Technical

Don’t Buy A Lemon

A marine survey is the detailed inspection, survey or examination of a marine vessel conducted by a certified marine surveyor in order to assess, monitor

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Measures From The Outside

Gobius level indicator kits are different. This innovative patented product is the only one like it in the market. No drilling, no screws – in

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Pumps Built Tough

KOVA Pumps are magnetic-drive technologies that keep the motor completely separated from the liquid end of the pump. No shaft means less moving parts, which

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Foul Release Coating

Energy savings are achieved by maintaining smooth underwater hull and propeller surfaces. Presence of fouling on propellers is detrimental to performance. Even low levels of

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Antifouling Maintenance

Even though you slip your boat every 12 months, just like your engine, you need to check your antifouling every now and then to make

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Battery Quick Tips

The most important things you have on a powerboat – aside from your engine – are your batteries. The most crucial aspect of understanding your

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New Home For A Whitehaven Yacht

The Gold Coast is home base to a remarkable local company that manufactures a unique dry-docking system for recreational and commercial vessels. The SeaPen is

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Guide to boat gelcoat protection

No matter how big, small, old or new the vessel is, most boat owners desire to maintain the fresh from the showroom look. Detailing a

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A fresh and new approach

GCMarine offers a fresh and new approach to the marine industry, run by a highly motivated team of marine industry professionals.   Director Matthew Browning

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The Leaking Compass

The importance of a liquid damped compass cannot be overstated, as Nic Welch narrates his experience with a faulty one.   Twenty years ago, I

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