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Abandoned and derelict vessels in Florida and the Caribbean Abandoned and derelict vessels in Florida and the Caribbean Abandoned and derelict vessels (ADVs) are a marine debris problem in many places around the United States In this region, which boasts both beautiful weather and waters, a high number of recreational and commercial boaters unfortunately equals a high number of ADVs. by NOAA Fisheries Posted today at 12:50 pm Boating Industry reader survey reports Ethanol repairs increasing Boating Industry reader survey reports Ethanol repairs increasing A new survey by Boating Industry magazine says those in the boating industry are seeing a growing number of problems A new survey by Boating Industry magazine says those in the boating industry that manufacture, sell, repair and store recreational vessels are seeing a growing number of problems caused by ethanol-related fuels. Said one Minnesota boat dealer in the survey, “Ethanol fuels are great for our service department but bad for our customers!” by D. Scott Croft Posted today at 4:41 am Adventure awaits at the Sydney International Boat Show Adventure awaits at the Sydney International Boat Show Sydney Int'l Boat Show celebrates its 50th year in 2017. The show will be hosting a number of fantastic presenters The Sydney International Boat Show celebrates its 50th year in 2017. The show will be hosting a number of fantastic presenters who exemplify the adventurous spirit. In particular, Michelle Lee and Lisa Blair will be on stage to share their incredible stories. by AAP Medianet Posted on 20 Jul Tracking mysterious oil in New Bedford Harbor Tracking mysterious oil in New Bedford Harbor U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Detachment is determined to track down sources and restore the health of the waterfront. Home to Massachusetts’ historic whaling fleet and the largest fishing fleet in the country, New Bedford is also a popular New England tourist destination. Visitors pour in each year to sample the local seafood and enjoy the historic waterfront. However, in recent times, the seaside sights along the harbor have been marred by the unwelcomed and distinct color palette of oil sheens on the water. by Nicole J. Groll Posted on 20 Jul DAMEN to open up “New Frontiers” at the Monaco Yacht Show DAMEN to open up “New Frontiers” at the Monaco Yacht Show On 10 July DAMEN launched its latest vessel New Frontiers – a new evolution in Dutch shipbuilder’s Yacht Support range. On 10 July DAMEN launched its latest vessel New Frontiers – a new evolution in the Dutch shipbuilder’s Yacht Support range. For the first time, the 55-metre vessel debuts dedicated Owner and guest accommodation plus a host of yachting enhancements that distinguish the YS 5009 from its predecessors. by Damen Shipyards Group Posted on 18 Jul Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue five off Cape Cod coast Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue five off Cape Cod coast Coast Guard and good Samaritan rescued five people 18 miles south of Nomans Land Sunday after their boat caught on fire The Coast Guard and a good Samaritan rescued five people 18 miles south of Nomans Land Sunday after their boat caught on fire. A good Samaritan radioed to watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Southeastern at about 10 a.m. reporting the 32-foot recreational boat Finale had caught fire, and he rescued the people who were aboard. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 17 Jul Riviera 4800 Sport Yacht - Just move with the times Riviera 4800 Sport Yacht - Just move with the times Honestly. I cannot tell you how well it works, because I simply never used it! Honestly. I cannot tell you how well it works, because I simply never used it! No. Not the boat itself... I actually spent many enjoyable hours on board Riviera’s delightful 4800 Sport Yacht. Right. What I was referring to was the autopilot, and the reason for that lies in the very sentence immediately preceding this one. Enjoyment. by John Curnow Posted on 17 Jul Monaco Solar and Electric Boat Challenge – Day 2 Monaco Solar and Electric Boat Challenge – Day 2 One overriding objective is to use competition to promote eco-responsible propulsion to people involved in motor-sport. Nothing can stop them: Gerhard van der Schaar’s Dutch boat Clafis Victron Energy Solar Boat Team in the Open Class and Johannes van der Steen driving NHL Solarboatteam in Challenge A, each won the Fleet Endurance Race, the speed contest, slalom and one-on-one duels in their respective categories. by Icarus Sports Posted on 16 Jul Sunreef launches Supreme 68 Power Cat with lots of light and space Sunreef launches Supreme 68 Power Cat with lots of light and space You enter the boat from wide staircases leading up from the swim platform, and walk into the salon through glass doors. Sunreef will introduce its new, massive Supreme 68 power catamaran at the Cannes yacht show in September, the newest model in the Supreme line that runs from 48 to 88 feet. The amount of attractive, modern, bright living space on the new Sunreef Supreme 68 is simply stunning: Indeed, the company says the new cat has 3,250 square feet of living space, more than many upscale New York City apartments by Sunreef Yachts Posted on 16 Jul 10 rescued as 55-foot custom Sportsfisherman sinks off Charleston 10 rescued as 55-foot custom Sportsfisherman sinks off Charleston Marine 101 of the Charleston Fire Department and members of the North Charleston Police Department marine unit responded A custom 55-foot, Paul Mann, cold-molded-wood Sportsfisherman sank off Charleston, S.C., on Saturday during the MegaDock fishing tournament. All ten people on board were rescued by a passing boat, before the Coast Guard arrived. The boat, Sportsmann from Kiawah Island, apparently hit something in the water. Charleston marine authorities said the boat had already taken on too much water... by Peter Jansen and also Powerboat-World.com Posted on 16 Jul Keeping your boat's interior clean Keeping your boat's interior clean John Greviskis from Ship Shape TV joined Shurhold’s Tiann Berhoff to discuss helpful cleaning tips for boats interior. As everyone knows, space is at a premium inside the boat. That is especially true on long trips. For your next outing, consider these helpful tips for keeping your ride ship shape. by Shurhold Industries Posted on 15 Jul Monaco at the forefront of eco-responsible propulsion Monaco at the forefront of eco-responsible propulsion First contests at fourth Monaco Solar and Electric Boat Challenge kicked-off on Friday morning for 21 teams competing. The first contests at the fourth Monaco Solar and Electric Boat Challenge, organised by the Yacht Club de Monaco in partnership with UIM (International Powerboating Federation) kicked-off on Friday morning for 21 teams competing. This unique event in the Mediterranean is an opportunity for international engineering students to showcase potential of electric and solar power for the yachting sector. by Yacht Club de Monaco Posted on 15 Jul Beneteau launches new models at this year's Sydney Boat Show Beneteau launches new models at this year's Sydney Boat Show The new inboard power boats on display are the eye catching Gran Turismo 40 which delivers unrivalled speed On display for the first time in Australia is the New Swift Trawler 50, spacious, ideal for living on board and equipped for long distance cruising with a range of over 1200Nm at eight knots and a top speed of 24 knots, she is the ideal boat for cruising the Australian coastline. by Beneteau Posted on 14 Jul USCG, partner agencies save 5 from sinking boat off Martha's Vineyard USCG, partner agencies save 5 from sinking boat off Martha's Vineyard The Coast Guard rescued five people from a recreational boat taking on water about one mile south of Squibnocket Point The Coast Guard and partner agencies rescued five people Thursday from a recreational boat taking on water about one mile south of Squibnocket Point, Martha's Vineyard. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 14 Jul Intracoastal Waterway – Georgia to South Carolina Intracoastal Waterway – Georgia to South Carolina Well, if there was ever any doubt that the Intracoastal Waterway was a bucket list item Well, if there was ever any doubt that the Intracoastal Waterway was a bucket list item, then this terrific little video by Tula's Endless Summer certainly puts it squarely near the top of yours! Georgia to South Carolina is pleasant way to break up your day or provide that added impetus to get going... by Powerboat-World.com Posted on 14 Jul BRIG global launch attracts the world to Sydney BRIG global launch attracts the world to Sydney Neil Webster, director at Sirocco Marine said the Eagle 10 is already in high demand, with forward orders in all markets BRIG International Dealer of the Year, Sirocco Marine will host the official debut of the 10.5-metre, feature-packed RIB with a massive VIP, client, media event Friday 4 August in the new International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour. by Sirocco Marine Posted on 14 Jul Race for Water continues its scientific Odyssey in the Caribbean Race for Water continues its scientific Odyssey in the Caribbean The stopover in Bermuda was informative, positive and high-profile, it brought together many government officials The organization of stopovers in areas that are both important for scientific research and also able to reach a wide audience makes it easier to promote real solutions for creating value in the collection of plastic waste and thus fighting against the pollution of the oceans - Race for Water’s mission. by Race For Water Posted on 14 Jul Great advice for cruising the beautiful but remote North Channel Great advice for cruising the beautiful but remote North Channel Most cruisers who’ve been there agree that navigation can be tricky. NorthChannel is 20 miles across at its widest point Stretching 160 nm across the northern shore of Lake Huron, in the Canadian province of Ontario, the North Channel is filled with beckoning anchorages, uninhabited islands, hidden beaches and just enough marinas to keep everyone on board happy. by Peter Janssen Posted on 13 Jul Aspen Power Catamarans’ tour already reached Alaska, now heading South Aspen Power Catamarans’ tour already reached Alaska, now heading South The owners of the boat, David and Sue Ellen Jenkins, are both from Annapolis, and were looking for a major adventure It’s now in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, on its way south, before ultimately circling most of the U.S. and ending up in Annapolis in October, 2018. by Peter Janssen Posted on 13 Jul Mercury wishes Aussie team success at World Water Ski Championships Mercury wishes Aussie team success at World Water Ski Championships Over the past three World Championships, which are held every two years, Australians won 17 of the 18 titles on offer. After an extensive four-month, seven-race qualifying process the boats, skiers, drivers and observers are now preparing for Seattle, in the USA by Mercury Marine Posted on 13 Jul
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