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'Hour of Power' RSVP now, Marina training & SIBS sold out

We span the gamut this week in terms of stories and features. From 'three-eyed fish' and mutant marine creatures pulled out of the Noosa River to Superior Jetties confirming a deal in South Korea for a 65-berth marina, as well as plenty of news from NZ, Italy and WA.

This is your final chance to attend the Sandman PR 'Hour of Power' during SIBS, featuring the media and creative dynamo, Rob Belgiovane, who will reveal the keys to building your brand and keeping your business prominent, especially during a downturn. Visit www.sandmanpr.com.au for all the details.

On the topic of SIBS, the BIA of NSW tells us that the show is fully subscribed and anticipation is high, off the back of an outstanding Melbourne show. This week, Adelaide hosts the best of boats and boating lifestyle, 16-19 July, which the BIA in SA is promising will have something for everybody.

Also this week, an insider's report on the tragic events that led to the deaths of 4 crew onboard the 15m yacht, Excalibur and just this week, the prosecution of Melbourne boat builder, Alex Cittadini.

Visit frequently, as we update every day.

All the best for a great week!


Jeni Bone, Editor



RSVP now for 'Hour of Power' at SIBS
Jeni Bone,
With just two weeks to go til SIBS, this is your last chance to RSVP for the seminar that will not cost you a thing, but will reap business rewards many times over. Sandman Public Relations, in conjunction with the Boating Industry Association of NSW, is presenting the Hour of Power, featuring high-profile guest speaker, creative and branding genius, Rob Belgiovane executive creative director of a... [more]
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MIAA Marina Training heads to Tasmania
MIAA,
The MIAA will be conducting its Marinas 101 course in Hobart, aimed at giving a broad overview of day to day marina terminology, operations and functions.... [more]
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A new star is born on Bribie Island
Star Marinas,
The south-east Queensland Boating community has been eagerly awaiting the opening of the new Marina on Bribie Island. Positioned to enjoy the world-class aquatic playground that surrounds it, Pacific Harbour Marina will provide local boaties and interstate cruisers alike added marine amenities and the exceptional value.... [more]
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Melbourne Boat Show yields great leads and rise in confidence
Jeni Bone,
Melbourne Boat Show has been and gone, but the ‘highs' from the sales and strong leads generated linger still. And the message? It was worth exhibiting, people are feeling more confident and looking forward to getting on the water next season.... [more]
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Sydney International Boat Show ‘fully subscribed'
Bob Wonders,
'House full ' sign erected for the Sydney International Boat Show. Domenic Genua, the association's marketing and event manager, said the decision was taken earlier to book only the five primary halls of the Darling Harbour Exhibition Centre, rather than the additional Hall 6 which has been employed in previous years.... [more]
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Excalibur Boatbuilder to appeal sentence
Marine Business News,
Melbourne boat builder Alex Cittadini was last week sentenced in the NSW Supreme Court over the deaths of Christopher Heyes, 51, Peter McLeod, Anne-Maree Pope, 30 and Tracey Luke, 32, , who were on board the 15m racing sloop Excalibur when her stainless-steel keel bent then broke away and the vessel capsized off Port Stephens on the NSW mid-north coast in 2002, on a delivery passage back from tw... [more]
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Graphic Artist – online media – Marine Industry
TetraMedia,
As the TetraMedia Marine group embarks on a new phase of its expansion, it now has another Job Vacancy. A Part time position for graphic artist, work from home, flexible times. Mostly in production of animated gif,some Flash advertising banners and some general web graphics.... [more]
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Volvo Ocean Race - Knut Frostad reflects and looks ahead to 2011
Lizzie Green,
Knut Frostad, Volvo Ocean Race CEO, takes time out to reflect on the challenges and achievements of the ground-breaking 2008-09 race and provides an update of the outline plans for the next event.... [more]
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Hamilton Island Champion For Sale
Azzura Marine Media,
Like having fun? Enjoy an adrenalin rush? Is the smell of gun smoke appealing? Now is your chance to own a legendary racer, as the Reichel Pugh designed, Azzura Marine-built, Wild Joe is up for sale.... [more]
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Marine Queensland concerned over Port of Brisbane selloff
Marine Qld,
Marine Queensland has expressed its concern with the Queensland Government's decision to sell the Port of Brisbane and associated boat harbours if the sale is not structured correctly.... [more]
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Lipari 41 - new from Fontaine Pajot
Multihull Solutions,
Fountaine Pajot has just launched the stunning new Lipari 41, a world class cruising multihull that shatters the benchmarks set by its peers.... [more]
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Sunsail celebrates 35th anniversary with $35 off
Sunsail,
The world's leading sailing holiday company, Sunsail, turns 35 this year and to celebrate, it's giving holidaymakers a $35 discount.... [more]
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WA welcomes cruise ships in growing numbers
Jeni Bone,
The growing number of cruise ship visits to Fremantle and regional ports is injecting tens of millions of dollars annually into the Western Australian economy, prompting a $2m upgrade over the next two years.... [more]
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Superior scoops 65-berth Korean marina
Superior Jetties,
Gold Coast commercial and residential berthing manufacturer, Superior Jetties, in conjunction with its Korean Dealer HY Kim, has secured a contract to construct a 65 berth marina on the Han River in Seoul.... [more]
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Mutant fish spark alert in Noosa River
Jeni Bone,
Sounds like something from the Simpsons, but it's true: three-headed fish and deformed marine life from the Noosa River have sparked outcry against the plethora of chemicals used on farms in the region.... [more]
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Seawind at Sydney Boat Show
Brent Vaughan,
Seawind Catamarans are looking forward to an exciting Sydney Boat Show with a brand new Seawind 1000XL and Seawind 1160 on display located in berths 57 & 58 of the marina at Darling Harbour (near Pyrmont Bridge).... [more]
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Italian luxury yacht maker to be bought by Wantong (China)
Tong Hao, China Daily,
Millennium Marine, a yacht building company established by Wantong Group in 2008, is giving the final touches to its deal which involves acquiring the Dalla Pieta brand, design drawings and 13 half-finished yachts.... [more]
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Extreme 40 Sailing Series planned for Asia Pacific
OC Group media,
Over 70 venues around the globe have already expressed their interest in staging an Extreme 40 event, either as part of the expanding European iShares Cup circuit or as part of the planned Extreme 40 Sailing Series in Asia Pacific and the Middle East regions, the latter following the success of the inaugural Arabian Extreme 40 circuit held in Dubai and Oman.... [more]
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Professional navigation for megayacht market
Sandman PR,
Designed to meet the most stringent requirements onboard commercial vessels, the next generation Simrad MX510/512 professional navigation system is now available to the megayacht market. Providing the ultimate in navigational accuracy, both the MX510 and MX512 have been designed for easy integration into existing navigation systems...... [more]
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Nelson NZ plans a 'Green Port for Black Boats'
Jeni Bone,
Plans for a modern marine eco-village at Port Nelson have the potential to create hundreds of jobs, upskill the local trade and technical workforces, and pump hundreds of millions of dollars into the region's economy.... [more]
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New Bavaria 35 Cruiser Arrives in Australia
Jamie Millar,
North South Yachting is proud to announce the latest new Bavaria Yachts model to arrive in Australia – the New Bavaria 35 Cruiser.... [more]
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Elvstrom 2009-2012 available now
McGraw-Hill PR,
Known to the sailing industry simply as 'Elvstrom', the next issue of 'Paul Elvstrom Explains the Racing Rules of Sailing' is out now and the essential handbook for serious racers.... [more]
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The news we've been waiting for: Signs suggest the Recession is Over
Jeni Bone,
The recession is over, according to economic analysts, who say consumers are back and they're spending with abandon. But there's more to it with official word from the International Monetary Fund, which has sharply revised up its forecasts, staking its reputation on a stronger than expected global recovery next year.... [more]
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Adelaide Boat Show, 16-19 July, set to be a ripper!
BIA SA,
This year's Adelaide Boat Show, which runs from July 16 –19, looks set to be one of the most informative, entertaining and exciting ever. The venue is the same as last year and there will be more than 300 craft on display and for sale at competitive prices.... [more]
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