Education

INDUSTRY BOOM SPARKS CALL FOR SKILLS – GCCM LAUNCHES MARINE JOBS ACADEMY

Unprecedented growth in the local marine industry has led to the creation of an exciting new marine education and employment hub in the City’s most

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BROTHERS’ CATCH

Photo & Text by Bonnie Ellison INTERVIEW BY ANDY KANCACHIAN I often use boats and the waterways as the backdrop. I bought a little wooden

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REPAIRS not up to SCRATCH?

By Dr. Anthony Marinac, Solicitor Advocate We all know that part of prudent boat ownership involves attending to routine maintenance on board your vessel, whether

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Broker Talk – Selling Your Boat

By Andy Kancachian Interview with Luke Pickford of Horizon Shores Boat Sales WHAT ARE THE PROS OF USING A BOAT BROKER TO SELL YOUR BOAT

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GOLD COAST CITY MARINA & SHIPYARD – CLOSING THE LOOP ON WASTE AND ESTABLISHING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

The award-winning Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) is yet again setting standards in the Australian marine industry. After partnering with the Centre for

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NAUTICAL TRAINING – COUPLES TRAIN TO DOCK BOAT IN LOCAL CONDITIONS

By Roselle Tenefrancia Knowing your vessel well, and how to operate it in various conditions, is very important in boating, regardless of how long you

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Washing Your Trailer – for a longer life

By Jone Temo of Oceanic Trailers Look around the car park at your local boat ramp, and you’ll see boat and PWC trailers in varying

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Present-day Saltwater Stories

Story by Roselle Tenefrancia In the six years that we have been involved in publishing stories around recreational boating on the Kombumerri country (Gold Coast)

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Straddie Study – A DAY TRIP TO DISCOVER ISLAND LIFE

Photos by Aram Kancachian & Patricia Fitzgerald In June 2021, a group of home-educating children went on a day trip to South Stradbroke Island, as part of the Jacobs

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Wake & Ski Rules

OUT ON THE WATER THIS SUMMER Water skiing should always be done in an anticlockwise pattern, unless local signs or site management says otherwise. Always

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