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Discover how humble shipping container revolutionised the way we live Discover how humble shipping container revolutionised the way we live ‘Cargo’ looks at trade, customs, biosecurity and how perishable goods are transported around the world in the cold chain Container, an exciting new exhibition housed entirely in six 20-foot shipping containers at the Australian National Maritime Museum, will lift the lid on the history and impact of containerisation and the way the humble shipping container has revolutionised the way we live. by Jude Timms Posted today at 1:34 pm Abell Point launches new superyacht website Abell Point launches new superyacht website Abell Point Marina have launched a new superyacht website, providing a wealth of information for superyacht captains Abell Point Marina have today launched a new superyacht website, providing a wealth of information for superyacht captains, owners and crew relating their superyacht marina facilities, as well as cruising the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef. by Joscelyn O'Keefe Posted today at 3:50 am Air-Dryr prevents moisture-induced rust, mold and mildew Air-Dryr prevents moisture-induced rust, mold and mildew Air-Dryr from Davis Instruments circulates thermal convections of warm air, efficiently eliminating traces of dampness Even small amounts of moisture in the air can cause serious harm to stored items. Often unseen until it's too late, rust, corrosion, mold, mildew and wood rot can cause irreparable damage. Air-Dryr from Davis Instruments circulates thermal convections of warm air, efficiently eliminating traces of dampness and the resultant odors from enclosed spaces. UL-listed, it's ideal for boats, RVs and autos by Martin Flory Group Posted today at 3:29 am Ship's captain fined after vessel grounds at Rathlin Island Ship's captain fined after vessel grounds at Rathlin Island Ship’s captain Aleksandr Iakovtsov of MV Ruyter pleaded guilty to charges brought by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency He was charged under the Merchant Shipping Distress Signals and Prevention of Collision Regulations 1996 and also of failing to safely navigate his ship and causing serious damage to the ship (in breach of section 58 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995). by Maritime and Coastguard Agency Posted today at 12:18 am Bling for boats Bling for boats Underwater lights have been popping up on hulls everywhere. Most people don’t need them but they sure look cool. Underwater lights have been popping up on hulls everywhere. Most people don’t need them but they sure look cool. In fact, there are three primary reasons to have underwater lights — lighting for nighttime fishing and diving, safety in case of a man overboard and aesthetics — and only 30 percent of underwater lights are purchased for the first two practical reasons. by Zuzana Prochazka Posted today at 12:11 am Feadship launches Kiss Feadship launches Kiss Rarely has the name of a newly launched Feadship been more appropriate than was the case last Saturday Rarely has the name of a newly launched Feadship been more appropriate than was the case last Saturday as the fabulous 46-metre Kiss was lovingly unveiled at our Aalsmeer yard. In addition to the traditional cracking of the champagne bottle by the owner's wife, scores of red balloons were released and red bubbly served to the hundreds of guests and Feadship staff by Feadship Posted today at 12:09 am Tall Ship Oliver Hazard Perry - Recap of Incident in Newport Harbor Tall Ship Oliver Hazard Perry - Recap of Incident in Newport Harbor SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, Rhode Island’s Official Sailing Education Vessel homeported in Newport, R.I. is back safe SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, Rhode Island’s Official Sailing Education Vessel homeported in Newport, R.I. is back safe at her berth at Fort Adams State Park after an incident that left her disabled in inner Newport Harbor. by Barby MacGowan Posted on 18 Oct Lapping up the Belize Experience Lapping up the Belize Experience The Belize Experience. It is not the name of a progressive rock band, but the very feeling you will enjoy on board The Belize Experience. It is not the name of a progressive rock band, but the very feeling you will enjoy on board these magnificent craft. It is more than the amount of labour that goes in to create stylish and aesthetically appealing contours and surfaces. It is also more than the vessel being delivered as a turn key yacht, ready to take you anywhere. by John Curnow Posted on 18 Oct Tall ship loses power, hits multiple boats before grounding Tall ship loses power, hits multiple boats before grounding Coast Guard Station Castle Hill is providing a safety zone in Newport Harbor, Rhode Island, Sunday night Coast Guard Station Castle Hill is providing a safety zone in Newport Harbor, Rhode Island, Sunday night after a tall ship lost power and hit multiple other boats before grounding near Perrotti Park. The SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, an educational tall ship homeported in Newport, was leaving Bowen's Wharf Seafood Festival with 12 crewmembers aboard when it lost power and began to drift. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 16 Oct All new CZone 2.0 All new CZone 2.0 BEP Marine, manufacturers of BEP and CZone product for Power Products LLC announces an all new CZone experience. BEP Marine, manufacturers of BEP and CZone product for Power Products LLC, the leading provider of system-wide integrated power solutions, announces an all new CZone experience. The release of CZone’s new software update revolutionises how users interact with their electrical system onboard their boat or vehicle. by Erwin Salidaga Posted on 16 Oct New generation of Clipper Motor Yachts set to be launched New generation of Clipper Motor Yachts set to be launched Clipper Motor Yachts is poised to launch an exciting new European inspired model range With a proud history dating back to 1977 Australia's iconic Clipper Motor Yachts is poised to launch an exciting new European inspired model range which will position it at the forefront of the international long range luxury cruiser market. by Clipper Motor Yachts Posted on 16 Oct Ten 'Happiest' seaside towns in the U.S. Is your favorite on the list? Ten 'Happiest' seaside towns in the U.S. Is your favorite on the list? This list should hit home with cruising boat owners, since it names the 'Happiest Seaside Towns in America' Well, there are lists, and there are lists. But this list should hit home with cruising boat owners, since it names the 'Happiest Seaside Towns in America', according to Coastal Living. They’re the happiest, the magazine says, because they “are sure to make you smile.” Having been to all of them over the years, I’ll certainly agree to that. by Peter Janssen Posted on 15 Oct Coast Guard station conducts surf drills in Oregon Inlet, NC Coast Guard station conducts surf drills in Oregon Inlet, NC Two Coast Guard 47-foot Motor Lifeboat crews conduct surf drills in the vicinity of the Oregon Inlet bar Sept. 26, 2017. Two Coast Guard 47-foot Motor Lifeboat crews from Station Oregon Inlet in Nags Head, North Carolina, conduct surf drills in the vicinity of the Oregon Inlet bar Sept. 26, 2017. The boat crews practiced surf maneuvers in the sea conditions created by the offshore passing of Hurricane Maria. by U.S. Coast Guard Posted on 15 Oct You spot an entangled whale. Now what? You spot an entangled whale. Now what? You want to help the struggling animal! But please do not try to disentangle the animal yourself. This network of 20 authorized and specially trained public and private organizations, including state and federal agencies, responds to large whale entanglements along the U.S. East Coast. The hotline operates 24/7. Network members have extensive training in how to safely disentangle a large whale and increase its odds of surviving. by NOAA Fisheries Posted on 12 Oct How the NOAA Marine Debris Program responds to hurricane debris How the NOAA Marine Debris Program responds to hurricane debris The past couple months have been particularly tough for the Gulf of Mexico, Southeast and Caribbean regions Severe storms and weather events often result in a large amount of marine debris. Although there are steps we can take to reduce the amount of storm debris, such as securing our belongings before the storm hits, debris is often an unfortunate and unavoidable side effect of severe weather. by marinedebris.noaa.gov Posted on 12 Oct A guide to your marina stopover – Cruising North A guide to your marina stopover – Cruising North Ideally located between Brisbane and Gold Coast, Horizon Shores is one of the largest wet berth marinas in Australia. The Squadron is proud of its world-class marina, and shipyard services and facilities. Facilities include: floating berths (10m-33.5m mono berths and 12m-18.5m multihull berths), the Boardwalk Café (casual dining, coffee, snacks, packed lunch, burgers, fish and chips or formal a la carte dining), three laundry facilities, bathroom and showers, Wi-Fi, and a 24-hour fuel pontoon. by Andy Kancachian / Boat Gold Coast Posted on 12 Oct The latest and greatest from VesselView The latest and greatest from VesselView Its SolarMAX high-definition glass touchscreen has wide viewing angles, dimmable lighting and a glare-reducing coating The next generation VesselView703 includes built in WiFi and Bluetooth. It also contains an Active Trim Control Pad, which when coupled with ECU module will automatically and effortlessly trim an engine or engines, improve engine performance, cut fuel costs and deliver a better overall driving experience. by Mercury Marine Posted on 12 Oct Riviera owners migrate north for cruise of a lifetime Riviera owners migrate north for cruise of a lifetime Voyaging north from Gold Coast, the fleet met at Mooloolaba, a short day's voyage from Gold Coast, for a welcome dinner. For 12 Riviera and Belize owners and their families and friends, the annual R Marine Crawley Whitsundays Migration was a very special experience. The fleet included the R Marine Crawley lead motor yacht, a Riviera 52 Enclosed Flybridge, Double Trouble. by Riviera Australia Posted on 12 Oct Newport International Boat Show helping to aid the Caribbean Islands Newport International Boat Show helping to aid the Caribbean Islands Newport Int'l Boat Show announced that it committed $15,000 to organizations helping those affected by Hurricanes Irma Newport International Boat Show, announced today that it has committed $15,000 to various organizations helping to assist those in the Caribbean islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. by Andrew Golden Posted on 12 Oct Cold water diving reveals vibrant colours, creatures in north-west USA Cold water diving reveals vibrant colours, creatures in north-west USA The photos accompanying this story look at first glance like exotic corals with their bright colours and curious shapes The photos accompanying this story look at first glance like exotic corals with their bright colours and curious shapes. But they are not. They were taken by Riviera 3600 Sport Yacht owner and enthusiastic underwater photographer Brian McGuire while he was diving in the waters around the San Juan Islands – 48.5 degrees north by Riviera Posted on 11 Oct
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