Last Hurrah Withdraws
Race Committee Chair Martin Vaughan received bad news on Wednesday when a mail arrived from Last Hurrah co-skippers Peter Bush
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Good News on Sat Phones Use
Good news has come through overnight regarding the use of Satellite Phones for regular schedule communications during the Sundance Marine
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Gill Apparel with Race Logo
The Sundance Marine Melbourne to Osaka Organising Committee are delighted that Gill is our clothing sponsor for the 2018 race.
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Matrix Reloads for 2018
Bill Gray and Aaron Haigh have done the Melbourne to Osaka race before – back in 2003. Matrix, a boat
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Rainman Water Maker
The fastest boat in the history of the Melbourne Osaka Cup made the journey in just under 27 days back
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Our Race History – 1991
メル阪のあゆみ - 1991
Following the inaugural Melbourne Osaka Cup race in 1987, four years later the second race was run. Once again an
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ORCV Geelong Finale invites Osaka Entrants
The Ocean Racing Club of Victoria’s annual Winter Series launched with a bang and shower of flares on Sunday 2
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Interviews with John & Steve
メルボルン 大阪カップ、ジョンとスティーブに聞く
Last week we caught up with two skippers who were visiting Melbourne. The first is John Bacon, the skipper of
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Safety at Sea
Seven months to go and preparations for the big race are now in full swing aboard the 32 yachts. With
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Annual Keel Boat Weighing Day
船検 〜 重量測定日〜
A note for all our competitors in the Sundance Melbourne Osaka Cup. The Yacht Racing Services Association’s annual weighing day
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Our Race History
The history of the Melbourne Osaka Cup is a rich one and on each occasion from 1987 until the event
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Bond Boat prepares for Osaka
After winning the America’s Cup in 1983, Alan Bond decided to back it up the following year by trying to
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