Technical

Terry Davis: Wisdom of a Marine Surveyor

As a boatie, at some point in your life, you may need to utilise the services of a marine surveyor. In particular, you should call

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Safety Certificates for Trailers

Trailers can travel on highways up to speeds of 110kph. Therefore, just as with the vehicles that tow them, it is imperative that trailers also

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Floating Docks

Floatingdocks are the Australian distributor of Wave Armor and Carolina docking systems, also providing budget modular systems. Wave Armor, from the USA, are the leaders

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Mercury Verado: Outboards for High-Speed Applications

Mercury Marine is introducing an all-new 400hp Verado outboard, the most powerful Verado on the water. Since the launch of Mercury’s 350hp Verado and Mercury

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Crossing Coastal Bars

Venturing offshore is an amazing experience and is full of excitement when landing fantastic catches of reef fish, up-close encounters with whales and dolphins, or

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Sky’s The Limit for Shodai

In many ways, Hinata, a ten-foot classic boat built by Shodai Shintani, symbolises how far the second- year boatbuilding apprentice has come. Five years ago,

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Keep Propellers Propped Up

The propeller on your boat affects a variety of performance factors, including the vessel’s speed, handling, comfort, engine life, acceleration, fuel economy, and even safety.

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Gold Coast Antifoul for Summer

Gold Coast Antifoul at Runaway Bay Marina will apply a special type of paint used on the bottom of boats to protect from microorganisms that

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Useful Boating Terms for Passengers

A responsible skipper always ensures, prior to leaving the docks that everyone on the boat is familiar with the safety equipment and is informed of

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Wooden Boat Addiction

There is something about wood that makes people want to touch it. It is a tactile material. IAN PRIMROSE validates that wood is still a

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