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Super Boat Int'l Key West World Champs - Team Miss GEICO in action Super Boat Int'l Key West World Champs - Team Miss GEICO in action The 37th Annual Super Boat International Key West World Championship did not disappoint fans The 37th Annual Super Boat International Key West World Championship did not disappoint fans as the world’s fastest boats converged on Key West after hurricane Irma with team Miss GEICO taking first overall. The weekend was not without mishaps as two Superboat Unlimiteds collided in spectacular fashion along with numerous spinouts and collisions of boats. Fortunately, all without injury. by Super Boat International Posted today at 4:49 am Coast Guard assists three disabled boaters near Sandy Hook Bay, NJ Coast Guard assists three disabled boaters near Sandy Hook Bay, NJ Operators at Tow Boat US, commercial salvage and towing company, contacted watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector New York Coast Guard watchstanders issued a small craft advisory due to the 25-knot wind and 3 to 5-foot sea state. Due to safety concerns, Tow Boat U.S. operators were unable to respond. by Coast Guard PA Detachment New York Posted on 17 Nov Coast Guard rescues family of six after trawler sinks off Key West Coast Guard rescues family of six after trawler sinks off Key West The family had abandoned ship after water started flooding in from the starboard engine compartment. Frame said they were cruising from Marco Island to Key West on Bauhinia, the family’s Chinese-built trawler. He was on the bridge with his father when the weather deteriorated in six-foot following seas. by Peter Janssen Posted on 17 Nov Princess present the exhilarating all-new V65 at boot Düsseldorf 2018 Princess present the exhilarating all-new V65 at boot Düsseldorf 2018 The progressive sport yacht range is expanding following the success of the award-winning V58 and V40 The progressive sport yacht range is expanding following the success of the award-winning V58 and V40 to include the exciting all-new V65 launching January 2018. by Princess Yachts Posted on 17 Nov 100 hour Tasman crossing - Fastest ever by Master Mariner 100 hour Tasman crossing - Fastest ever by Master Mariner Gold Coast based captain Russell Fleming knows a thing or two about boats and he just finished his 50th delivery trip Gold Coast based professional captain Russell Fleming knows a thing or two about boats and he has just finished his 50th delivery trip between Australia and New Zealand in a vessel he says is one of the best. by Promedia Posted on 17 Nov Most household cleaners are unsafe to use on a boat Most household cleaners are unsafe to use on a boat A clean boat provides the same level of accomplishment and pride as a spotless home A clean boat provides the same level of accomplishment and pride as a spotless home, but the products used to get to that point are vastly different. Shurhold Industries, the leader in marine cleaners and maintenance tools, offers a set of Clean-N-Simple Tips to help owners keep their vessels in showroom-like condition. by Martin Flory Group Posted on 17 Nov Riviera's sensational new 395 SUV motor yacht takes shape Riviera's sensational new 395 SUV motor yacht takes shape Hull, deck and hardtop plugs are being faired as work progresses on the plugs of many small parts. The sleek lines and surprisingly large volume of Riviera’s sporty and adventurous new 395 SUV are being revealed as the new motor yacht is developed at the company’s yard in Coomera, south-east Queensland. The 395 SUV will have its World Premiere at the 2018 Festival of Boating beginning on Thursday, May 24. by Riviera Australia Posted on 16 Nov NOAA and partners assess coral reef damage following Hurricane Irma NOAA and partners assess coral reef damage following Hurricane Irma Science divers surveyed more than 50 sites, from Biscayne Bay to the Marquesas, and found widespread damage to sponges Preliminary reports from the team found extensive shifting of sand and heavy sediment accumulation, which can smother and prevent corals from getting enough sunlight, as well as some structural damage to individual corals and the reef itself. by NOAA Fisheries Posted on 16 Nov BoatUS National Advisory Council looks at recreational boating today BoatUS National Advisory Council looks at recreational boating today Topics of the daylong agenda included an overview of recreational boating in addition to a review of industry trends A special presentation was made to the council by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Coast Survey Rear Admiral Shepard Smith who discussed how NOAA produces the services it offers recreational boaters, including weather and charting, as well as the future of marine navigation. by BoatUS Posted on 16 Nov Navico expands Track offerings Navico expands Track offerings Navico expanded range of reporting and connectivity options offered by its Track telemetry system with all-new Track HD. Navico, parent company to leading marine electronics brands Lowrance, Simrad, and B&G, has expanded the range of reporting and connectivity options offered by its Track telemetry system, with the all-new Track HD. by Laura Tolmay Posted on 15 Nov Magnificent flagship Belize 66 comes to life Magnificent flagship Belize 66 comes to life Every plug is carefully painted to an ultra-smooth surface so that the mould and then actual GRP part is without blemish The hull for the first of our new flagship Belize 66 models is scheduled to complete lamination in mid-January 2018 as work on every part of this magnificent motor yacht brings her to life. The three parts of the hull mould, when assembled, form the one perfectly shaped hull. by Riviera Australia Posted on 14 Nov New Red Ensign Group Yacht Code launched New Red Ensign Group Yacht Code launched Work has been carried out across the REG to get the new code ready for its launch and also within the industry. Work has been carried out across the REG to get the new code ready for its launch and also within the industry. by Maritime and Coastguard Agency Posted on 14 Nov UK Ship Register signs its first unmanned vessel UK Ship Register signs its first unmanned vessel ASV’s C-Worker 7 will be used for work such as subsea positioning, surveying and environmental monitoring. The UK Ship Register has signed its first ever unmanned vessel to the flag, showing how it is adapting to the changes of the maritime industry. ASV’s C-Worker 7 will be used for work such as subsea positioning, surveying and environmental monitoring. It can be used under direct control, semi-manned or completely unmanned. by Maritime and Coastguard Agency Posted on 14 Nov Cast Stainless Steel Steering Wheels will likely outlive boat Cast Stainless Steel Steering Wheels will likely outlive boat Quality craftsmanship and a feel of stability is immediately noticed when grasping a Vision FX marine steering wheel Quality craftsmanship and a feel of stability is immediately noticed when grasping a Schmitt & Ongaro Vision Elite or Vision FX marine steering wheel. Ideal for any boat, they're attractive, yet incredibly strong and durable. by Martin Flory Group Posted on 14 Nov Abell Point awarded Queensland’s Major Tourism Attraction Abell Point awarded Queensland’s Major Tourism Attraction 2017 Queensland Tourism Awards held this weekend saw Abell Point Marina awarded gold for Major Tourist Attraction The 2017 Queensland Tourism Awards held this weekend saw Abell Point Marina awarded gold for Major Tourist Attraction, above some very well-known Queensland operators. The final award category of the night was announced with Australia Zoo winning bronze, Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures winning silver and Abell Point Marina receiving the gold. This by Joscelyn O'Keefe Posted on 14 Nov Aquila 36 Power Catamaran - Alternate Aft Deck Module Layouts Aquila 36 Power Catamaran - Alternate Aft Deck Module Layouts When we reviewed the Aquila 36 Powerboat originally, we were very impressed with the 'Great Entertainer' When we reviewed the Aquila 36 Powerboat originally, we were very impressed with the 'Great Entertainer' as we called it. Here was a spacious vessel, capable of taking a family and guests to all the best spots quickly, comfortably and with an ambience of grace and style that not many vessels are capable of competing with. by John Curnow Posted on 13 Nov Enjoy family New Year’s Eve festivities on Darling Harbour at ANMM Enjoy family New Year’s Eve festivities on Darling Harbour at ANMM This New Year’s Eve the Australian National Maritime Museum is inviting families to enjoy a fabulous night of fun This New Year’s Eve the Australian National Maritime Museum is inviting families to enjoy a fabulous night of fun with a great view of the spectacular Darling Harbour family fireworks. by Jude Timms Posted on 13 Nov Whales, dunes and good times in the legendary waters of Cape Cod Whales, dunes and good times in the legendary waters of Cape Cod Provincetown is one of the main townships of Cape Cod, on a spit that marks the eastern boundary of Cape Cod Bay Close encounters with whales, touring spectacular sand dunes and a beach clam bake at sunset were just a few of the attractions for Riviera owners and families at the recent Bosun’s Marine Provincetown Experience. Provincetown is one of the main townships of Cape Cod, on a spit that marks the eastern boundary of Cape Cod Bay by Riviera Australia Posted on 12 Nov Crossing the notorious Tasman Sea in a 1,000nm passage on a Riviera 51 Crossing the notorious Tasman Sea in a 1,000nm passage on a Riviera 51 Voyaging at hull speed – around 10 knots – will give most Rivieras a range of at least 1,000 nautical miles. With all of Riviera’s robust qualities and genuine blue-water capabilities, few owners would look across what Australians and New Zealanders affectionately call “the ditch”, the notorious Tasman Sea, a little more than 1,000 nautical miles of sometimes wild, deep water with only Lord Howe Island in between by Riviera Australia Posted on 11 Nov An oil tanker running aground off Southport, North Carolina An oil tanker running aground off Southport, North Carolina I think it's safe to say that most of us (all of us?) who've cruised on the ICW have run aground at some point. I think it's safe to say that most of us (all of us?) who've cruised on the ICW have run aground at some point. Running aground in a recreational boat is one thing. Running aground in an oil tanker is another. by Peter Janssen Posted on 11 Nov
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