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Americas Cup Magazine Launched

AMEX Cup Village

Dockside, the Official Magazine of the AMEX Cup Village is on sale now!

Navigate your way around the nautical maze of boats, races, people and parties with the most entertaining and informative magazine on the market. Dockside is not a sailing manual but a lifestyle approach to the world’s most prestigious trophy – and it’s yours for $19.95.

Dockside is a magazine for every person. Informative, with all the regatta essentials, Dockside was created around the belief that the America’s Cup is, ultimately, a fun event.

When the teams are racing for the Cup on the water, with all the sporting fervour they can muster, spectators and armchair viewers are drawn in by the powerful emotions of imminent victory or defeat. Off the water, the AMEX Cup Village continues the emotive atmosphere for everyone – winners and losers, casual by-passers and avid fans. Dockside, examines what’s happening on both sides of the fence.

Stories such as Girl Power by Louise Wallace, or a Day in the Life of a Professional Sailor by Cal Wilson, or Rockstars by Suzanne McFadden, are human interest articles that are based around the Americas’ Cup but draw on the interesting fringe elements.

And, if you don’t fall off your seat laughing at Kerre Woodham’s story on superyachts then there’s something very wrong with your funny bone.
Restaurant reviews by Sarah-Kate Lynch, a nightlife guide by IceTv, God’s zone by Gary McCormick, plus other stories, provide a look at the big picture – bringing the Kiwi culture to the spotlight while New Zealand is centre stage.



Dockside has purposely used non-sailing media as evidence that you don’t have to be a sailor, or even own any boat shoes, to enjoy the America’s Cup. This is an event to be enjoyed by everyone. Dockside brings it all to you in a stunning souvenir magazine that you’ll keep for years to come.

To order a copy contact:
Dockside orders
Pacific Client Publishing
PO Box 1467
Auckland 1015
Ph: 64-9-979 2716, fax 64-9-979 2723, email: kathie@pacific-client-pub.co.nz

Send a cheque or money order for $19.95 plus $2.50 postage and handling within New Zealand. For overseas postage, please add $7 for the first copy and $2.50 for each additional copy.

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