Quintrex releases Apex Hull

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The flare on the new hull is carried further aft to maintain continual contact with the water when on the plane, which creates a smoother ride. A wider, sweeping chine design on the Apex Hull opens the front of the hull to allow the flaring to carry further forward up the stem line, consequently improving rough water performance. By widening …

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Nautilus Marine insights into boat insurance

BUSH ‘n Beach has brought Nautilus Marine Insurance on board to expand the fine print and provide readers with clear, easy-to-understand and helpful tips on protecting their boating assets. The scenario You have plenty of warning that a cyclonic storm is bearing down on your vessel, which is riding at anchor or on a swing mooring.  A safe haven is …

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Australian Master Marine Weekender 7800


AMM has traditionally built Weekenders in 6.1m, 6.4m, 6.8m, 7m and 7.4m lengths. However, AMM does have its Tournament series in a 7.8m version, which allowed the company to carry across the naval architect-certified belowwater hull geometry. Obviously, Luke is no novice when it comes to boating. His last boat was a Kevlacat 2400 and he previously has owned a …

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Formosa Marine keeps offering more

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For more information, check out all these new features online on Formosa Marine’s new mobile-friendly website Formosa Marine continues to advance its boats to handle the Australian environment yet keep them affordable. The new Sea-Rod Offshore 740 Centre Cabin was released in mid-May and Marine Tune had the pleasure of fitting this beauty out for a customer. Marine Tune …

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Better ballast biosecurity will help protect Great Barrier Reef

THE protection of Australia’s marine environment, Great Barrier Reef and $2.8 billion fisheries and aquaculture industries from foreign pests will be enhanced with the  Government’s ratification of the ‘International Convention for the Control of Ship’s Ballast Water and Sediment’ tonight in London. protect Great Barrier Reef Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce said the …

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Savage 615 Blue Water will take you offshore without breaking the bank

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SAVAGE has recently released a budget-friendly offshore fishing machine perfect for tackling bluewater conditions. The beauty of the Savage 615 Blue Water is it comes at a great price point but you can still option up the model to suit your needs. The 615 Blue Water will get you offshore quickly and safely with a 5mm bottom, 3mm topsides and …

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New owner, new energy at KB Marine

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Boat lovers along Sydney’s northern beaches can expect even better service and support, with a new and passionate owner taking over at KB Marine, the well-known Mercury dealership in North Narrabeen. Qualified marine engineer and former sailor Pami Kohli is now at the helm of KB Marine, having taken over from Ken Bullen who ran the business for more than …

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Surge in online fraud targeting Suzuki Marine products

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Suzuki Marine and The Haines Group are again urging consumers to purchase goods directly from their authorised Suzuki Marine dealer after a number of online fraud cases were confirmed. The company has seen a resurgence in recent weeks of online scams where sites purporting to sell Suzuki outboards have been taking money from customers with no intention of providing the …

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Tuross Head Flathead & Bream Tournament shines with support from MotorGuide


“I would really like to send a big thank you to the rest of the committee and volunteers involved in running this competition, things ran very smoothly and without their help this tournament wouldn’t be what it is today. In just a few years the competition has gotten stronger and stronger, with entries filling up a lot quicker.  Plenty of …

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