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Keeping a hull clean is fast, easy and inexpensive Keeping a hull clean is fast, easy and inexpensive Davis Scrubbis is a buoyant 40cm wide foam-like cleaning head Fresh, brackish or saltwater, there's always something that finds the bottom of a hull an irresistible place to live. Even with bottom paint, growth will develop that's not only unsightly, but robs the boat of its speed and fuel economy. by Martin Flory Group Posted 18 May 13:49 UTC Brixham fishing crew to receive 'Life Saver Award' Brixham fishing crew to receive 'Life Saver Award' First ever such award from HM Coastguard During an emotional evening, the crew members and owner of the Brixham fishing vessel 'Emilia Jayne' have been honoured at the Fishing News awards with the first ever HM Coastguard 'Life Saver Award'. by Samantha Sinclair, MCA Posted 17 May 15:34 UTC Southern California's forgotten treasures Southern California's forgotten treasures Southern steelhead, white and black abalone are iconic to southern California history and culture The remnants of endangered Southern steelhead trout, white abalone and black abalone populations have dwindled from overharvesting and habitat degradation. They're so rare that they have become forgotten coastal treasures. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 May 14:13 UTC New Marine Louvered Panel has integrated damper New Marine Louvered Panel has integrated damper Common way to maintain adequate airflow to an engine room or machinery space Passive airflow through a louvered panel is a common way to maintain adequate airflow to an engine room or machinery space. But there are times, such as during heavy weather or a fire event, when restricting ventilation is required. by Martin Flory Group Posted 16 May 14:11 UTC Tagging reveals secrets of largest sharks Tagging reveals secrets of largest sharks Little known about basking shark's habitat, behavior, and migratory patterns NOAA Fisheries researchers are now seeking to unravel the mysteries of basking sharks by tagging them with satellite transmitters that will reveal their movements and behavior as they roam the waters around Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 16 May 11:46 UTC Tickets now on sale for Adelaide Boat Show Tickets now on sale for Adelaide Boat Show South Australia's most comprehensive boating show The popular fishing clinics are included with entry, as are the bumper boat rides for kids at the giant custom installed 35 metre demonstration pool. by AAP Medianet Posted 15 May 01:21 UTC Most practical boating safety advice this year Most practical boating safety advice this year Three timely tips for National Safe Boating Week Wearing a life jacket, avoiding alcohol, and taking a boating safety course tops the list of things you can do now to improve your chances of a long, safe summer of boating. by Scott Croft Posted 14 May 17:29 UTC Prevention remains the best MFD theft solution Prevention remains the best MFD theft solution Electronics theft has been a major issue in the marine industry for many years Electronics theft — particularly theft of expensive Multi-Function Displays or MFDs — has been a major issue in the marine industry for many years. Outboard motor theft is also a serious problem – possibly a worse problem. by Daniel Harper, CEO Siren Marine Posted 14 May 11:37 UTC How to restore faded plexiglass How to restore faded plexiglass Has your boats acrylic or plexiglass windshield started to look a bit tired? Have scratches and haze replaced a once crystal clear finish? Before you look at replacing your windshield or resigning yourself to a worn out appearance, consider using Buff Magic to repair the finish and make it look like new! by Shurhold Posted 13 May 13:42 UTC Construction begins on regional research vessel Construction begins on regional research vessel WHOI takes part in keel-laying ceremony for ECOC new vessel Officials from the WHOI took part in a keel-laying ceremony this week to mark the start of construction of the R/V Resolution, a new $125 million Regional Class Research Vessel (RCRV) funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). by WHOI Posted 13 May 10:29 UTC There are enough fish in our seas There are enough fish in our seas Don't lock us out! Seafood Industry Australia (SIA), the national peak-body representing the Australian seafood industry, welcomes the latest rebuttal to the tale of doom and gloom put forward by Edgar et al. regarding the state of Australia's oceans by Seafood Industry Australia Posted 11 May 22:32 UTC Blank Check (Bayliss 75') delivered Blank Check (Bayliss 75') delivered Powered with MTU 16V2000 M9L engines, each with 2,600 horsepower The 75' Blank Check was christened and delivered to her owners in early April. A product of over 68,000 man-hours and nearly 28 months of labor, she will be spending much of her time at southern latitudes. by Bayliss Boatworks Posted 11 May 21:26 UTC Alaska Salmon Travels - Post 4 Alaska Salmon Travels - Post 4 Join Alaska Fisheries SC in attempt to better understand hatchery-reared salmon marine survival The marking process has been surprisingly smooth, especially since most of the crew (including me) are new to the tagging game. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 11 May 17:52 UTC New TowBoatUS LaBelle Port opens to assist boaters New TowBoatUS LaBelle Port opens to assist boaters For boaters crossing Florida, TowBoatUS has you covered Most boats crossing the state of Florida on the Okeechobee Waterway are transient, only trying to get from one coast to the other as quickly as possible. by Scott Croft Posted 11 May 15:16 UTC Want to learn how to boat? Want to learn how to boat? Intro to boating and women making waves offered on Lake Michigan Want to learn the basics of powerboating or brush up on your skills? The nonprofit BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water together with Freedom Boat Club Chicago offer a choice of two fun on-water boat training courses by Scott Croft Posted 11 May 14:04 UTC TowBoatus Crisfield, Maryland, opens TowBoatus Crisfield, Maryland, opens TowBoatUS Crisfield provides 24-hour assistance for boats with routine breakdowns Visitors to Crisfield, Maryland, soon learn that The Old Line State's southernmost town has long tied its fortunes to Chesapeake Bay – much of the town was built atop discarded oyster shells. by Scott Croft Posted 10 May 14:09 UTC New model releases for Whittley Marine New model releases for Whittley Marine At the 2019 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show Don't miss out on visiting the Northside Marine stand at this year's Sanctuary Cove Show with fantastic 4-day deals on the Australian debut, Cruiser CR 2080 and CR 2180 Outboard packages, amongst other popular Whittley models on display. by Alan Whittley Posted 10 May 09:56 UTC Construction updates - Tarheel Bayliss 62' Construction updates - Tarheel Bayliss 62' Tarheel (Bayliss 62') is now in the home stretch. While the interior carpentry crew continues to work on lower and upper level installs, our metal works department is creating a brand new custom TV lift for the salon. by Bayliss Boatworks Posted 9 May 14:33 UTC Glomex debut world's first GPS Antenna with ZigBee Glomex debut world's first GPS Antenna with ZigBee ZB211 delivers push notifications on fleet tracking, geo-fencing, weather forecasts Glomex Marine Antennas debuts the world's first GPS antenna using internationally accepted ZigBee® technology. Connected wirelessly to the ZigBoat™ system, the ZB211 delivers push notifications on fleet tracking, geo-fencing, weather forecasts. by Martin Flory Group Posted 9 May 12:44 UTC Kicking into high gear for summer action! Kicking into high gear for summer action! Join host RV Hodge for a walk-through of the latest progress at Jarrett Bay Boatworks Join host RV Hodge for a walk-through of the latest progress on our four hulls currently under construction, including Hull 60, the Jarrett Bay 84! by Jarrett Bay Boatworks Posted 9 May 12:40 UTC
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