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Beneteau Seayo Control – New onboard assistant Beneteau Seayo Control – New onboard assistant Equipping the recent Gran Turismo 50, this technology operates many of boat’s functions and is intuitive and easy to use Inspired by the onboard computers of the car industry, this innovation confirms Beneteau’s commitment to simplifying sailing and opening it up to everyone. by Beneteau Posted today at 1:22 pm Florida Bill strengthens derelict vessel fight, promotes public access Florida Bill strengthens derelict vessel fight, promotes public access When the pilot program was enacted in 2009, a patchwork of local anchoring regulations sometimes made stopping difficult BoatUS congratulates the governor and legislators on Friday’s passage of HB 7043 that promotes environmentally sound public access and helps address the issue of improperly stored, abandoned or derelict vessels. by BoatUS Posted today at 12:03 pm Lessons learnt – Explosion after refuelling Lessons learnt – Explosion after refuelling Petrol vapour is heavier than air and it settles in the lowest areas of a boat and will explode violently when ignited Over the past 10 years there have been more than 100 boat fires and explosions, some of which resulted in very serious injuries, with more than 90 per cent occurring on vessels fitted with inboard petrol engines. by Transport Safety Victoria Posted today at 11:24 am Recreational Boating Safety - By Ed Huntsman, USCG Eighth District Recreational Boating Safety - By Ed Huntsman, USCG Eighth District Don't let the temperature outside fool you. Cold water immersion and hypothermia can occur in water as cool as 70 degree Even on a warm and sunny day a sudden and unexpected fall into cold water for as little as 30 minutes can result in hypothermia - and if you're not wearing a life jacket can even lead to a life-threatening situation in as little as three to five minutes. by Ed Huntsman / Eighth Coast Guard District Posted today at 1:02 pm Coast Guard suspend search for a possible person in water off Plymouth Coast Guard suspend search for a possible person in water off Plymouth The Coast Guard suspended the search for a possible person in the water, Monday in Plymouth Harbor. The Coast Guard suspended the search for a possible person in the water, Monday in Plymouth Harbor. A local fisherman originally spotted an overturned, unmarked 10-foot lime green kayak with a paddle at about 4 a.m. and reported it to watch standers at Coast Guard Sector Boston. by U.S. Coast Guard 1st District Northeast Posted on 28 Jun Gran Turismo flagship announced this summer Gran Turismo flagship announced this summer The Gran Turismo 50, soon to complete the range that renewed the sport cruiser style in less than two years The boat announced is a combination of Beneteau Power’s expertise, the signature mark of the designers Nuvolari and Lenard and the talent of Andreani Design. by Beneteau Posted on 27 Jun Celebrate the opening of the Adelaide Boat Show Celebrate the opening of the Adelaide Boat Show Purchase an Adult ticket between 10 am and 12 noon on the opening day, Friday 30 June and bring a friend in for free. In effect that allows two people in for the price of one. But remember, this offer is only available from 10 am until 12 noon on Friday 30 June. This ticket is only available at the door. by Boating Industry Association Posted on 27 Jun Australia Tahiti Superyacht Rendezvous attracts strongest turnout Australia Tahiti Superyacht Rendezvous attracts strongest turnout The events saw over 200 captains and crew from the superyachts cruising and chartering in the South Pacific region Captains and crew were thirsty for information about cruising in Australia and understandingthe Australian Industry’s capability to service their vessels. The Captains lunch provided the perfect platform for the Australian companies present to promote their infrastructure, facilities, cruising itineraries plus the skills and experience of a very proactive Australian industry. by AIMEX Posted on 27 Jun Coast Guard authorities search for a person in the water off Plymouth Coast Guard authorities search for a person in the water off Plymouth Coast Guard is searching for a possible person in the water after an overturned kayak was spotted off Duxbury Pier Light The Coast Guard is searching for a possible person in the water Monday after an overturned kayak was spotted off Duxbury Pier Light (Bug Light), in Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts. A local fisherman spotted an overturned, unmarked 10-foot lime green kayak with a paddle at about 4 a.m. and reported it to watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Boston. by Coast Guard First District Northeast Posted on 27 Jun Possibly more hurricanes on East Coast this season Possibly more hurricanes on East Coast this season We already have three named storms, an unusually high number since it’s not even the end of June yet. For named storms affecting the east coast of the U.S., the predictions range from a low of 10 to a high of 17. For hurricanes, the range is from six to 10; for major hurricanes, the range is from one to four. by Peter Janssen Posted on 25 Jun After 35,000 miles, the Ullmanns are just getting started After 35,000 miles, the Ullmanns are just getting started So far, Jennifer and Mark Ullmann have put about 35,000 nautical miles on Starlet, their 17-year-old Nordhavn 46 Until about ten years ago, the Ullmanns were living traditional lives on land, although they both loved diving and had a 24-foot dive boat in the Florida Keys. Then, after a bad day at work, they were having dinner in a Thai restaurant and they started talking about all the places they’d rather be. by Cruising Odyssey Posted on 25 Jun Stylish hardware keeps fenders in position Stylish hardware keeps fenders in position The cumbersome task of deploying and retrieving fenders is simplified with clever hardware from Accon Marine. The cumbersome task of deploying and retrieving fenders is simplified with clever hardware from Accon Marine. Its Fender Hangers eliminate repetitive tying and wrangling with bulky docking aids. by Martin Flory Group Posted on 23 Jun Coast Guard locates missing kayaker safe in Maine Coast Guard locates missing kayaker safe in Maine The officer confirmed Cerezo was the kayaker search crews were looking for. The Coast Guard confirmed Thursday the kayaker missing off the coast of Maine was found safe. According to watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Northern New England, a Maine Fisheries and Wildlife officer heard the audio clip of the mayday call on the news and recognized the kayaker's voice. by U.S. Coast Guard Posted on 22 Jun Crime rings stealing boats - Seven tips to slow down thieves Crime rings stealing boats - Seven tips to slow down thieves BoatUS said today crime rings responsible for stealing boats, Yamaha outboard engines, Garmin electronics Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) said today crime rings responsible for stealing boats, Yamaha outboard engines, Garmin electronics, and other expensive navigation units along the East Coast’s I-95 corridor have moved across the country. Largely striking boat dealerships and boat-storage facilities by D. Scott Croft Posted on 22 Jun 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 on 22 Jun 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
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