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New Certification Pathway For Marina Professionals By The Global Marina Institute Ltd, , 4:13 PM Tue 13 Dec 2011
A new professional development program has been launched by the Global Marina Institute (GMI), a partnership between the British Marine Federation and Marina Industries Association of Australia. ...[more]


Winners of Bellingham International Marina Scholarships By MIAA, , 12:25 PM Tue 30 Aug 2011
Both winners of the Bellingham International Marina Education Scholarships have now been announced - and congratulations are in order for Michael Glanville, Area Manager from Marina Developments Ltd (MDL) is the UK winner and Craig Evans, the Executive Officer of the Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia, is the Australian winner. ...[more]


Hong Kong marina berths - full to bursting, and SO expensive By CNBC/Sail-World Cruising, , 11:16 AM Wed 11 May 2011
If you think your marina berth is too expensive, spare a thought for yacht owners in Hong Kong. Berths are now so few and so expensive that yacht brokers are complaining that they are actually losing out on sales. Why is this happening? Read on... ...[more]


Challenging 2010 for Australian marina sector - but a brighter outlook By Mark Cherrington, Sydney , 4:32 PM Mon 6 Dec 2010
Despite a challenging 2010, initiatives developed by the Marina Industries Association of Australia (MIAA) over the past few years are beginning to bear fruit, making it well placed for next year and beyond. ...[more]


Servicing Superyachts supported in Wynard Quarter By Melanie McKay, 12:08 PM Fri 26 Sep 2008
The company managing the redevelopment of Wynyard Quarter on the Auckland waterfront says there will be ample space and facilities for servicing superyachts up to 70 metres long, and the redevelopment plans will give the industry more space and water access than at present. Sea+City Projects Ltd is managing the redevelopment of most of the area for Auckland Regional Holdings (ARH). ...[more]


Imaginative new project at Alloy Yachts By Ivor Wilkins, 7:32 PM Mon 7 Jul 2008
The 44m (145ft) performance cruising sloop Imagine II is currently under construction at Alloy Yachts in Auckland, New Zealand. Imagine II is a development of the highly successful 33.6m (110ft) sloop Imagine built at Alloy Yachts and launched in April 1993. Imagine is one of Alloy Yachts’ most extensively cruised yachts, having completed three and a half circumnavigations. ...[more]


Alloy Yachts receives major International Award By Ivor Wilkins, 4:56 PM Mon 5 May 2008
The 34m (112ft) motoryacht VvS1, built by Alloy Yachts and launched in 2007, has won the Boat International 2008 World Superyacht Award for Best Displacement Motoryacht under 500 gross tonnes. This brings to 19 the number of international awards yachts built by Alloy Yachts have received since 1991. VvS1 is an expedition style motoryacht designed by Greg Marshall . ...[more]


MIAA appoints new Executive Officer By Tony Castles, 2:53 PM Tue 12 Feb 2008
Colin Bransgrove has been appointed Executive Officer of the Marina Industries Association of Australia (MIAA) ...[more]


First Marina in Aust gains EPA accredited licence By Natalie Perkins, 6:34 PM Thu 23 Aug 2007
The Marina Hindmarsh Island was recognised and rewarded for its excellence in and ongoing commitment to sustainable environmental practices in a ceremony which took place on Thursday 16 August at The Marina Hindmarsh Island. ...[more]


World Class Boating Facilities at Hamilton Island By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 12:58 PM Wed 6 Jun 2007
The Great Barrier Reef Yacht Club, which is currently being built on Hamilton Island, is set to become a major international boating destination, says club commodore Iain Murray. He believes that the new club will attract an unprecedented number of high level racing events from around the world. ...[more]


Marinas 2007 - Aust marina industry conference By Tony Castles, Gold Coast, QLD , 11:04 AM Thu 24 May 2007
Marina experts from around the globe will converge on the Gold Coast next week for Marinas 2007, the largest marina industry conference of its type ever held in Australia. ...[more]


Symbol Yachts - no replacement for displacement By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 11:37 AM Mon 21 May 2007
Symbol Yachts has launched a new range of Classic power boats designed by Jack Sarin. With their deeper keel, semi displacement hull and long waterline length, the boats are specifically designed for extended passages or ocean crossing. Powerboat-World spoke to Symbol’s Jamie MacPhail about why the new designs were ideally suited to long distance cruising. ...[more]


Two QLD companies shortlisted for 200-slip marina By IBI Magazine, 9:15 AM Fri 11 May 2007
Meridien Marinas and the Seymour Group have been asked by the state government to submit bids for the redevelopment of Urangan Boat Harbour in Hervey Bay. The project would involve building a 200-slip marina as well as upgrading existing facilities. ...[more]


Show stopping Fjord 40 at Sanctuary Cove Boatshow By Media Services, Australia , 9:02 AM Mon 30 Apr 2007
Scandinavian motor yacht boat builders Fjord partner with German high volume production yacht manufacturer Hanse to launch the new Fjord. The new Fjord lines originate on the Cote d’Azur, in Australia and on the Baltic. ...[more]


Gold Coast port for global marina forum By Tony Castles, Gold Coast , 9:55 PM Mon 23 Apr 2007
Jointly hosted by the Marina Industries Association of Australia (MIAA) and the New Zealand Marina Operators Association, Marinas 2007 is set to attract up to 250 worldwide delegates to the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort from May 28 to 30. ...[more]


Seaflex to anchor Palm Jumeirah's pontoons By IBI Magazine, 8:27 AM Fri 9 Mar 2007
The man-made island will be the first of a number of Dubai mega-projects to feature developments with purpose-built marinas. The pontoons, made by Finnish company Marinetek, float on a depth of 16m (52.5ft) to enable the island's marinas to accommodate the largest superyachts. In total, Palm Jumeirah will feature some 1,200 berths. ...[more]


MIAA expands education program By Tony Castles, MIAA , 4:37 AM Fri 16 Feb 2007
The Marina Industries Association of Australia (MIAA) is offering a premier marina managers education program to assist in the professional development of marina staff at an internationally recognised level. Marina staff have enjoyed a very successful program in 2006 which included the introduction of courses, Straddle Carrier Operations, (which studies the operations and maintenance of a straddle carrier) and Introduction to Marina Management, (an overview of good marina management practice). ...[more]


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