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Guide to Buying Boating Binoculars

Binoculars are a wise item to add to your navigational toolkit so you can spot landmarks, debris, rocks sticking out of the water, or other

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Message In A Bottle: From Yesterday To Today

There’s something so alluring about the idea of finding an old bottle washed up on a shore containing a loving or cryptic message that could

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Australia Welcomes Foreign Superyachts

International major events are happening in the Pacific region in the next two years, and Australia has opened up its doors to international superyacht charters

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Lifejackets for the Family

Lifejackets, or personal floatation devices (PFD), are an essential part of spending time out on the water. Many boaties struggle to know which lifejacket to

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Boater’s Quiz: Are You Up To Speed?

The Transport Operations (Marine Safety) Act 1994 (Qld) imposes a general safety obligation on all vessel owners, operators, masters and crew. The general safety obligations

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Ron Clarke’s Couran Cove Story: As Nature Would Have It

“I love the Australian informality which conquers any notions of social strata – in this country you are who you are and not what you

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Ben Cropp: Scuba, Sharks and Selling Movies

“Ben Cropp. 83. Still diving. Still spear fishing.” Ben’s soundcheck for my interview with him serves as both an impressive resume, and something of a

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Successful Catch at Lake Borumba

The planned club trips for the start of the year have been mostly washed out by the rains or high winds or both. The only

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Marine Incidents and You

There is always the chance of being involved in a marine incident when you are out on the waters. What do you do if it

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Back From the Brink: A Rebuild Story

Fifteen years ago, Matthew Crimean swapped a trail bike for half a share in a Sunrunner 1800. The boat was sold and resold. Many years

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