Review: Cruising the Coral Coast

Anybody who has had the pleasure of cruising the east coast of Australia would be aware of Alan Lucas and his untiring efforts to produce informed, accurate cruising guides. First written in 1964, and now in its ninth edition, Lucas’ first Queensland guide embraced what was then known as the Coral Coast: the region between Gladstone and Torres Strait.
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Review: 100 Magic Miles

Long the only guide worth having for cruising through the Whitsunday Islands in northern Queensland, 100 Magic Miles is now in its 8th edition. This current edition represents the accumulation
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Review: Going Troppo

Written by Townsville couple David Haynes and Sue Mulvaney, Going Troppo starts at Bowen, conveniently taking up where the Whitsunday’s ‘Bible’ 100 Magic Miles finishes. It covers mainland and island
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Review: Beacon to Beacon

Comprising over 300 pages of maps, aerial photographs and essential boating information, the Beacon to Beacon Directory is one of the best resources a boat owner on the south east
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Review: Tasmanian Anchorage Guide

Evolving over the years from cruising notes compiled by Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania members on their regular Van Dieman’s Land Circumnavigation rallies, the Tasmanian Anchorage Guide is in its 4th
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Review: Cruising the NSW Coast

Now in its 6th Edition, Cruising the New South Wales Coast is the logical accompaniment to the Queensland ‘bible’ Cruising the Coral Coast. Alan Lucas continues to produce essential guides
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Review: Rob’s Passage Planner

Rob Starkey is a knowledgeable NSW yachtsman who is passionate about safe sailing, whether on his own yacht or guiding others to get the most out of theirs. His Passage Planner guide is a detailed cruising guide.
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