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Oceanic Whitsunday Boat & Leisure Show a success By Dalwyn McErlane, Abel Point, QLD , 9:52 AM Wed 13 Jun 2007
Crowd pleasers included over 80 fishing and family recreational trailer rigs on display, Luxury vessels ranging from $50,000.00 to $3.5 million, Boat Shares, floating marinas, and Whitsunday's best bareboats, a Super Fish Tank filled with barramundi, a rock wall climbing experience for the kids and a sellout of 75 undercover stands of marine electronics, engines and accessories. ...[more]

See in the dark with FLIR thermal cameras By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 4:04 PM Mon 14 May 2007
The global thermal imaging giant FLIR is bringing its range of thermal cameras for marine use to Australia. Some of the first models will be on display at Sanctuary Cove boat show, 24-27 May. Sail-World spoke to FLIR’s Tony Kelly who says that in a few years thermal cameras, currently widely used by police and military, will become standard boat equipment. ...[more]

Moving and Groovin’ with GME and Garmin By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 2:42 PM Thu 10 May 2007
GME and Garmin will release their largest number of new products ever at this year’s Sanctuary Cove Boat Show, 24-27 May. Powerboat-World spoke to GME’s Warwick Clancy about the large range of entertainment products that his company has developed. The range includes CD and DVD players specifically designed for marine use; you can even take them out for a wet and wild tinnie ride. ...[more]

‘Life at the Extreme: the Volvo Ocean Race' By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 7:53 AM Fri 4 May 2007
As soon as the book, ‘Life at the Extreme’, entered my household there was a fight about who got to read it first. My editor had warned me that this was going to happen. ‘It’s a boy’s book’ Rob Kothe said as he passed the handsome hardback edition to me. ‘You’ll probably find that your husband won’t put it down.’ ...[more]

Unravelling the mystery of Knots By Rod Chapman, Academy of Maritime Training, Adelaide , 6:53 AM Thu 3 May 2007
The Adelaide-based Academy of Maritime Training is set to expand its range with its latest title, Knots, Bends & Splices. The DVD examines 12 knots, three bends, six hitches and five splices, the latter covering both rope to chain and braided rope to wire – a total of 30 examples in all, which will stand your sailing in good stead for years to come. ...[more]

Archambault - still sexy, but even faster By Media Services, 7:50 AM Mon 30 Apr 2007
Newcastle Yachting is the importer of the Archambault range of yachts and headlines a growing dealership network around Australia. Sail-World spoke to Newcastle Yachting’s Glenn Coulton about the Archambault range of yachts and how they fit into the growing IRC focused market. ‘The boats are the sexiest looking boats you’ve ever seen. They look like they’re going a million mile an hour sitting in the dock…They’re a good looking boat.’ ...[more]

Feeling lucky in Dubarry By Helen Hopcroft, Australia , 9:10 AM Fri 27 Apr 2007
Dubarry sea boots have a kind of Clint Eastwood swagger. Although they’re designed purely for nautical use, being sturdily constructed from waterproof leather and Gore-Tex, the long boots look like something from the Wild West. As well as being extremely practical, it’s a great look. You can contemplate whether to put a reef in the mainsail, then turn to your 2IC and ask ‘Do you feel lucky, punk? Well, do you?’ ...[more]

Volvo Penta restructures dealer network in Aust By Auke Bruinsma, 5:09 AM Wed 11 Apr 2007
With the aim of strengthening its presence in Australia and the entire Oceania region, Volvo Penta is now restructuring its service and dealer organization. ...[more]

Simrad's Glass Bridge Navigation system By Ben Sandman, 11:16 AM Sun 8 Apr 2007
Based on a dual-processor black box, the unique GB60 is the most versatile navigation system on the market. Data from the black box can be displayed on multiple monitors and configured in different ways with any combination of applications. Vector charts, photos, radars, navigation information, raster charts, 3D, video inputs and much more can be displayed, all at an exceptionally high resolution. ...[more]

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