Goodall Design has had 25 years' experience with international shipping. We have shipped everything from 40 foot containers full of boats to single boats to various remote locations; no location is too remote, nor any order to small.
Greg Goodall & Brett Goodall
Australia, Victoria 3550, Craig St Bendigo 50
Welcome to Send It Sailing, we are a professional sailing team competing in a range of off-the-beach catamaran designs and classes, both nationally and internationally. Founded by Daniel and Nathan Van Kerckhof, two talented sailing brothers from Port Stephens, NSW - the team has now grown to encompass a number of young Aussie up-and-comers! With an incredibly solid foundation of support behind them, the Send It Sailing team are suppliers of Magic Marine sailing gear and equipment, and Goodall Design sailing vessels.
Daniel and Nathan Van Kerckhof founded and started Send It Sailing, and are based around Port Stephens in New South Wales, Australia. Daniel's wife Annaliese and children also sail and share the passion for being out on the water.
The NSW Youth Team is comprised of Lachie and Ethan White, who recently took out an impressive win in Sail Sydney. Lachie also recently competed with Jake Liddel in Sail Melbourne, teaming up.
Send it Sailing - Nathan Van Kerckhof
Windrush Yachts - Brett Burvill
Australia, Western Australia 6163, Blamey Place O'Connor 8
From the City to the Equator... We've been providing high performance sailing to Southeast Asia since 1990.
We've raced all around the world and we've also sold multihulls all conties all over Asia.
Alice is the active one, always thinking! Alice was dragged into sailing at Changi on a Hobie 18. The bug bit and then Alice decided that the "only way to learn was to buy her own boat"! So the Hobie Fleet grew by one more. The Hobie 18 was named 'AWAS' (Danger)! At the time Alice couldn't even swim! More importantly, she didn't panic in the water so cat sailing became an all encompassing passion. Since then, Alice has taken part in events all around the world.
Scott enjoys speed and so far... he's managed 34 knots while sailing, 157 km/h in an F3000 Powerboat and 296km/h on a motorcycle. He jumped out of an aeroplane to experience control in extreme situations. He survived... so passed that 'test'. Apart from that he actually enjoys art... The art of looking for more speed in boats!
Alice Lim & Scott McCook
Singapore, Level 17 Republic Plaza II, Raffles Place 9
Hong Kong SAR, Sheung Wan, Lok Ku Road 38, 104-105 1F Casey Building