huon pine


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Tasmanian timber tree with yellow aromatic wavy-grained wood used for carving and ship building

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In the instance of Their Lips Met, the hand-polished surfaces of her slip-cast porcelain cups, once released from their Huon pine box, sit so closely together as if magnetically attracted but not quite touching--the space that hovers between the two as powerful as the forms that created it.
A member of the CYCA for 55 years, Mickleborough owned the 75-year-old famous Huon Pine yacht Southerly for 53 years, before passing it to his crew mates, McAuley and Sheridan in 2011 after sailing the Great Veterans Race--his last.
Crafoord, a renowned navigator, had the added distinction of being only the third ever father and son duo (with dad Max having completed 30 races) to be immortalised on the beautiful Huon Pine map of Tasmania that hangs in pride of place at the CYCA in Sydney.
Sean Langman will sail his 9-metre Huon pine gaff-rigged Maluku to Hobart this year, but is better known as a high-speed racer.
This year a record eight sailors will have their names engraved on the beautiful Huon Pine map of Tasmania that celebrates reaching the 25 Hobart milestone.
Sean Langman will sail his 9-metre Huon pine gaff-rigged Maluka to Hobart this year, but is better known as a high-speed racer.
Originally built 79 years ago and constructed from Huon pine, the gaff-rigged Maluka was lovingly rebuilt by Sean Langman, better known for his highspeed ocean racers.
She still has her original hollow mast and the sight of ten tonnes of Huon pine and lead charging the Harbour under her enormous green spinnaker has been a sight to behold.
This 51-year-old Alan Payne designed yawl, built in Hobart in 1958 of Huon pine by the famous Jock Muir, will be the smallest, oldest and lowest rating boat in the fleet.
Each of the 40-plus race yachties have their names engraved on a Huon pine honour board that resides in the foyer of the Coasters Retreat at the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia.
They were presented with Tasmanian made Huon Pine and King William Pine plaques and ties for reaching the 25 Sydney Hobart milestone.