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Swimming near boat docks claims more lives Swimming near boat docks claims more lives The fatalities of an 11-year-old girl and 19-year-old young man are bringing scrutiny to an age-old summer ritual The fatalities over the weekend of an 11-year-old girl in New Jersey and 19-year-old young man in Ohio are bringing scrutiny to an age-old summer ritual that’s common on waterfronts across America: swimming near boat docks. Initial reports say the youngster died when touching a dock’s electrified boatlift, and the Ohio teen died as a result of dangerous electrical current in the water by D. Scott Croft Posted today at 5:00 am Fit for a QING Fit for a QING 46m ruby-hulled MY QING has been at Rivergate Marina & Shipyard in Brisbane since March undergoing scheduled maintenance The 46m (149.93ft) ruby-hulled MY QING has been at Rivergate Marina & Shipyard in Brisbane since March, undergoing scheduled maintenance for her five-year Lloyds survey, plus wide-ranging precision refit works to equip her for global expedition cruising. by Jeni Bone Posted on 21 Jun New level of unique luxury on water New level of unique luxury on water CCY launches a new level of unique luxury on water, catering to ever-increasing demand for Luxury Yachts in Whitsundays. Cumberland Charter Yachts (CCY) launches a new level of unique luxury on water, catering to the ever-increasing demand for Luxury Yachts in the Whitsundays. by Sharon McNally Posted on 20 Jun USCG home in Maine following 65-day counter narcotics patrol USCG home in Maine following 65-day counter narcotics patrol U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Campbell returned to homeport in Kittery, Maine Sunday following a two-month counter-drug patrol The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Campbell returned to its homeport in Kittery, Maine, Sunday following a two-month counter-drug patrol in the Caribbean Sea and Eastern Pacific Ocean. The 270-foot medium endurance cutter was deployed in support of Joint Interagency Task-Force South (JIATF-S) with the primary mission of interdicting illegal narcotics in the transit zone. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 19 Jun Adelaide Boat Show opens 30 June Adelaide Boat Show opens 30 June The event is South Australia’s premier recreational boating exhibition, attracting thousands of visitors each year. The event is South Australia’s premier recreational boating exhibition, attracting thousands of visitors each year. by Boating Industry Association Posted on 19 Jun USCG, locals rescue dozens after high-speed ferry accident in Hyannis USCG, locals rescue dozens after high-speed ferry accident in Hyannis Coast Guard teamed-up with local responders late Friday/early Saturday to rescue 55 people stranded aboard a speed ferry The Coast Guard teamed-up with local responders late Friday and early Saturday to rescue 55 people stranded aboard a high-speed ferry that hit a jetty while entering Hyannis Harbor. The local fire department notified watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England at about 9:30 p.m. Friday and reported that the Massachusetts Steamship Authority Ferry Iyanough, which struck the jetty.. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 18 Jun Why it’s better to donate a boat now than in December Why it’s better to donate a boat now than in December Is it better to donate a boat to charity now, rather than waiting until year’s end? Is it better to donate a boat to charity now, rather than waiting until year’s end? “Donating a boat now during the summer high season can help boaters realize more value for their donations,” says Chris Edmonston, President of the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water, a boating-related 501(c)(3) nonprofit headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland. by D. Scott Croft Posted on 17 Jun New Whittley Sea Legend offshore performance packages New Whittley Sea Legend offshore performance packages The baby of the SL fleet, the SL 20, is 6.37m in length, but has all the big-boat attributes of its larger SL cousins. The SL 20 offers a legendary offshore fibreglass ride with a deep-vee hull that’s 23 degrees at the transom. It looks as good as it performs with a new-look cabin entry sitting in front of the most comfortable seats in the 6m class. by Whittley Marine Posted on 16 Jun Honda Marine releases four new outboard models Honda Marine releases four new outboard models The 2017 Melbourne International Boat Show marks the global debut for the BF75, BF80, BF90 and BF100 The new ‘crouching’ style gives the outboards a strong and athletic appearance to match the technology packed engine contained within the simple and sleek silver cowl. by Honda Marine Posted on 16 Jun Shurhold Clean-N-Simple tips on offshore travel safety Shurhold Clean-N-Simple tips on offshore travel safety The Coast Guard requirements meet the essential ingredients for boating safety. Optional boating safety equipment is like icing on the safety cake. The Coast Guard requirements meet the essential ingredients for boating safety. by Shurhold Posted on 15 Jun New Jeanneau model launches at Melbourne Boat Show New Jeanneau model launches at Melbourne Boat Show Jeanneau will once again be exhibiting at the Melbourne Boat Show that starts on Friday this week Jeanneau will once again be exhibiting at the Melbourne Boat Show that starts on Friday this week, and will include a number of new models that will be on display for the first time in Australia. by Rohan Veal Posted on 15 Jun The new Bavaria E34 is going on E-Summer-Tour in July and August The new Bavaria E34 is going on E-Summer-Tour in July and August The star of this year’s tour through Germany and Switzerland is the new Bavaria E34. The five stops on the E-Summer-Tour are Berlin, Travemünde, Bodensee twice, and Speyer. The star of this year’s tour through Germany and Switzerland is the new Bavaria E34. The second motor yacht from Bavaria Yachts’ successful E-line will celebrate its world premier at the Bavaria Open Days in Giebelstadt on 23 and 24 June. by Bavaria Yachtbau Posted on 14 Jun New Whittley CW 1950 reinvents the outboard fishing boat New Whittley CW 1950 reinvents the outboard fishing boat CW 1950 features an innovative walk-through rear transom door, moulded fishing/boarding platforms and beam for stability The roomy cabin has a comfortable vee-berth for a snooze when the fish go off the bite, with standard plush bunk cushions and side pocket storage either side. There are two standard eskies that are easily stored under stainless steel U-bars below the driver and passenger sports seats. These also make up the larger rear lounge. by Whittley Marine Posted on 12 Jun Back Cove 37's exclusive first look Back Cove 37's exclusive first look The Back Cove 37's charming characteristics shine through in this video, we're giving you an exclusive first look. The Back Cove 37's spunky and charming characteristics shine through in this new video, and we're giving you an exclusive first look. You can see Back Cove at the Bay Harbor In-Water Boat Show from June 16-18 and they will have their Australian debut of the Back Cove 32 at the Sydney International Boat Show, running from August 3 - 7. by Back Cove Yachts Posted on 11 Jun Cruising the loop, a Canadian couple live their dream Cruising the loop, a Canadian couple live their dream When Mike and Maria Fenn left Krates Marina in Keswick a friend gave them a small toy monkey to put on their boat When Mike and Maria Fenn left Krates Marina in Keswick, Ontario (just above Toronto), early last July to start the Great Loop, a friend gave them a small toy monkey to put on their boat; in fact, he gave a monkey to everyone starting a long cruise. “The purpose is to get the monkey off your back and instead put the monkey on the dash of your vessel,” Fenn said. by Cruising Odyssey Posted on 10 Jun Queenscliff Coast Guard selects Mercury Diesel for crucial repower Queenscliff Coast Guard selects Mercury Diesel for crucial repower With the winter weather setting in, the ever-busy Queenscliff Volunteer Coast Guard is more prepared than ever With the new six-cylinder QSD diesels the rescue boat, which tips the scales at 5,000 kilos, boasts a top speed of 37 knots (68 km/h) at 3,880 rpm. by Mercury Marine Posted on 8 Jun 1st Estimate to quantify global plastic input from rivers into oceans 1st Estimate to quantify global plastic input from rivers into oceans Researchers at The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic Researchers at The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, today published the first-ever estimate of plastic emissions from rivers into the world’s oceans. Writing in Nature Communications, they calculate that rivers annually transport between 1.15 and 2.41 million metric tons of plastic waste into our oceans. by Citigate First Financial Posted on 8 Jun Coast Guard, good Samaritans respond to boat off the coast of Maine Coast Guard, good Samaritans respond to boat off the coast of Maine Coast Guard crews from Stations Jonesport and Southwest Harbor along with several good Samaritans responded to a boat Coast Guard crews from Stations Jonesport and Southwest Harbor along with several good Samaritans responded to a boat taking on water Wednesday morning 30 miles south of Englishman Bay, Maine. At around 9:50 a.m., Sector Northern New England watchstanders were notified that the 48-foot motor vessel Variant was taking on water and the boat’s bilge pumps could not keep up with the flooding. by Coast Guard First District Northeast Posted on 8 Jun Coast Guard, partner agencies save 1, search for another off Salisbury Coast Guard, partner agencies save 1, search for another off Salisbury Coast Guard crews from Station Merrimack River and Air Station Cape Cod along with local agencies saved one person Coast Guard crews from Station Merrimack River and Air Station Cape Cod along with local agencies saved one person and are searching for another Tuesday evening off of Salisbury Beach. At approximately 5:40 p.m. the Salisbury Police Department notified Coast Guard watchstanders of two people in the water near a capsized boat. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 7 Jun Family fun at its finest - First Feadship for Australian client Family fun at its finest - First Feadship for Australian client Feadship has launched the 73-metre Hasna, the first Feadship built for an Australian owner. Feadship has launched the 73-metre Hasna, the first Feadship built for an Australian owner. The client is a proficient yachtsman who has poured all his considerable experience in life and business into his first bespoke Feadship. Hasna is a true family Feadship, blending a variety of home-from-home entertainment features within a timeless sculptured exterior and a suave by Feadship Posted on 6 Jun
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