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A Few Rays – Hypo-allergenic sunscreens, a must have for some A Few Rays – Hypo-allergenic sunscreens, a must have for some Allergic reaction to sunscreen can be avoided if you know what to use Allergic reaction to sunscreen can be avoided if you know what to use A standard hypo-allergenic sunscreen will be designed to reduce the chance of allergic reaction by limiting ingredients in the formulation that cause the irritation. by Indepthskincare Posted today at 2:14 am Reels continue to peel this tuna season Reels continue to peel this tuna season Recreational anglers/charter boat operators are encouraged to get out on water & continue to enjoy chasing bluefin tuna Recreational anglers and charter boat operators are encouraged to get out on the water and continue to enjoy chasing southern bluefin tuna as the season ramps up. by Nick Foster Posted on 26 May Coast Guard suspends search for a missing person near Black Rock Creek Coast Guard suspends search for a missing person near Black Rock Creek The Coast Guard has suspended its search Wednesday for a possible missing person in the vicinity of Black Rock Creek The Salisbury Police Department reported to Coast Guard watchstanders at midnight that someone reported hearing a call for help. The police also reported hearing the cries from shore. by Coast Guard First District Northeast News Posted on 25 May Lowrance announces strong start to 2017 with bigger displays Lowrance announces strong start to 2017 with bigger displays Fishing consumer trends clearly indicating that 'bigger is better' when it comes to selecting a new fishfinder display Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, recently reported that fishing consumer trends are clearly indicating that – as with TVs – 'bigger is better' when it comes to selecting a new fishfinder display. by Andrew Golden Posted on 25 May Brooker Marine and BlueFin Boats announce the merger Brooker Marine and BlueFin Boats announce the merger The Directors of Brooker Marine and BlueFin Boats wish to announce the merger of two Australian manufacturing operations The Directors, Shareholders and Management of Brooker Marine and BlueFin Boats wish to announce the merger of the two highly respected Australian manufacturing operations. by Brad Richey Posted on 25 May USCG, partner agencies conduct environmental response to sunken boat USCG, partner agencies conduct environmental response to sunken boat Coast Guard Sector Boston response to potential pollution from the sunken fishing vessel My Dee Lite Friday Coast Guard Sector Boston response personnel along with members of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection responded to potential pollution from the sunken fishing vessel My Dee Lite Friday, at Green Harbor Marina in Green Harbor. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 24 May AMSA marine notice – Importance of using official nautical charts AMSA marine notice – Importance of using official nautical charts This notice draws attention to the importance of using official nautical charts to comply with flag State requirements. Official charts are those issued by or on the authority of a government, authorised hydrographic office or other relevant government institution. by Australian Maritime Safety Authority Posted on 24 May Old4New Van notches up 100,000km and 20,000 lifejackets Old4New Van notches up 100,000km and 20,000 lifejackets Minister for Roads Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey today announced the Old4New life jacket programme Minister for Roads Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey today announced the Old4New life jacket programme had exchanged more than 20,000 old lifejackets for new ones, spreading the ‘wear a lifejacket’ message. by Lance Northey Posted on 23 May Coast Guard medevacs fisherman 145 miles east of Cape Cod Coast Guard medevacs fisherman 145 miles east of Cape Cod A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod aircrew medevaced an ill fisherman Saturday evening from coast of Cape Cod. A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod aircrew medevaced an ill fisherman Saturday evening from 145 miles off the coast of Cape Cod. by Coast Guard First District Posted on 22 May High water on the great lakes – Boom or bust for boaters? High water on the great lakes – Boom or bust for boaters? Boaters can find that deeper water under the keel may open a range of cruising, fishing or sailing grounds to navigation With Great Lakes water levels on the rise and expected to continue to increase into summer, recreational boaters could find that deeper water under the keel may open a whole new range of cruising, fishing or sailing grounds to navigation. by BoatUS Posted on 19 May Export permit application guidance for U.S. Shark Fishers and Dealers Export permit application guidance for U.S. Shark Fishers and Dealers CITES helps to conserve species and ensure that international trade of species is legal and sustainable. At the Seventeenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), several additional commercially harvested shark and ray species were listed in Appendix II of CITES. by fws.gov Posted on 19 May Marine species distribution shifts will continue under ocean warming Marine species distribution shifts will continue under ocean warming Northern species including Acadian redfish, American plaice, Atlantic cod, and thorny skate may lose thermal habitat. The findings, reported in Progress in Oceanography, suggest ocean temperature will continue to play a major role in where commercially important species will find suitable habitat. by Northeast Fisheries Science Center Posted on 19 May Coast Guard medevacs injured fisherman 86 miles east of Cape Cod Coast Guard medevacs injured fisherman 86 miles east of Cape Cod A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod aircrew medevaced fisherman Thursday evening from 86 miles off coast of Cape Cod. A Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod aircrew medevaced an injured fisherman Thursday evening from 86 miles off the coast of Cape Cod. At around 5 p.m., the captain of the 75-foot fishing vessel Destiny notified First District command center watchstanders that one of his crewmembers had fallen and sustained injuries to his hand and ribs. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 19 May Marine species distribution shifts will continue under ocean warming Marine species distribution shifts will continue under ocean warming Scientists found that important species will continue to shift their distribution as ocean waters warm 2- 3 times faster Scientists using a high-resolution global climate model and historical observations of species distributions on the Northeast U.S. Shelf have found that commercially important species will continue to shift their distribution as ocean waters warm two to three times faster than the global average through the end of this century. by NOAA Fisheries Posted on 19 May Mercury Marine launches new Go Boldly global brand campaign Mercury Marine launches new Go Boldly global brand campaign Mercury Marine announced a new brand message and global advertising campaign focused on enhancing the boating experience Mercury Marine, the world’s leading manufacturer of recreational marine engines, recently announced a new brand message and global advertising campaign focused on enhancing the boating experience. by Jonathan Revitt Posted on 18 May Lowrance launches new NAIS500 Class-B AIS Lowrance launches new NAIS500 Class-B AIS Lowrance® announced today, a fully integrated, Class-B Automatic Identification System transponder – Lowrance NAIS 500. Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, announced today, a fully integrated, Class-B Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder – the Lowrance NAIS 500. Essential for navigating busy waterways and congested ports, the NAIS 500 — which includes a dedicated GPS-500 receiver — is compact in size, lightweight and fully waterproof. by Luke Reilly Posted on 18 May Victoria’s native fisheries to get an annual check-up Victoria’s native fisheries to get an annual check-up Major rivers in Victoria are to receive an annual check-up to monitor the health and status of recreational fish species Major rivers in Victoria are to receive an annual check-up to monitor the health and status of recreational fish species. by Nick Talbot Posted on 16 May Coast Guard partner agencies recover body of missing canoeist Coast Guard partner agencies recover body of missing canoeist Clinton County Dispatch notified Coast Guard Station Burlington, of three men who tipped their canoe and fell into water The Coast Guard and their partner agencies searched for and recovered the body of a missing canoeist Saturday after his canoe tipped in Malletts Bay, Vermont. Clinton County Dispatch notified Coast Guard Station Burlington at about 9:20 a.m., of three men who tipped their canoe and fell into the water. Two of the men swam to shore, but the third was missing. by Coast Guard First District Northeast Posted on 14 May RYA reminds boaters to report entanglements RYA reminds boaters to report entanglements Fishing gear that poses a hazard to navigation because it cannot be readily seen has been a concern to boaters Fishing gear that poses a hazard to navigation because it cannot be readily seen has been a concern to boaters for many years and it has been on the RYA’s agenda for just as long. If there was a simple solution to the problem, the RYA would have fixed it a long time ago. by Loretta Spridgeon / RYA Posted on 14 May Luke takes fishing to the Outer Limits with Australian Master Marine Luke takes fishing to the Outer Limits with Australian Master Marine Queensland earthworks business owner, Luke Doyle loves pushing his recreational fishing to the Outer Limits. A round trip of 200 nautical miles pursuing his favourite reds - (red emperors, not wines) - is nothing unusual for Luke. But he now will be making the trip in an Australian Master Marine-designed and built Weekender 7800 plate alloy boat powered by twin Suzuki 175 outboards. by John Daffy Posted on 13 May
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