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INSIDE THIS ISSUE: POWER ON New engines from Mercury and Suzuki. RACING Maritimo dominate Class 1 Extreme in OZ and South Island marathon series crowns a winner. CRUISING MATTERS Marinas in the Med are very different to ours says Laurie Cranfield. FROM THE GALLEY Derek The Chef gives us a chilli and herb crust recipe for Crayfish. SEEN & ADIMIRED New releases and arrivals in recent months: Fyran 550 and Riviera 6000 Sport Yacht. WATERLINE Boat Show wrap up from SIBS, new boats from Finlay, Enduro, Nordhavn and Quintrex, Bob Salthouse speaks his mind, RHYD busy with cats, Stabicraft export success, Mustang sales surge and much more. DESTINATION RAROTONGA Needing a break from deadlines and chasing warmer weather, Barry Thompson decided to revisit the island paradise of Rarotonga. FEATURES OPENING NEW HORIZONS Glen Sandbrook looks at the many different options and styles of sunroofs, from the standard to the fully customised. BIG BOYS BIG TOYS Barry Thompson tales a look at some of the examples of boats, 8.5m- 9m, from local and overseas builders. STEERING TECHNOLOGY Cable, hydraulic, or electronic, what's going to be the best steering system for your boat? We take a look at what's available. PLASTIC FANTASTIC We are familiar with GRP, alloy or inflatable materials when it comes to building trailer boats, but what about polyethylene? TECHNICAL: ROTOSWING The world’s first electric retractable Magnus Effect stabiliser. BOAT CARE: WOOD Wood is good, but it does need to be looked after, especially when you are talking varnished or polished surfaces. CRUISE OF THE ENVOY Laurie and Diane Cranfield return for another season in the Med and visit such exotic and interesting places as Corfu and Albania. BOAT REVIEWS - FI GLASS FIREBALL - HORIZON PC 52 - SOUTHERN XP 896 - WHITEHAVEN 6000 - GLASTRON GTL205 - INTEGRITY 380FB

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