Club Marine buoys Awards, Integrity China team at SCIBS, Raymarine MFD

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 28 Feb 2012
 
 

Club Marine buoys Awards, Integrity China team at SCIBS, Raymarine MFD

Welcome to another week of news and features that comb the marine world for relevant and current issues - plenty to buoy your business nous and pique your interest.

As well as some 'big picture' stories, like the outgoing World Bank president's announcement of the launch of the global oceans alliance to protect our seas and testing imminent on the floodgates of Venice - providing hope for the rest of the world's flood-prone cities - we have news on boat shows new and established, several major product innovations, some great exporter news from AIMEX, an ASMEX update and much more.

Club Marine Export Awards at Darling Harbour  .. ©


Club Marine - the industry's hardest working insurers and sponsorship stalwart behind so many boat shows, events and initiatives - has come onboard again to sponsor this year's Export Awards. Held to coincide with the Sydney International Boat Show August 2-6, this year's program has added two Superyacht Industry award categories recognising the prominence of the superyacht sector to our export industry.

Integrity Motor Yachts will be hosting six senior personnel from its China shipyard during the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show - just one of the international delegations coming to the Gold Coast for the 24th annual SCIBS. Integrity is celebrating the opening of their brand new, state of the art, mega-facility in China, a major investment in the future of the brand.

Integrity factory Qingdao China  Jeni Bone


Raymarine, now part of the giant FLIR empire, has launched a new range of MFDs: two new mid and large format e95 (9'-22.86cm) and e125 (12'-30.46cm) multifunction displays (MFDs) are a further development from the compact e7, the world's first 7' MFD to provide networking with up to six displays plus accessories. Something for boaties of every breed to ogle during the national boat show circuit.

Mid-March, I am looking forward to heading to Auckland for the arrival of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet - the Kiwis know how to throw a party and celebrate yachting in style. No doubt, the Sail-World team will cover the racing, strategy and results with their usual unrivalled analysis, while I will be on hand to delve in to the spectacle, sponsorship and tactics to do with leveraging branding and ROI.

Camper during the start of leg 4 of the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12, from Sanya, China to Auckland, New Zealand.   Ian Roman/Volvo Ocean Race©


We have two major scoops ahead too, just quietly, so please be sure to come back later in the week for updates.

Have a top week!


Jeni Bone, editor



British marine electronics icon Raymarine – full speed ahead
Rob Kothe, Marine Business-World.com,
Now part of the giant FLIR empire, Raymarine is powering along in open water with good speed, launching an impressive range of new products.... [more]
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Club Marine supports Marine and Superyacht Awards in 2012
AIMEX,
The Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX) continues to drive an active marketing campaign to support the Australian marine industry given the current challenges of the economic climate.... [more]
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Integrity brings Chinese delegation to 2012 Sanctuary Cove Boat Show
Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show,
In what is going to be a watershed year for Integrity Motor Yachts, Brett Flanagan and his team will be welcoming a delegation of six senior personnel from the Jianghau Marine & Engineering Company from Qingdao China – the site of their brand new, state-of-the-art Integrity factory.... [more]
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Small innovation offers huge versatility
Sandman PR,
Bar Crusher's Bar Flap™ increases the versatility of the company's exclusive Quickflow™ water ballast system.... [more]
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Gulf Craft Successfully Launches First Majesty 135
Gulf Craft,
Gulf Craft recently launched its first hull of the highly anticipated Majesty 135 design. With 3 decks and more than 41m in overall length, it is Gulf Craft's largest Majesty Yacht ever built, further solidifying the company's position as a major player in the global superyacht market.... [more]
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Horizon's MUSES, Lady Gaga and E54 to sttend 2012 Hainan Rendezvous
Vincee Wu,
Horizon will be taking three luxury yachts to the Hainan Rendezvous, held from April 5-8, 2012: RP120 MUSES, CC110 Lady Gaga, and a new E54.... [more]
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2012 ASMEX registrations flooding in - Get yours in now!
AIMEX/Superyacht Australia,
The 2012 Australian Superyacht and Marine Export Conference (ASMEX) program is taking shape with industry heavy weights confirming their attendance and registrations flooding in from Australia, the Asia-Pacific, the US and around the world.... [more]
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Interest in Australian products drives NSW presence at Dubai boat show
AIMEX,
NSW marine manufacturers and service providers will again have strong representation at the Dubai International Boat Show through their presence in the Australian Pavilion, organised by the Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX).... [more]
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Water Taxi reaping gains of new Hyundai SeasAll powerplant
Mark Harrison,
Commercial users are turning to the new range of Hyundai SeasAll diesel engines in their search for reliability, economy and performance.... [more]
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Qld Premier Bligh pledges to beef up Wild Rivers laws
Jeni Bone,
Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh spent part of last week 'fishing for votes' in Far North Queensland, promising to protect more waterways under the Labor government's Wild Rivers laws.... [more]
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AMI Marine Sales at 'Vietship 2012' exhibition in Hanoi, Vietnam
Andres Arevalo,
AMI Marine International Pte Ltd, are exhibiting again at this year's important 'Vietship 2012' exhibition in Hanoi,.... [more]
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World Match Racing Tour announces new title sponsor
World Match Racing Tour,
World Match Racing Tour - Alpari, a global association of companies providing online foreign exchange ('Forex', 'FX'), precious metals and CFD trading services, today announced a five-year title partnership with the World Match Racing Tour. Jim O'Toole, CEO of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, today joined David Stuart, COO of Alpari in the City of London to announce the title sponsorship.... [more]
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Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show - prospectus available now!
Premiere Productions,
The Club Marine Mandurah Boat Show is on again this October, and with interest already shown in the 2012 event, the Show promises to be huge.... [more]
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World Bank president announces global oceans alliance
Jeni Bone,
Outgoing World Bank President Robert Zoellick announced a global alliance last week dedicated to managing and protecting the world's oceans, with as much as US$1.5 billion earmarked for the initiative distributed over five years.... [more]
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SOS Marine secures UK distributor in for SOS Dan Buoy
SOS Marine,
SOS Marine is proud to announce its association with SeaSafe as its newest distributor for the United Kingdom.... [more]
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Volvo Ocean Race Auckland Stopover: Up close and personal!
Penny Dain,
Spectators will have a great close-up view of the world's fastest monohulls in action as the Volvo Open 70s race in Waitemata Harbour during the Auckland Stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race. Organisers announced the courses today for the Pro-Am Races on Friday 16 March, the In-Port Race on Saturday 17 March and the Departure and Start of Leg 5 on Sunday 18 March.... [more]
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Crew Change at Coastguard Boating Education
Isabella Hormes,
With the New Year comes a change of crew at the Coastguard Boating Education national office in Auckland. Neil Murray is now at the helm of the organisation as Manager. You may catch a glimpse of him paddling across the harbour to work in his kayak to avoid the rush hour traffic..... [more]
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Ice detection with FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras
Drew Valentine,
Thanks to FLIR Systems thermal imaging cameras can help today's arctic mariners find the safest way through the ice. Ice detection tests were carried out by FLIR in Greenland using the FLIR models M-612L and M-625L. The FLIR M-Series thermal imaging camera is available with a variety of sensors and resolutions to meet a wide range of maritime needs.... [more]
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WA anglers' possession limits could be halved - have your say now!
Jeni Bone,
Anglers in WA will have their possession limits halved under new proposals aimed at simplifying the state's fishing regulations.... [more]
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Muir Windlasses Australia continue to innovate in 2012
AIMEX,
Muir have been busy in recent times assessing their current anchor windlass range to ensure that they are meeting the current market expectations, and as a result of this review there have been some exciting new winches developed and improved.... [more]
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TDI diesel powers brilliant new plate alloy blue water fisher
Jonathan Revitt,
For the first time in the Australia-New Zealand region, Cummins MerCruiser Diesel (CMD) TDI engines are being installed in aluminium hulls – and the results are great.... [more]
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FLIR warranty now 2 years for all products
Drew Valentine,
FLIR's Maritime Warranty now provides for a two year warranty for all maritime products... [more]
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Venice's high-tech flood gates could spell hope for world flood zones
Jeni Bone,
As much of the east coast of Australia still counts the cost of last year's inundation and this summer's less servere repeat, spare a thought for the 1300 year old city of Venice, experiencing flooding 100 times a year. Fortunately, an ultra high-tech gate concept is under construction, aiming to save the sinking city which is concurrently being cannibalised by its canals.... [more]
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Melanoma campaigner raises profile and sets two world records
Yamaha,
Dedicated melanoma campaigner Jeremy Burfoot, has set two new world records in his quest to raise awareness about the prolific disease.... [more]
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Stunning new Catana 47 to launch at Sanctuary Cove Boat Show
Multihull Solutions,
The new high performance Catana 47 has been launched to international acclaim and will soon be turning heads in Australia, launching at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, 24-27 May.... [more]
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Gold Coast City Marina to clean up the banks of the Coomera River
Gold Coast City Marina,
For the annual Clean Up Australia Day, the team at Gold Coast City Marina (GCCM) and the local community are getting their hands dirty in a mammoth effort to clean up the banks of the Coomera River this year, Sunday March 4 from 8am to 4pm.... [more]
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The Big Cat is back in the water!
Denis Maher,
M.V. Big Cat is one of the first vessels to complete a major refit at BSE Cairns Slipways since the company changed hands early this month.... [more]
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Please Note - Its Google Analytics not Google Statistics
The SEO Guy & TetraMedia,
Google Analytics is NOT designed to record website traffic statistics accurately. Google Analytics is far from accurate, especially when compared directly against server log files. G A is intended to track and analyse what people do when on the site. That's why its called 'Google Analytics' and not 'Google Statistics'...... [more]
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Enterprize tall ship March long weekend Geelong Wooden Boats festival
Rod Thomas,
Melbourne's Tall Ship Enterprize has a weekend away in Geelong on the March Labour Day weekend... [more]
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Havana to launch sophisticated G52 model at Sanctuary Cove show
Imprint Media,
Havana Houseboats will display the latest of its sophisticated live-aboard houseboats at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, May 24-27.... [more]
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Curiouser and curiouser - Why did super yacht Yogi sink?
Lee Mylchreest,
Eight days after the mystery sinking of the superacht Yogi off Skyros, Greece, the Turkish Shipyard that built the yacht admits they are no nearer knowing why it sank as they and their lawyers have been unable to interview the Captain and crew or obtain written statements. This is in spite of an earlier statement that they were to talk to the Captain and crew two days after the incident. .... [more]
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Knut Frostad talks about sponsorship, economics, China, and the VOR
Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia,
While the VOR fleet are bashing their way towards Taiwan and the Luzon Strait, we were quite happy to have had a trip round the bay in somewhat lighter conditions, sun shining etc on board Camper during the Volvo stopover in Sanya. It was an interesting experience, getting up close and personal with not only the sailors but also the movers and shakers behind the scenes.... [more]
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IAG Yachts announce sale of custom luxury yacht
Tracey Goodwin,
Ensign Yachts International, appointed exclusive international agents for IAG Yachts for Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Thailand are enjoying rapid growth despite the economical climate in the marine industry and say the next few years are promising to be exciting times with their expansion into the superyacht arena.... [more]
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Variety Port Jackson Championships to help raise Alopecia awareness
Vanessa Piccinini,
Lincoln Crowne & Company is working to help raise awareness of Alopecia Areata, a serious medical condition that results in its sufferers traumatically and without explanation suddenly losing their scalp and body hair, by undertaking a series of initiatives.... [more]
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Manson News: Boss released to market and the Manson Olympics
Manson Anchors,
Latest news from Manson Anchors including: Manson Boss Anchor release onto the market; Bowmaster patented underwater Turning Mechanism; Manson Submarine Anchor launch; Insight on completed projects in 2011; Boat Show round up & updates for Manson in 2012; and the Manson Olympics... [more]
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The boatbuilding market - 2012, signs of recovery
CompositesWorld.com,
No other composites end-market suffered more during the recession than marine. Data from the National Marine Manufacturers Assn. (NMMA, Chicago, Ill.) show, for example, that for powerboat dealers, retail sales during the past decade peaked in 2001 at 311,700 units... [more]
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Marine OEM Supply – cast stainless steel specialists
John Curnow,
An Australian specialist industrial 'original equipment (parts) manufacturer,' using innovative design and a strong network of manufacturing sources is making waves world-wide. You need parts to firstly build a vessel and then to keep it on the water in peak condition. Now some parts are just that, parts. Others are far more fit for purpose, so there is always a difference and if you've ever been... [more]
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Hamilton Island Race Week 2012 Accommodation options
Kristie Kaighin,
Have you booked your accommodation for Hamilton Island Race Week 2012? All the best properties book out early, so make sure you book soon to secure your preferred option... [more]
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Volvo Ocean Race: Race Village build begins in Auckland
Penny Dain,
The massive logistical operation to build the Race Village for the Auckland Stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race began in the Viaduct today (Monday). Bob Harvey, Chair of Waterfront Auckland, welcomed the Auckland Stopover Operations team, led by Kerry Ellis (Head of Venues & Operations) as they started work on the Race Village site.... [more]
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