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Auckland on the Water Boat Show - Showers don't deter crowds on Day 2 Auckland on the Water Boat Show - Showers don't deter crowds on Day 2 A tsunami of boating fans of all persuasions swept through the gates of the Auckland On the Water Boat Show this morning A tsunami of boating fans of all persuasions swept through the gates of the Auckland On the Water Boat Show when they opened this morning. Whether it was a result of the morning weather forecast or Friday was just a convenient day - who knows? by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com Posted today at 11:30 am Shakespeare Marine Antennas – Stay connected anywhere Shakespeare Marine Antennas – Stay connected anywhere These best-in-class antennas are built with unmatched quality and will enable you to stay connected – anywhere. These best-in-class antennas are built with unmatched quality and will enable you to stay connected – anywhere. by BLA Distribution Posted on 29 Sep BLA releases a range of Boat Biminis, Rocket Launchers and Boat Covers BLA releases a range of Boat Biminis, Rocket Launchers and Boat Covers BLA released a range of high quality and heavy duty Boat Biminis, Rocket Launchers and Boat Covers in a variety of sizes BLA has released a range of high quality and heavy duty Boat Biminis, Rocket Launchers and Boat Covers in a variety of sizes. by BLA Posted on 29 Sep Moggs Creek boardwalk improves angler access Moggs Creek boardwalk improves angler access A new boardwalk has improved access to beach for recreational fishers at Moggs Creek, between Fairhaven and Eastern View A new boardwalk has improved access to the beach for recreational fishers at Moggs Creek, between Fairhaven and Eastern View on the Great Ocean Road. by Melanie Curtis Posted on 29 Sep Auckland On the Water Boat Show opens full of the Joys of Spring Auckland On the Water Boat Show opens full of the Joys of Spring The Auckland On the Water Boat Show enjoyed a beautiful Spring day for its opening. Despite the inclement weather that has been the New Zealand's daily fare for too long, the Auckland On the Water Boat Show enjoyed a beautiful Spring day for its opening. Today was the first of the four-day show and is also the first time that the Show has been held in the school holidays. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com Posted on 29 Sep Plenty to see at Auckland On Water Boat Show 2016 - Opens Thursday Plenty to see at Auckland On Water Boat Show 2016 - Opens Thursday At 10am on September 29, 2016, the four-day Auckland On Water Boat Show opens its doors at Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour At 10am on this Thursday - September 29, 2016, the four-day Auckland On Water Boat Show opens its doors. With over 180 exhibitors, the show encompasses a huge range of yachts, launches, powerboats, dinghies, tenders, jet-skis, paddle boards, kayaks and other watercraft, as well as offering marine services, marina sales, marine engines and electronics, and diverse chandlery and fishing products. by John Eichelsheim Posted on 27 Sep 'Welcome' says 5 Gold Anchor globally accredited marina Abell Point 'Welcome' says 5 Gold Anchor globally accredited marina Abell Point 5 Gold Anchor Global Marina Accreditation earlier this month team at Abell Point Marina added another level of service Since attaining 5 Gold Anchor Global Marina Accreditation earlier this month the team at Abell Point Marina have added another level of service to their offer to further enhance the customer experience and reconfirm Abell Point as the destination marina of choice in the Whitsundays. by Joscelyn O'Keefe Posted on 27 Sep Night patrol nets illegal abalone harvest Night patrol nets illegal abalone harvest Three men leaving a Mornington Peninsula beach have allegedly been found in possession of 169 abalone Three men leaving a Mornington Peninsula beach have allegedly been found in possession of 169 abalone, of which more than one third were undersize. by Nick Foster Posted on 26 Sep 14m offshore fishing cat to be presented 14m offshore fishing cat to be presented A 14 metre, offshore-capable, game fishing catamaran design will be presented at this year’s Auckland on Water Boat Show A 14 metre, offshore-capable, game fishing catamaran design will be presented at this year’s Auckland on Water Boat Show. The boundary-pushing design is a collaboration between Kit Carlier Design and Stimson Yacht Design, who will exhibit together for the first time at the show, which runs from 29 September to 2 October, 2016. by Isla McKechnie Posted on 23 Sep Optimal Trolling Speeds easy to achieve with Happy Troller Optimal Trolling Speeds easy to achieve with Happy Troller Even at their lowest throttle, sterndrives and outboards can rarely power a boat at an optimal trolling speed. Even at their lowest throttle, sterndrives and outboards can rarely power a boat at an optimal trolling speed. Many gamefish simply won't chase and strike at a lure that's moving too fast. by davisnet.com Posted on 22 Sep Mercury - Save up to $1,250 on a cutting edge Mercury FourStroke Mercury - Save up to $1,250 on a cutting edge Mercury FourStroke Australian boaters can now save up to $1,250 and enjoy the many benefits of a cutting edge Mercury FourStroke. Australian boaters - of all descriptions - can now save up to $1,250 and enjoy the many benefits of a cutting edge Mercury FourStroke. by Mercury Marine Posted on 21 Sep New Zealand Maritime radio channels set to change on 1 October New Zealand Maritime radio channels set to change on 1 October Before you head out on the water next summer there are some important maritime radio changes you need to know about. Before you head out on the water next summer there are some important maritime radio changes you need to know about. On 1 October 2016, New Zealand is changing some maritime VHF repeater channels, and NowCasting weather services, to make space for new international ship tracking and data services, and to make sure our VHF radio services are compatible with the rest of the world. by Sail-World.com Posted on 20 Sep Announcing the launch of the Simrad® GO9 XSE with radar capability Announcing the launch of the Simrad® GO9 XSE with radar capability It has intuitive, multi-touch controls that smartphone and tablet users will instantly find familiar and easy to use. Packed full of features, it has intuitive, multi-touch controls that smartphone and tablet users will instantly find familiar and easy to use. Boaters can view charts, add waypoints and see key information on a large 9-inch screen. by Simrad Posted on 15 Sep Fishers invited to free Murray ‘codference’ Fishers invited to free Murray ‘codference’ Freshwater fishers are being invited to Shepparton on Sunday 11 December for Victoria’s first ever Murray ‘codference’ Freshwater fishers are being invited to Shepparton on Sunday 11 December for Victoria’s first ever Murray ‘codference’ where they can learn about the health of our Murray cod fisheries, how to improve their fishing and how they can contribute to long term sustainability. by Nick Foster Posted on 14 Sep New fisheries authority set to make a splash New fisheries authority set to make a splash A new legislation introduced to the Victorian Parliament to pave the way for new statutory authority to manage fisheries The Andrews Labor Government today introduced legislation to the Victorian Parliament to pave the way for a new statutory authority to manage fisheries state-wide. by Dept of Premier and Cabinet Victoria Posted on 13 Sep Honda Marine winner goes fishing with Andrew Symonds Honda Marine winner goes fishing with Andrew Symonds Ben Jefferson, father of two from the Northern Territory recently won the trip of a lifetime. Ben Jefferson, father of two from the Northern Territory recently won the trip of a lifetime. Ben was lucky enough to experience some of Queensland’s best fishing spots and even knock back a few cold ones with cricket legend Andrew Symonds. by Sarah Allen Posted on 12 Sep New recreational boat upper deck capacity standards New recreational boat upper deck capacity standards American Boat and Yacht Council, has revised its “Boat Capacity” (H-5) standard for upper decks on recreational boats. The membership organization that sets safety standards for recreational boat design and manufacturing, the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC), has revised its “Boat Capacity” (H-5) standard for upper decks on recreational boats. Upper decks are often referred to as the “fly bridge” or “upper helm.” by D. Scott Croft Posted on 10 Sep Active Trim 'a must' Active Trim 'a must' When fishing expert Lee Rayner is this passionate about a subject it’s for good reason. When fishing expert Lee Rayner is this passionate about a subject it’s for good reason. “I mean it. It’s the best money you’ll ever spend on a boat, and for the first time boat buyer it’s a must… a must!” by Mercury Marine Posted on 9 Sep Spring has sprung in Tasmania Spring has sprung in Tasmania With unseasonal downpours, Tassie has been turned from a dry dust bowl into a green, rain soaked mecca for anglers virtu With unseasonal downpours, Tassie has been turned from a dry dust bowl into a green, rain soaked mecca for anglers virtually overnight. Local rivers are running high and now clear as rain hasn’t fallen for a couple of weeks now and this means that streams that run to larger rivers are abounding with all forms of fish life. Big rainbow trout (and small ones) are being taken in tributaries such as t by Carl Hyland Posted on 7 Sep Stainless push pole holders fold when not in use Stainless push pole holders fold when not in use Accon Marine offers Push Pole Holder models to firmly hold valuable tools that fold flat out of the way when not in use. It's frustrating to be casting for a trophy fish, only to have the line catch on a fitting. Accon Marine, a leader in flush-mounted marine hardware, offers Push Pole Holder models to firmly hold this valuable tool that fold flat out of the way when not in use. by Accon Marine Posted on 6 Sep
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