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 01 Nov 2011
 
 

Sanctuary Cove online, MarineBusiness-World media win

Today may be the 'race that stops a nation' (whatever time zone you drinking champagne in around Australia), but today is also a date on the calendars of many marine marketers and companies: Exhibitor applications are now open online for the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. Organisers are promising an enhanced program of events for visitors, exhibitors and trade, so make a point of visiting www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au for details to date.

Also this week, insight in to the appeal of Thailand as a burgeoning superyacht destination AND potential site of investment by the world's most accomplished yacht builders, following a visit by a delegation of refit and building proponents.

There's a thorough review of the inaugural Macau Yacht Show by Sail-World's Guy Nowell, an assortment of new products and to blow our own trumpet, news of our win at the recent Gold Coast Media Awards for BEST ONLINE PUBLICATION. Considering we were competing against Channel Nine and the Gold Coast Bulletin as finalists, it's a prized accolade. MarineBusiness-World.com does have the figures and the reach - greater than IBI and Soundings, the two other major trade publications. Thank you for your interest and loyalty.

Don't forget, Gold Coast, Queensland and national exhibitors are gearing up for the Gold Coast Marine Expo, this Friday to Sunday at the high-tech and family-friendly Coomera marine precinct. Dean Leigh Smith at Gold Coast City Marina is certain the weather will stay clear and warm and the attractions will please everybody, no matter their age or inclination. If you can't make it, savour the diversity at www.gcmarineexpo.com.au

I am going - with kids in tow - so look out for all the boating buzz over the weekend.

Meantime, recall the old saying 'your money disappears faster than the horses you bet on' and toast the likely fall in interest rates the RBA could throw our way today!


Jeni Bone, editor



2012 Sanctuary Cove exhibitor applications open from today!
Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show,
Exhibitors, the wait is over! From today, Tuesday November 1, the 2012 Exhibitor Prospectus and Online Application Form are available on the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show website www.sanctuarycoveboatshow.com.au... [more]
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MarineBusiness-World.com wins BEST ONLINE PUBLICATION award
Brendan Maxwell,
MarineBusiness-World.com won BEST ONLINE PUBLICATION at the 2011 Gold Coast Media Awards, announced last night at Bond University on Queensland's Gold Coast, against a field of mainstream media with high profile consumer sites.... [more]
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Marine Action Group new president elected: David White
MAG,
Gold Coast business identity David White has been elected President of the Marine Action Group (MAG) at the organisation's Annual General Meeting.... [more]
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Boating Industry Association sails in to win
Domenic Genua,
The NSW Boating Industry Association has been recognised for its commitment to working with its members across the state to improve safety and reduce injuries.... [more]
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Emirates Palace investing to make marina a 'hotspot'
Media Services,
Emirates Palace Hotel is developing its recently opened Marina into an up-market hotspot, which will be laced with dining outlets, shops and a new ballroom.... [more]
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Fort Lauderdale sales stable, despite deluge
Media Services,
Heavy rain and flooding in some parts of Florida didn't deter the buyers at this year's Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, according to exhibitors and Show Management.... [more]
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Leatherman Bonus Pack from GME
Matthew Heap,
Two Iconic names GME and Leatherman join forces, offering a tremendous 'Bonus Pack' in the lead up to Christmas 2011.... [more]
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Newport Charter Yacht Show under new ownership
Kirsten Ferguson,
The Newport Charter Yacht Show (NCYS) has been acquired by the Newport Harbor Corporation (NHC), continuing a tradition of showcasing luxury charter yachts ranging from 80 feet in length up to the superyacht size of 150 to 225+ feet.... [more]
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Chaparral Xtreme ticks all the boxes
Dani Limback,
Chaparral's 244 Xtreme stern drive wake boat has beaten its shaft drive competitors at their own game in the latest 'Australia's Greatest Sports Boat' shoot out.... [more]
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Macau Yacht Show 2011 - not bad for a first attempt
Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia,
Reactions were unanimously positive. Starship Yachts (Maiora), Sunseeker Asia, Simpson Marine (Beneteau, Azimut), China Pacific Marine (Jeanneau) and Princess all made favourable comments, and believed that they had acquired good contacts during the show. Perhaps a combination of the Nam Kwong Group and the Fuzhou Auto China Yacht Management Co Ltd brought some good customers to the table.... [more]
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Southern Spars supplies new rig for iconic J-Class Endeavour
Josh Impey,
The iconic J-Class Endeavour has been fitted with a new 53.7m (176.18') gold-tipped mast and rigging package from Southern Spars as part of her multi-million dollar refit in Auckland, New Zealand which finished in early October.... [more]
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River sustainability initiative and marinas in partnership
MIAA,
The St George Motor Boat Club (SGMBC) in Sydney's south has become the 54th marina in Asia and Australasia to achieve Clean Marina accreditation and the first marina within the Georges River catchment in Sydney to achieve this status.... [more]
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Ahead of Perth 2011-Kovalenko says key to Olympic success is the Big C
Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team,
‘I am not a medal maker, the sailors are the medal-makers' says Australian sailing super coach Victor Kovalenko who has coached thirteen 470 World Championship titles winners and eight 470 Olympic-medal winning crews.... [more]
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Italian shipbuilders take a look at Thailand
Manote Tripathi, The Nation,
Host to the King's Cup Regatta and home to a state-of-the-art marina, Phuket draws some 1,300 yachts every year, ranging from cruising sailors to superyachts measuring from 30 to 100 feet. Given Phuket's popularity, that number is likely to increase and experts surmise that one of the reasons is because Phuket offers great value repair and maintenance services.... [more]
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Malaysian Match Racing Circuit to be supported by KFC
Miyeera Navaretna,
Malaysian Match Racing Circuit (MMRC) first event is expected to take place in February 2012. Chairman of KFC Holdings (M) Berhad, Tuan Haji Kamaruzzaman Abu Kassim today announced its support for the MMRC at the closing ceremony of the KFC Felda Johor Open 2011 in Tanjung Leman, Mersing.... [more]
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Maritime NZ - Rena Disaster - 30 October: 58 containers adrift
Maritime NZ,
Maritime NZ, on Sunday 30 October: Navigation warnings remain in place in the Bay of Plenty, as 58 containers from Rena remain unaccounted for. Of the 88 containers lost overboard on 11 October, 15 have been recovered, with recovery under way for another seven that have washed ashore.... [more]
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Drama ahead as Fundamental Rule Change approved by Laser Class Members
Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team,
A major sports political development may have ramifications for One Design Dinghy sailiing world wide, with the Laser Class President Heini Heini Wellmann and Class Executive Secretary Jeff Martin announcing that after an overwhelming vote by International Laser Class membership to change a fundamental class rule they will be applying to ISAF to have that change ratified.... [more]
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Clipper 11-12 - Gold Coast Australia continues winning streak
Heather Ewing,
Gold Coast Australia has continued its winning streak, recording a fourth consecutive victory in the first four stages of the Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race. The team finished Leg 4 of the 40,000-mile circumnavigation, the world's longest ocean race, at 0704 local time this morning, under clear blue skies, racing in towards the finish line off the Geraldton shore at more than 11 knots.... [more]
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US SAILING Inquiry into CYC Race to Mackinac capsize and fatalities
C. Hawley, J. Rousmaniere, R. Naranjo & S.McCurdy,
The 103rd Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac experienced two tragic deaths and now an inquiry into the fatalities has been released. The inquiry was conducted by a review panel which was appointed by US Sailing on July 28, 2011. Sailing is a remarkably safe sport in large part because of the caring of its close-knit community.... [more]
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Volvo Ocean Race 12th edition confirmed for 2014
Volvo Ocean Race,
Volvo Ocean Race 12th edition will start from Alicante, Spain in 2014. Volvo Car Corporation and Volvo Group today reaffirmed their long-term commitment to the world's premier offshore sailing event. Volvo Ocean Race CEO Knut Frostad announced the broad timetable just as the fleet prepared for the opening in-port race in the 2011-12 edition, starting in Alicante, Spain.... [more]
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IBEX 2011 attendance down, results positive
Jeni Bone,
IBEX 2011, held recently in Louisville Kentucky USA, has tabulated the results, and despite a decline in attendance figures, organisers are satisfied with exhibitor feedback and are positive the change in venue was a step forward for this global marine trade event.... [more]
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Head to a stocked Qld dam for your next big catch
DEEDI,
Recreational fishers in Queensland are encouraged to head to their nearest stocked dam for their next big catch.... [more]
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Broadband 4G Radar signals the death of pulse
Sandman PR,
From the same family as the award-winning BR24 and the pioneering Broadband 3G, Navico's new Broadband 4G™ Radar is set to forever change marine navigation.... [more]
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Sail-World visitors – this week a two metre snake
Brendan Maxwell, Sail-World.com,
We get an interesting range of visitors, beyond the old salts who drop by on a regular basis, the local wild-life often call in, unannounced. This two metre green tree snake, (Dendrelaphis Punctulatus) has previously attempted to venture into the office via an open window, but this week was applying for a sub-editors role.... [more]
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Yachting in Sydney this summer is about to really heat up
Peter Pembroke Creating Demand,
Summer in Sydney. There's nothing quite like it and the sailing fraternity of Sydney Harbour and the surrounding waterways are gearing up for a massive summer with some truly exciting major events and activities.... [more]
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Prototype for Olympic Womens Skiff trials has great pedigree
Richard Gladwell,
A New Zealand developed prototype is being test sailed in Auckland ahead of the proposed evaluation trials for the Olympic Womens Two-Person Skiff. The boat utilizes the 49er hull, foils and boom with a new sailplan designed to suit the ISAF specified target weight of 110-130kg. The team behind the Mackay Boats' prototype oozes talent and has a track record of excellence... [more]
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Macau Yacht Show 2011 - starts tomorrow
Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia,
Tomorrow the inaugural Macau Yacht Show launches itself with an Opening Ceremony and Gala Dinner. With ever more numerous Yacht Shows and Boat Shows trying to elbow each other off the edge of the Asian chart in recent years, the real question is not ‘why?', but why nobody has done this in Macau before. After all, the Macau Special Administrative Region of China is the epicenter of gambling in Asia... [more]
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Cigarette ‘smokin' at Fort Lauderdale
Bob Wonders,
The Fort Lauderdale International, opens its doors tomorrow. For the recreational boating industry in the United States, the Fort Lauderdale show is one that no major boat builder can afford to miss.... [more]
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Fort Lauderdale celebrates 53 years of all things boating
Media Services,
The world's largest in-the-water boat show, the 52nd Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), will run 27 October to 31 October and is a magnet for superyacht owners, buyers and charterers, with an impressive variety of yachts for sale and charter as well as a stunning display of brand new yachts from the world's top shipyards.... [more]
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New Belize is built to please
Mark Rothfield,
Life is full of ambiguities. Why, for instance, are finance experts called brokers? Shouldn't the word 'abbreviated' be abbreviated? How do you dispose of a garbage bin? Do pigs have hamstrings? Here's two more ... why would two seriously wealthy boating icons come out of retirement mid-GFC to start their own boat brand? And why call that brand Belize?... [more]
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Gold Coast Marine Expo - sowing the seeds for boats and boating
Gold Coast Marine Expo,
In the market to try, buy or see how a boat is made? All these and much more will be on show at the inaugural Gold Coast Marine Expo – Australia's Working Boat Show – 4, 5 and 6 November at the bustling Coomera marine precinct on Queensland's Gold Coast.... [more]
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Sail-World set for huge coverage of Volvo Ocean Race and Olympics
Brendan Maxwell,
The 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race starts in just over a week on 5th November in Alicante Spain. The Sail-World team is planning detailed coverage, as it will be with the Olympic newsletter series starting with Perth 2011. Between the two series there will be over eight million newsletters to our world-wide audience.... [more]
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Barz Optics demonstrates Floater aquatic prowess
Jeni Bone,
Gone are the days of losing your sunnies to the bottom of the ocean. Floating like no other, Barz has put their new Floater to the test in the surf and haven't been disappointed.... [more]
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All Marine Spares - IBEX and METS valuable for trade insight
Jeni Bone,
Just back from IBEX trade show, Leigh Francis from All Marine Spares is already packing for this year's METS in Amsterdam, anticipating numerous productive meetings with brands and exhibitors, as well as hopeful of picking up some new products.... [more]
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Kaenon Polarized new, hand-painted sunglass styles
Sail-World,
Kaenon Polarized, the Newport Beach-based Lifestyle and Luxury Performance sunglass brand, announces the launch of its 2011 Anniversary Collection, in celebration of reaching its 10 year milestone as a company. The Anniversary Collection is available in November, online and through Kaenon's authorized dealer network.... [more]
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Online boat auctions the way forward
Jeni Bone,
Marine Auctions has added an online auction component to its sales arsenal, launching the innovation from 14 November as an additional medium for clients selling their boats and those interested in buying from afar.... [more]
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Ultimate Fishing Boating and Navigation iPhone app launched
iApps Pty Ltd,
Fish Boat Nav features a fish almanac that can be accessed from multiple areas within the app, including species, types of bait, bag limits, size requirements and other regulations specific to the area you are fishing in. Available exclusively for the iPhone, Fish Boat Nav is the ultimate Fishing, Boating and Navigation app that is ready for download on the iTunes app store now.... [more]
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Kudos for New Zealand yacht builders with international awards
NZ Marine Export Group Inc,
Kiwi yacht builders and marine industry suppliers feature among the finalists of two significant international design awards with the winners being announced later this month.... [more]
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The Hanse 385 - worldwide success
Deb Jeffreys,
The Hanse 385 designed by Judel/Vrolijk is proving to be a huge success. The concept of a fast, yet spacious cruiser with striking good looks has been well received all over the globe.... [more]
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McConaghy's MC38 on the water - a cause for further excitement
John Curnow,
Around 10 months ago, we had some serious cause for excitement when the MC38 from McConaghy went from drawings to moulds. At the time, we thought that the boat would do to one design keelboat racing what the Mach 2 had done to foiling Moths.... [more]
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New Mercury 150 FourStroke wins Innovation Award at IBEX
Jonathan Revitt,
Fresh from its international release, Mercury Marine's outstanding new 150 hp FourStroke outboard has received its first prize - a prestigious Innovation Award at the International Boatbuilders Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) in the U.S.... [more]
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Fisheries vessel monitor the site of fatal shark attack
WA Department of Fisheries,
The WA Department of Fisheries officers are continuing to monitor baited hooks they have set in Little Armstrong Bay, on the northern side of Rottnest Island, near the site of yesterday's fatal shark attack.... [more]
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WA rejects calls for expanded marine reserves
Media Services,
The WA government has rejected calls by conservationists for more of Western Australia's oceans to be ‘locked up' by proposed Federal Government marine sanctuaries.... [more]
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