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Win $5000 Cash to Splash with Club Marine
By Club Marine, Brighton, Victoria ,
12:01 AM Fri 28 Nov 2014 GMT
For boat owners, what better way to start the coming boating season than with an extra $5000 cash to splash this summer. The possibilities are endless, from lashing out on new fishing gear, to overhauling the sails, upgrading the outboard or maybe a boatload of new water toys the whole family can enjoy. ...
New exhibition takes kids on a Voyage to the Deep
By Jude Timms, ,
3:57 AM Thu 27 Nov 2014 GMT
This summer children are invited to release their inner aquanaut and explore the mysteries of the deep in an exciting new adventure land opening at the National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour – Voyage to the Deep: Underwater Adventures. ...
Anglers reminded about new Murray cod catch limits
By Gemma Gadd, ,
1:06 AM Thu 27 Nov 2014 GMT
Victorian freshwater anglers are reminded new catch limits will apply to Murray cod fishing this season, which opens on 1 December 2014. ...
Oceanair debuts two new products at METS
By Kiwi Yachting, ,
9:52 PM Wed 26 Nov 2014 GMT
Oceanair has launched two new producst at METS, the worlds largest international boatshow, held in The Netherlands. Oceanair’s innovative SKYSOL Mini pleated blind has been designed specifically for portlights with cost and quality in mind. The second new product released is SKYSOL Precision, a cost-effective, compact pleated blind for yacht windows ...
PredictWind launches new Offshore Application for Mac and PC
By Mike Scullin, ,
9:20 PM Wed 26 Nov 2014 GMT
The new application from PredictWind for Mac and PC is revolutionary for accessing weather data when offshore. Accessing GRIB files, Weather Routing, GMDSS forecasts and Satellite Imagery is now a simple task with the unique and user friendly interface. ...
FLIR M625 Review – Let there be light!
By James - pendanablog, ,
11:09 AM Wed 26 Nov 2014 GMT
As an investment in a FLIR camera is not inexpensive or even one that can be taken quickly due to having to carefully think through the installation process, we thought long and hard about the perceived benefits of the system. At the end of the day we decided to go ahead with the FLIR camera and also decided, that we would pair the FLIR thermal camera with the new Furuno TZ9. ...
Thieves wreck Marine Rescue volunteers’ fundraising drive
By Ken McManus, ,
8:18 AM Tue 25 Nov 2014 GMT
Marine Rescue Middle Harbour Unit Commander Peter Nott said thieves had stolen the motor from a 3.9m aluminium runabout that is the centrepiece of the unit’s annual raffle, damaging the boat in the process. The raffle prize is a Quintrex 390 Explorer runabout fitted with a 9.9hp Mercury 4-stroke outboard on a registered Quintrex trailer, worth almost $9,000. ...
Results in from ‘Operation Go Easy on the Alcohol’
By Transport Roads and Maritime Services, ,
3:55 AM Tue 25 Nov 2014 GMT
More than 1211 vessel safety checks and 127 random breath tests were carried out during Operation Go Easy on the Alcohol with one person charged with operating a vessel with a low range prescribed concentration of alcohol (PCA) and 30 fines for lifejacket breaches. ...
Tips on boating with dogs
By BoatUS, ,
10:13 PM Mon 24 Nov 2014 GMT
Some dogs were born for the water, others less so. The key to boating with dogs, says Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), is taking it slow and making safety number one. ...
History’s lesson reveals depth of fish catch decline
By ARC Centre of Excellence, ,
10:59 AM Sun 23 Nov 2014 GMT
Researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (Coral CoE) at the University of Queensland and the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry examined thousands of newspaper articles dating back to 1870 to reveal the historic catch rates for the iconic Queensland fishery. ...
Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium draws all-star cast
By Fred Garth, St. Petersburg ,
11:50 PM Thu 20 Nov 2014 GMT
The BP oil spill saga, a fledgling US aquaculture industry and contentious red snapper management issues were some of the hot topics on tap recently at the Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium at the University of South Florida’s St. Petersburg campus. ...
Extinction risk not the answer for reef futures
By ARC Centre of Excellence Coral Reef Studies, ,
10:27 PM Thu 20 Nov 2014 GMT
Coral and reef fishes are not like pandas and tigers, and the extinction risks they face are much lower. Leading coral reef scientists in Australia and the USA say there needs to be a new approach to protecting the future of marine ecosystems, with a shift away from the current focus on extinction threat. ...
Auction to be held at Runaway Bay Marina
By Marine Auctions, ,
6:19 PM Thu 20 Nov 2014 GMT
An auction is set to be held at Runaway Bay Marina, Gold Coast, on Saturday 22nd November. Telephone bidding is available by contacting, Jo on 0407 213 557, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org. ...
Garmin introduces new xHD2 Open-Array Radar Series
By Garmin International Inc.
11:34 AM Thu 20 Nov 2014 GMT
Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation, has announced its next generation of open-array digital radars – the GMR™ 424, 624/626 and 1224/1226 xHD2. Continuing to set the standard for open-array radars, the xHD2 series offers brand new features and capabilities that provide better precision, targeting and performance while transmitting power at four, six and 12 kilowatts respectively. ...
New transducer line from Garmin boasts scanning sonar
By Garmin International Inc., ,
11:22 AM Thu 20 Nov 2014 GMT
Garmin Ltd has announced a new line of scanning transducers designed to accommodate any calibre of mariner, from the casual cruiser to the professional angler. Supporting both the newest lines of Garmin echoMAP and GPSMAP chartplotters and multifunction displays (MFD), this full array of thru-hull and transom-mounted transducers are a valuable addition to any vessel. ...
Arvor reveals new diesel range
By Arvor Boats Australia, ,
10:56 PM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
Boat building should be both creative and technical and Arvor has always sought to push back its boundaries. This is what inspired its creators in the first place. And this is what leads us to the future. This summer Arvor Boats are delighted to announce the launch of two new models to the hugely popular and ever growing Arvor range – the 690 D and 730 D. ...
History in the making as NSW recreational and pro fishermen rally
By Australian Marine Alliance, ,
10:48 PM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
The Australian Marine Alliance (AMA) congratulated the recreational and commercial fishing sectors in NSW for standing shoulder-to-shoulder in a rally organised for outside of NSW Parliament at 1pm today. The rally was organised last week as a result of the NSW State Minister Katrina Hodgkinson tabling sweeping reforms in Parliament without an ounce of consultation. ...
Tournament at historic Bimini Big Game Club draws record anglers
By John Bell, Bimini ,
5:35 PM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
With 29 boats and over 200 anglers competing, Wahoo Smackdown V, hosted by the historic Bimini Big Game Club Resort and Marina, provided heavy action this past weekend. Taking home the first place trophy—an original painting by renowned marine artist Carey Chen— and a check for heaviest wahoo caught (47.6 pounds) was Team 'Cash Out' captained by Jimmy Wickett from Broward County, Florida. ...
Building on borrowed time + Video
By Meredith Haas, ,
4:55 PM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
Rhode Island is the second most densely populated stateun the USA , and its 420 miles of coastline are crowded with homes and businesses, residents and tourists. The increasing rate of erosion and sea level rise, and the effects of coastal storms and flooding, are making the state’s coastal landscape ever smaller. ...
Garmin announces new echoMAP™ Series with integrated scanning sonar
By Garmin International Inc., ,
12:24 PM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation, has announced a new line of echoMAP combination chartplotters that integrates scanning sonar capabilities without the need of an additional sounder black box. Along with a user-friendly interface and built-in cartography, the new echoMAP series proves to be a valuable tool for boaters and anglers of all types. ...
Garmin introduces new scanning sonar black box
By Garmin International Inc., ,
11:12 AM Wed 19 Nov 2014 GMT
Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation, has announced the GSD 25, a premium sonar module that offers traditional sonar, 1kW CHIRP, CHIRP DownVü and CHIRP SideVü scanning sonar for a versatile, all-in-one black box. The GSD 25 is the ultimate solution for the boater or angler that requires both scanning capabilities and traditional sonar. ...
Brisbane Tinnie and Tackle Show - Exhibitor applications are now open
By Marine Queensland, ,
11:28 AM Mon 17 Nov 2014 GMT
Applications are now open for exhibitors to secure their space at the 2015 Brisbane Tinnie and Tackle Show. The Show will provide a unique hands on experience and diverse product range to patrons when it teams up with the Explore Australia Expo and moves on the water to the Manly Harbour precinct in early March 2015. ...
Reminder: Second annual coral reef fin fish closure
By Jodana Anglesey, ,
8:46 AM Mon 17 Nov 2014 GMT
Coral reef fin fish will be off limits for the second of two annual closures that protect these fish during the spawning season. Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol (QBFP) district manager Greg Bowness said: 'The closed season starts immediately after midnight at the beginning of 19 November and ends immediately before midnight at the end of 23 November,' Mr. Bowness said. ...
Over $½ million investment at Marine Rescue Shellharbour
By Ken McManus, ,
11:01 AM Fri 14 Nov 2014 GMT
The new assets will significantly boost the emergency capability of Marine Rescue NSW volunteers on the State’s Illawarra Coast. Deputy Commissioner Storey said, 'Shellharbour 30 is a 10 metre Naiad, able to travel up to 30 nautical miles offshore and it will become an important part of Marine Rescue’s strategic search and rescue safety net of offshore vessels covering this region. ...
Pantaenius Insurance - 'Know boats, me.' *Feature
By John Curnow, ,
1:14 AM Fri 14 Nov 2014 GMT
It’s one of those wonderful sayings you hear around the quay or bar a lot. It’s mostly spoken when someone makes an obvious and usually very public mistake. It is one of those classic, laconic and ironic statements. It is as Australian as calling people by their Surname, especially if it is shortened, or even lengthened, by adding a ‘y’, ‘o’ or ‘ie’ to the end of it. ...
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