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Our Race History – 1995
Fifty two boats had signed up for the Melbourne Osaka Cup in 1995 but for one reason or another the
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Kraken Arrives for Race
Melbourne to Osaka entrant Kraken, a Sunfast 36, arrived at Sandringham Yacht Club Melbourne at 10.30 am today (Thursday October
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Lining Up for the Start
As the Sundance Marine Melbourne Osaka Cup start draws closer, some of the finer details about the race are coming
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THE EDGE – set to travel
David Kenny is skipper of The Edge, a Sunfast 32 from Perth and co-skipper is Paul Schultz. Some details and
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Hotel Universal Port Offer
Osaka’s Hotel Universal Port has special rates on offer during April and May next year – the period when our
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Keeping Body & Soul Together
With less than six months to the start of the Sundance Marine Melbourne Osaka Cup 2018, the rapidly diminishing timeline
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What – You’re doing it Again!?
“What? You’re doing it again? You’re mad!” That was the loving response that I got from my other half when
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Just Six Months to Go
With six months to go until the start, things are starting to get busier for all of us involved in
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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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