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  • Many trophies still to be decided with 55 boats still at sea

    Many trophies still to be decided with 55 boats still at sea

    With only seven boats so far finished the grueling Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, just one trophy winner has been decided, with 55 boats still at sea racing for various Overall and Divisional handicap honours in the 60th anniversary ocean classic.
  • Ludde Ingvall - Winning skipper of the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart Line Honours winner, Nicorette

    Ludde Ingvall - Winning skipper of the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart Line Honours winner, Nicorette

    Ludde Ingvall's comments following the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart.
  • British thoroughbred takes firm hold on Tattersalls Cup

    British thoroughbred takes firm hold on Tattersalls Cup

    Aera, the superb white-hulled Ker 55 owned by London-based yachtsman Nick Lykiardopulo and skippered by English round-the-world sailor Jez Fanstone, crossed the finish line on the Derwent River this afternoon to become the boat to beat on IRC handicap in the 60th Anniversary Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
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  • Many trophies still to be decided with 55 boats still at sea
    • 29 Dec, 2004 10:38:00 PM

    Many trophies still to be decided with 55 boats still at sea

    With only seven boats so far finished the grueling Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, just one trophy winner has been decided, with 55 boats still at sea racing for various Overall and Divisional handicap honours in the 60th anniversary ocean classic.

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  • Ludde Ingvall - Winning skipper of the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart Line Honours winner, Nicorette
    • 29 Dec, 2004 09:16:00 PM

    Ludde Ingvall - Winning skipper of the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart Line Honours winner, Nicorette

    Ludde Ingvall's comments following the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart.

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  • British thoroughbred takes firm hold on Tattersalls Cup
    • 29 Dec, 2004 07:37:00 PM

    British thoroughbred takes firm hold on Tattersalls Cup

    Aera, the superb white-hulled Ker 55 owned by London-based yachtsman Nick Lykiardopulo and skippered by English round-the-world sailor Jez Fanstone, crossed the finish line on the Derwent River this afternoon to become the boat to beat on IRC handicap in the 60th Anniversary Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

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  • A third on Line Honours makes George a happy boy!
    • 29 Dec, 2004 04:57:00 PM

    A third on Line Honours makes George a happy boy!

    Another trip south, another long difficult slog, but still George Snow, the owner-skipper of the Sydney maxi Brindabella talks up the experience of competing yet again in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

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  • AAPT survives savage knockdown to finish second
    • 29 Dec, 2004 03:09:00 PM

    AAPT survives savage knockdown to finish second

    Sean Langman and his small crew of eight managed to pull together to right the boat

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  • Skandia recovery mission underway, chase for handicap honours continues
    • 29 Dec, 2004 12:39:00 PM

    Skandia recovery mission underway, chase for handicap honours continues

    “The plan is in place and we’re fully equipped for the recovery. We’re confident the boat is in good enough shape to recover and refit,” said Skandia’s skipper Grant Wharington from Hobart this afternoon.

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    • 29 Dec, 2004 11:40:00 AM

    Report from BOOTS, 29 December 11.40am

    "I've run out of dry clothes already. The boys seem to be managing better as they have all prepared for the race with new 'you beaut' gear"

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  • Can Nicorette hang on to the double?
    • 29 Dec, 2004 09:46:00 AM

    Can Nicorette hang on to the double?

    The British-registered 55-footer Aera, skippered by Jez Fanstone, is also pressing for handicap honours.

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  • Stay–in-one-piece tactics pay off for Nicorette’s skipper
    • 29 Dec, 2004 06:57:00 AM

    Stay–in-one-piece tactics pay off for Nicorette’s skipper

    An emotional but subdued Ludde Ingvall docked his 90-foot maxi Nicorette at Hobart after taking line honours this morning

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  • Nicorette - Line Honours Winner
    • 29 Dec, 2004 05:25:00 AM

    Nicorette - Line Honours Winner

    The 90-foot super maxi Nicorette has taken Line Honours in the 60th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, giving owner/skipper Ludde Ingvall his second victory in four years.

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  • Nicorette set for sunrise finish
    • 29 Dec, 2004 03:56:00 AM

    Nicorette set for sunrise finish

    Ludde Ingvall’s Nicorette looks set to take line honours in the 60th anniversary Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race soon after sunrise today as the 90-footer powers across Storm Bay towards the Derwent River and the finish line off Hobart’s Castray Esplanade.

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  • Nicorette rounds Tasman Island - ETA 5.38am
    • 29 Dec, 2004 01:32:00 AM

    Nicorette rounds Tasman Island - ETA 5.38am

    Nicorette, the leading boat in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, rounded Tasman Island at 1.38am this morning for the final 40 nautical miles across Storm Bay and up the Derwent River to claim Line Honours in this 60th anniversary race.

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  • Day 4 in photos
    • 29 Dec, 2004 12:00:00 AM

    Day 4 in photos

    A collection of photos from 29/12/2004

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