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Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium announced for November 13-15 By John Bell, St. Petersburg , 8:58 PM Mon 20 Oct 2014 GMT
A panel of experts will offer critical suggestions on how post-Gulf of Mexico oil catastrophe research funds should be spent. The panel is just one of the key marine presentations at the Guy Harvey Fisheries Symposium at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg Campus. ...
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Safer Boating Week boosted by short, snappy, safety tips clip By Joanne Glassford, Auckland , 10:07 AM Mon 20 Oct 2014 GMT
Coastguard Boating Education has produced a short, snappy two minute motion-graphic as a great reminder of all the key boating safety tips. ...
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2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - Marine Syndication wins By Praneel Lal, , 5:09 AM Mon 20 Oct 2014 GMT
2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - Marine Syndication, a division of Marine Auctions, was in full swing at the Gold Coast International Marine Expo that took place at the Gold Coast Marine Precinct in Coomera. ...
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Coast Guard rescues two near Wachapreague By USCG, , 4:34 AM Sun 19 Oct 2014 GMT
Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads received a report from a concerned friend at 10:30 p.m., Friday stating the two men had departed on a planned 20-minute trip, but had been gone for approximately two hours. The reporting source also stated that the men did not have radios or cell phones aboard. ...
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2014 Gold Coast Int'l Marine Expo - McDonald’s boosts the family fun By Emma Milne, , 3:57 AM Sat 18 Oct 2014 GMT
2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - The awe-inspiring aerial antics of the Extreme High Diving show at this weekend’s 2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo have a whole new flavour, with McDonald’s signing up as an event partner. ...
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Sheltering habits help sharks cope with acid oceans By Coral CoE, , 7:26 PM Fri 17 Oct 2014 GMT
A shark’s habitat can reduce its sensitivity to rising CO2 levels, according to Australian scientists. Globally, ocean acidification – linked to emissions of greenhouse gases – remains a major concern and scientists say it will harm many marine species over the next century. ...
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Dutch boy on a mission to rid the world's oceans of floating plastic *Feature By Vibeke Venema, , 4:50 PM Fri 17 Oct 2014 GMT
Boyan Slat is a 20-year-old on a mission - to rid the planet's oceans of floating plastic. He has dedicated his teenage years to finding a way of collecting it. But can the system really work - and is there any point when so much new plastic waste is still flowing into the sea every day? ...
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Discover Boating Week starts tomorrow By Boating Industry Association, , 1:46 PM Fri 17 Oct 2014 GMT
Discover Boating Week is a celebration of the recreational boating lifestyle and the joys and fun that come with spending quality time on the water. Whether you're a fisherman, paddler or sailor, there is something for everyone. Over 40 events will be taking place across the state from October 18 - 25 and the best part is, they all absolutely free! ...
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Great start to another massive Gold Coast International Marine Expo By Emma Milne/Gold Coast International Marine Expo, , 10:26 AM Fri 17 Oct 2014 GMT
The Gold Coast International Marine Expo – open all weekend – is a marquee event for the marine industry and has delivered on its promise of 'all things aquatic – from super yachts and jet skis to kayaks and fishing equipment … and everything in between'. ...
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Changed boating conditions on Sydney Harbour for Australian Boat Race By Roads and Maritime Services, , 2:32 AM Fri 17 Oct 2014 GMT
Boaters are reminded to keep clear of a section of Sydney Harbour on Sunday 26 October for the safe staging of The Australian Boat Race. ...
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Whale freed from net at Rainbow Beach By Tanya Armstrong, , 3:07 PM Thu 16 Oct 2014 GMT
The Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol’s Marine Animal Release Team has successfully freed a juvenile whale from shark nets off Rainbow beach on the Sunshine Coast this afternoon. Queensland Shark Control Program Manager Jeff Krause, from the Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol, said the five metre whale was badly entangled in the net. ...
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2014 Gold Coast Int'l Marine Expo - One more sleep until massive event By Emma Milne, , 3:58 AM Thu 16 Oct 2014 GMT
2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo - With less than 24 hours until the start of the three-day 2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo, the event site is a hive of activity as exhibitors prepare and polish their displays to help you make this summer one to remember. ...
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Boats recovery after Sydney storm By Roads and Maritime Services, , 7:08 AM Wed 15 Oct 2014 GMT
Roads and Maritime Services Maritime Director Angus Mitchell said Roads and Maritime Services boating safety officers (BSO) had been busy since sunrise in Port Hacking helping with the recovery of more than 10 boats which broke their moorings overnight during stormy conditions. ...
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Partnership to encourage lifejacket use By Neena Mairata, , 5:35 AM Wed 15 Oct 2014 GMT
MMC have donated 300 new generation lifejackets to Rowing NSW so their coaches and instructors can act as ambassadors by wearing them and role modelling behaviour to further encourage everyone on the water to wear lifejackets. ...
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Most boaters start the new boating season safely By Roads and Maritime Services, , 4:16 AM Wed 15 Oct 2014 GMT
The results are in from the first boating campaign of the new season with a reminder for boaters to keep an eye on their speed and ensure they are aware of NSW lifejacket laws. ...
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Help stop spreading of the invasive Quagga mussel By Sail-World.com, , 5:54 PM Tue 14 Oct 2014 GMT
Is the Quagga mussel in your cruising waters?The Quagga mussel has been discovered for the first time in the UK. The discovery was made by Environment Agency teams carrying out routine water quality testing on River Wraysbury. It has subsequently been found in the nearby Wraysbury reservoir too. ...
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Discover Boating Week opens up opportunities to participate By Domenic Genua, , 9:33 AM Tue 14 Oct 2014 GMT
To celebrate the start of the recreational boating season, Discover Boating Week will run from October 18 to 26. The public are invited to learn more about recreational boating through dozens of activities that have been organised by industry members and associated boating groups. ...
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Changed boating conditions for Yarrawonga Multisport Festival By Roads and Maritime Services, , 4:48 AM Tue 14 Oct 2014 GMT
Boaters are reminded to keep clear of a section of Lake Mulwala this weekend for the safe staging of the Yarrawonga Mulwala Multisport Festival. ...
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605 Sportsfish named Australia's Greatest Boats 2015 Finalist! By Arvor Boats, , 4:04 AM Tue 14 Oct 2014 GMT
The 605 Sportsfish gives you such a good fishing experience you might not notice how safe it is! A hinged gate provides sea-height access to the transom. Starboard and port walk rounds provide fast accessibility to all areas of the boat. And a bow windlass option makes it easier than ever to drop anchor. ...
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Vaughan Bullivant cuts Daydream Island price tag to $30 million By MarineBusiness-World, , 10:57 AM Mon 13 Oct 2014 GMT
Nature’s Own founder Vaughan Bullivant had previously hoped to get around $65 million for the Daydream Island resort he paid $25 million for in 2000. But with his health deteriorating and the island failing to sell in two years, agents have convinced Mr Bullivant to lower his expectations — and the price — to about $30 million. ...
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Update: Stunning finds from ancient Greek Shipwreck By Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, , 9:10 AM Sun 12 Oct 2014 GMT
The rescued antiquities include tableware, ship components, and a giant bronze spear that would have belonged to a life-sized warrior statue. The Antikythera wreck was first discovered in 1900 by sponge divers who were blown off course by a storm. ...
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Coalition invests in Campaspe River health By The Hon Peter Walsh MP, , 7:16 AM Fri 10 Oct 2014 GMT
Recreational fishing in the Campaspe River is set to improve thanks to a $155,000 investment from the Victorian Coalition Government to improve fish habitat. Minister for Water Peter Walsh today officially opened the new ‘rock fishway’ at Echuca Weir, which has been funded through the Coalition Government’s $3.73 million Caring for the Campaspe initiative. ...
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Whale expert to join HMB Endeavour on Eden Voyage By Jude Timms, , 12:05 PM Thu 9 Oct 2014 GMT
The Australian National Maritime Museum is delighted to announce that whale expert Geoffrey Ross from New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service will be joining the HMB Endeavour crew as a special guest when it embarks on a special whale-themed voyage from Sydney to Eden 27 - 31 October. ...
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Gold Coast International Marine Expo - Boats to behold … and much more By Emma Milne, , 11:24 AM Thu 9 Oct 2014 GMT
Boaties are in for a real treat – a multitude of esteemed boat-builders have reserved the 2014 Gold Coast International Marine Expo to unveil their latest new models to the public. The vast range of new and innovative vessels covers the entire spectrum of on-water enjoyment, from luxurious sports yachts and specialist fishing vessels to family recreation boats and inflatable dinghies. ...
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Superior set for METS and enters Waterscape in DAME Awards *Feature By Superior, , 1:40 AM Thu 9 Oct 2014 GMT
Superior will be attending this year’s METS trade show in Amsterdam, 18 to 20 November, and entering the company’s new Waterscape product in the prestigious DAME Awards. ...
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