites is the owner and skipper of maxi yacht Zana. The yacht was designed and built in New Zealand under the modern rules of ocean racing and came a credible 2nd over the line in the 2003 Rolex Sydney Hobart

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  • Barney Walker - crewman aboard Skandia
    • 29 Dec, 2003 06:41:00 PM

    Barney Walker - crewman aboard Skandia

    Barney Walker is one of the lead crew aboard Skandia

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  • We Came, We Saw But Did Not Conquer
    • 29 Dec, 2003 03:49:00 PM

    We Came, We Saw But Did Not Conquer

    “Our predictions for this race were very different from what we experienced. We’d studied the weather of the last ten years of the Hobart, we charted it, plotted it, set the boat up for the average of the ten years, but there is no average weather.”

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  • Fresh from the fleet...
    • 29 Dec, 2003 12:59:00 PM

    Fresh from the fleet...

    "The highlight of the night was a dolphin escort. Their phosporescence as they charged at us made us think of torpedos": Degrees of Freedom skipper

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  • Dream and believe, but stay clear of the "Grundig Triangle"
    • 29 Dec, 2003 12:31:00 PM

    Dream and believe, but stay clear of the "Grundig Triangle"

    On the first night following Grundig AAPT was leading the fleet until she hit a sunfish that rendered one of her two rudders useless.

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  • Cruel dismasting robs 1993 winner of anniversary celebration
    • 29 Dec, 2003 11:50:00 AM

    Cruel dismasting robs 1993 winner of anniversary celebration

    The 10-year anniversary voyage for the Melbourne 46-footer Dysons Cobb & Co ended this morning some 102 miles from the finish of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race – with a dismasting off the East Coast of Tasmania.

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    • 29 Dec, 2003 11:36:00 AM

    The 2002 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

    The Rolex Sydney Hobart is conducted on the waters of Sydney Harbour, the Tasman Sea, Storm Bay and the Derwent River. Broadband version.

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  • Skandia beats Zana by 14 minutes in Line Honours duel
    • 29 Dec, 2003 06:34:00 AM

    Skandia beats Zana by 14 minutes in Line Honours duel

    The Australian super maxi Skandia has won Line Honours in the 2003 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race by just 14 minutes after 628 nautical miles of virtual match-racing in the Tasman Sea against her New Zealand rival, Zana.

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  • Day 4 in photos
    • 29 Dec, 2003 12:00:00 AM

    Day 4 in photos

    A collection of photos from 29/12/2003

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