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Captain's Blog

Beach N' Bay Report: 24-25 June 2017

  Published June 20th, 2017

- Episode 197 -  Here's this weekend's Beach N' Bay Report proudly presented by 'The Boat Guy' for the waters of...

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Time to SELL the boat

  Published June 11th, 2017

It's that time of the year.... Upgrading, Downsizng or maybe it’s Time to move on?  Typically at this time of the year some boaties have the reality check that they...

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Seen anything strange on the water

  Published June 10th, 2017

You know your environment best and you know if something looks or sounds out of place. Have you witnessed any strange activity on the water such as: people transferring objects between boats...

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Don't eat pipis harvested near Venus Bay

  Published June 9th, 2017

DEDJTR and DHHS advise not to eat pipis harvested near Venus Bay The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR)  and the Department of Health and...

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Dredging works completed

  Published May 25th, 2017

The following Notice to Mariners is published for general information. Melbourne, 26 May 2017 Australia – Victoria No.151 – 2017 Local...

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TSV drives safety message home

  Published May 16th, 2017

Personal watercraft (PWC) riders can threaten the safety of other waterway users when trying to impress onlookers, according to Transport Safety Victoria (TSV), following a blitz on rogue...

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Vovlo announces Melbourne stopover

  Published May 7th, 2017

The Volvo Ocean Race will give sports fans an extra Christmas present in 2017 after adding Melbourne to the route for the forthcoming edition starting in October. The change to the...

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Dredging at Werribee River

  Published May 2nd, 2017

Parks Victoria will commence maintenance dredging in and around Werribee River entrance next week following natural sand build up which has created a hazard for recreational and commercial boat...

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Launching Way master plan, better for the bay

  Published May 2nd, 2017

Launching Way master plan to deliver better boating on Port Phillip Bay. The Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV) has launched the Launching Way Precinct Master Plan designed...

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Lest We Forget

  Published April 25th, 2017

ANZAC Day – 25 April – is probably Australia's most important national...

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Notice to mariners

  Published April 24th, 2017

Victorian Notice to Mariners The following Notice to Mariners is published for general information. Melbourne, 24 April 2017 Australia – Victoria No. 128(T)...

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Happy Easter

  Published April 13th, 2017

Let us take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter. To everyone, we hope the coming winter boating season is full of good health, together with fun times spent...

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Dredging at Mordialloc to provide safer boating access

  Published April 4th, 2017

Parks Victoria will commence maintenance dredging in and around Mordialloc Creek entrance next week following natural sand build up which has created a hazard for recreational and commercial boat...

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Cyclone Debbie - Club Marine Update

  Published April 3rd, 2017

Created by Club Marine: As Cyclone Debbie crosses the North Queensland coast, our thoughts are with our members and partners in affected areas. Your safety is first...

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New CEO at BIAV

  Published April 2nd, 2017

The Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV) has today announced the appointment of John Temple as its new Chief Executive Officer. Temple, who had been driving the...

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Daylight Savings Ends - Reminder

  Published March 27th, 2017

A reminder to all MARINERS, change your TIDE charts. Daylight Savings Ends on 2 April 2017, so do not forget to move your clock back one hour. Victoria's period of daylight...

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New Jetty At Clifton Springs

  Published March 26th, 2017

Recreational anglers can now safely wet a line from a new jetty at Clifton Springs (Vic) thanks to $250,000 in funding from the Andrews Labor Government’s Target One Million plan.

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Portarlington Safe Harbour Exclusion Zone

  Published March 15th, 2017

In a Notice to Mariners No. 095(T)– 2017 issued at Melbourne on 14 March 2017, mariners are advised of two new Construction Exclusion Zones that have been declared at the Portarlington Safe...

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Boat Names - What's the facination?

  Published March 1st, 2017

As part of our new boat packages, we give the lucky buyers the unique opportunity to 'create' or 'think of' that special name for thier new boat. Afterall, what's a boat without...

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New definition of Port Phillip Heads

  Published February 28th, 2017

The definition of Port Phillip Heads in the Marine Safety Regulations (MSR) has changed. Please make sure you are aware of the new operation rules, particularly that it is...

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Steer clear of ships in the Rip

  Published February 20th, 2017

The Port Phillip Bay Rip is home to a resurgent and vibrant kingfish fishery. It is also one of Australia's most dangerous water bodies. Anchoring in the Rip is extremely dangerous. Penalties...

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New shellfish reef planned

  Published February 15th, 2017

The Victorian Government is restoring shellfish reefs in Port Phillip Bay through a project that aims to improve bay health, juvenile fish habitat and water quality. Minister for...

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King George Whiting

  Published February 10th, 2017

A 58cm King George whiting caught near Swan Island in Port Phillip Bay has been aged at 9 years old, born in the winter of 2007. A King George whiting of this age is very unusual in...

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TOP 10 reasons to buy a boat!

  Published February 6th, 2017

Buying a boat has many perks including being called a number of things such as “boatie, old-salt, mariner or skipper,” so if you are serious about owning a boat, get used to the term...

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Honey, let's sell the BOAT!

  Published February 1st, 2017

Many have said "they knew it was coming" and that it was only "a matter of time" before Darren Finkelstein 'The Boat Guy' released the final book in the very popular...

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Happy Australia Day 2017

  Published January 25th, 2017

Today the 26th of January, we celebrate our National Day, Australia Day in Melbourne and Victoria as the wonderful Victorian state brings you a festive atmosphere with an array of fun activities...

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Prep, Check and Know For a Safe Return

  Published January 22nd, 2017

Prep, Check and Know for a Safe Return is the key message for the start of the boating season as the owners of the 190,000 registered boats get set to enjoy a summer on the water....

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This weekends forecast

  Published January 4th, 2017

For the weekend of: 14-15 January 2017

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Fuel Sales over Christmas + New Year

  Published December 27th, 2016

Did you know we are a preferred supplier of quality fuel to Victorian emergency services? * Water Police * Coast Guard * Transport Safety Victoria

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Merry Christmas

  Published December 24th, 2016

Ho, Ho, Ho...  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Let us take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very merry Christmas with a safe and wonderful New Year. And a...

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Fuel Sales over Christmas & New Year

  Published December 24th, 2016

Open to St Kilda Marina Members & General Public Did you know we are a preferred supplier of quality fuel to Victorian emergency...

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Patterson Lakes Christmas Lights

  Published December 20th, 2016

We did some filming for the Boating Industry Association of Victoria's (BIAV) summer boating campaign; Life's Better...

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Swimming Zones - Have Your Say

  Published December 12th, 2016

Parks Victoria is inviting the public to comment on proposed revisions to existing and planned boating and swimming zones in Port Phillip and Western Port as part of an ongoing review to improve...

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Don't sell your catch

  Published December 3rd, 2016

If you fish recreationally, don’t sell your catch Two fishers from Burnside (Vic) have been arrested for selling fish they caught using a recreational licence. Fisheries...

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Hooray it's Summer

  Published December 1st, 2016

Whatever the time of year, Melbourne is a great destination. Known for having four seasons in one day, our weather can vary from a wet morning to a sunny afternoon and mild...

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Movies By The Bay

  Published October 31st, 2016

Movies By The Bay Good news for us boaties..... Every Sunday in November is Movietime at Wyndham Harbour! - Free...

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Spring Racing Carnival - Go By Boat

  Published October 25th, 2016

The Maribyrnong has been associated with boating for centuries. The local indigenous cultures used the river as a major food source and European settlers enjoyed the Maribyrnong for industry and...

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Club Marine boating app is named as insurance innovation of the year.

  Published October 19th, 2016

The Club Marine app has been recognised with an insurance industry award for innovation at a recent awards ceremony held in Sydney. The app was named as Innovation of the Year at the 2016...

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Get your BOAT & PWC licence

  Published October 15th, 2016

Meet our new Sailing Advisor

  Published October 11th, 2016

St Kilda Boat Sales welcomes Robert Bradley, our new Yacht Sales Advisor, to the team.   Our new location at Wyndham Harbour is suited to yachts, as well as powerboats, and...

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Licence-free fishing day in Victoria

  Published October 6th, 2016

A recreational fishing licence will not be required by anyone in Victoria on Sunday 16 October, which is Gone Fishing Day across the country. Executive Director of Fisheries Victoria,...

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Footy's over - BOATING season starts

  Published September 25th, 2016

When the final siren is sounded from the MCG this coming Saturday afternoon following what looks to be a ripper AFL Grand Final match up between the...

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Daylight savings starts this weekend

  Published September 25th, 2016

Daylight Savings for Victoria 2016/17 Reminder that daylight saving will commence this weekend on...

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Season Opening Event

  Published September 21st, 2016

Celebrate the start of the boating season with us! We’re excited about the launch of the Victorian boating season, and we’d like to invite you and your family to Wyndham...

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Victorian Ports Corporation Melbourne should Manage Victorian Marine Infrastructure

  Published September 20th, 2016

The Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV) has urged the Victorian Government to utilise the expertise of the Victorian Ports Corporation Melbourne to manage marine...

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A tad more shipshape for Werribee Coast Guard

  Published September 14th, 2016

The Werribee Coast Guard boat is back on the water after a $70,000 winter makeover. The boat, which had started to corrode, was taken off-duty three months ago, stripped to its bare...

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WARNING: Stay away from the whales

  Published September 12th, 2016

Some boat and jetski operators are reportedly continuing to come too close to whales at Portland despite authorities warning of harsh penaltiesfor those breaking the law after a...

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8 Stress-Free Tips for Boat Ramp Etiquette

  Published September 5th, 2016

Like me, I bet we all love to watch boats being launched and retrieved at your local boat ramp! This is still one of those activities that attracts much interest both with boat owners and...

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Spring is here

  Published September 1st, 2016

SPRING IS HERE.... and the boating season is only around the corner..... Are you ready? Springtime is the universal call for all boaties to get on the water, some boaties say...

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Coast Guard Geelong needs volunteers

  Published August 31st, 2016

GEELONG’S Volunteer Coast Guard flotilla needs more helpers for the upcoming peak summer period. It averages up to 60 assists a year from its St Helens base but its volunteer...

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Life's better with a boat at the Geelong Festival

  Published August 23rd, 2016

To celebrate the opening of boat season in Victoria and promote boating as a significant recreational lifestyle, a 'Life’s Better With A Boat – Geelong Festival'...

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The Grand Yacht & Powerboat Muster

  Published August 22nd, 2016

The Grand Yacht & Powerboat Muster is on during Fathers Day Weekend, 03 - 04 September. From wineries through to the Werribee Open Range Zoo, there’s so much to see and do...

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Melbourne Regatta & Blessing of the Fleet

  Published August 15th, 2016

Melbourne has been voted the most liveable city in the world on a number of occasions in recent years and it is also one of the few cities that can pin-point the time, date and the people who...

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Port Phillip fishers celebrate bay fishing

  Published August 15th, 2016

Victorian Minister for Agriculture, Jaala Pulford today welcomed key fishing industry representatives and recreational anglers to the first Port Phillip Bay Conference in Altona. The...

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Commuter ferry struggling to stay afloat

  Published August 5th, 2016

The Wyndham Harbour to Docklands ferry may be struggling to stay afloat, but a new Portarlington to Docklands service could be Port Phillip Ferries’ saving grace. Despite cutting...

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Point Cook man banned and fined, again...

  Published August 4th, 2016

A Point Cook (Vic) man has been fined $4,000 and banned from collecting abalone for two years after being convicted for a number of offences relating to the collection of blacklip abalone on...

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Festival Of Sails - To shine for 9 days

  Published July 27th, 2016

The Royal Geelong Yacht Club (RGYC) has just announced new dates for Geelong’s iconic Festival of Sails. The change of date is designed to optimise the benefits of an earlier event,...

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Hazelwood Barra hits 6kg - Move over Darwin

  Published July 26th, 2016

Hazelwood Barra hits 6 kg - Move over Darwin. We have barra down south! A survey of Hazelwood Pondage last week captured 20 stocked barramundi, the biggest of which weighed...

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Boat Handling Lesons

  Published July 25th, 2016

With varying conditions forecast on Port Phillip, does your nervousness and hesitation with the forecast, limit you from getting on the water as much as you would like? Does your 'it's...

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What's in a name? Vessel, Boat, Ship, Yacht

  Published July 18th, 2016

There are many rules of thumb that different people follow to distinguish a boat from a ship (and from a yacht). What is yours? Vessel – The word “vessel” comes from the...

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NYE Fireworks - Berth Bookings NOW OPEN

  Published July 17th, 2016

Melbourne City Marina in Docklands is the premier destination for viewing the New Year's Eve (NYE) fireworks display. The marina proudly boasts one of Australia’s best lounges....

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Port Phillip Bay Fishery Conference

  Published July 9th, 2016

Anglers are invited to a free conference on Friday 12 August at Altona to hear from fisheries experts about the removal of commercial net fishing and the health of key species in Port...

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Etihad Stadium By Boat

  Published June 29th, 2016

This winter, let's do something different. Take your boat and drive with family and friends to the public berths at Docklands, moor the boat, head into...

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How to carry extra fuel and water

  Published June 28th, 2016

Need to fit extra tanks to carry more fuel (or more fresh water) for an extended cruise? Our marine engineer explains how to safely increase tankage aboard any boat. Carrying more fuel...

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Caribbean 2700 LAUNCH at Melbourne Boat Show

  Published June 15th, 2016

Boaties and wanna-be boaties of all ages are about to gather at the Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) for the annual Winter Boat Show.  Held indoors in the...

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Boat Show 2016 - Speaker Line-Up

  Published June 8th, 2016

There's a huge line-up of personalities on the Main Stage at the 2016 Melbourne Boat Show! Dave 'Mossy' Moss - Stage...

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Boat Show 2016 - What To See and Do

  Published June 6th, 2016

Here's a list of what you can expect at the 2016 Melbourne Boat Show, including a huge line-up on the Main Stage. We've got the all new Shimano Fishing Tank, Fishing Guru's and a...

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Marine search and rescue services recognised

  Published June 6th, 2016

The contribution of Victoria's Marine Search and Rescue Services will take centre stage at the Melbourne Boat Show on Friday 17 June 2016. Victoria's Emergency Management...

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Ferry - New Timetable

  Published May 30th, 2016

Police refund fines after Vic flare bungle

  Published May 17th, 2016

AAP reports that almost 2,000 Victorian boat owners with expired flares could be getting refunds after they were mistakenly issued fines instead of a summons to appear in court. The admin...

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Port Phillip Ferries ' Maiden Voyage'

  Published May 16th, 2016

The Port Phillip Ferries 'maiden voyage' from Wyndham Harbour to Docklands took place this morning and Darren Finkelstein 'The Boat Guy' was aboard to file this report. 

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Recreational boater prosecuted

  Published May 2nd, 2016

Maritime Safety Victoria recently prosecuted a recreational boater in the Frankston (Vic) Magistrates Court for acting as a master of a vessel without a marine licence. His licence had expired in...

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Barrumundi heading south to Hazelwood

  Published May 2nd, 2016

Barramundi will be stocked in Gippsland (Vic) for the first time with the first batch of 1600 barramundi into Hazelwood Pondage earlier this week. This is another significant...

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Commuter ferry trial for Melbourne's west to begin in May

  Published April 23rd, 2016

Residents in Melbourne's western suburbs say news of a city passenger ferry trial is welcome, but is no substitute for local jobs. Key points * Eight-week...

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Geelong waterfront safe harbour precinct - RGYC

  Published April 20th, 2016

THE plan for a circular safe harbour on the Geelong waterfront now rests with the Federal Government after the state promised $4 million for the project yesterday. The commitment allowed...

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Minister Opens Wyndham Harbour

  Published April 15th, 2016

Victoria’s newest marina at Wyndham Harbour was officially opened this morning by the current Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas. The marina, situated on the western shores of Port Phillip is...

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Underwater Interactive Sculpture for Port Phillip

  Published April 15th, 2016

An underwater interactive sculpture installation in Port Phillip Bay, featuring life size figures and where divers and snorkelers of all ages will be able to have their photo taken and transmitted...

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Happy Easter

  Published April 11th, 2016

Let us take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter and Chag Sameach to those that celebrate. To everyone, we hope the coming winter boating season is full of...

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Handy Winter Check List

  Published April 8th, 2016

Autumn is the perfect time to start preparing your vessel for overwintering, so that in spring it's pretty much ready to go as soon as you are!  Swish the fuel tank with...

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Wyndham Harbour Marina - Open for business

  Published April 5th, 2016

Developers hold launch events to mark Stage 1 completion. The developers of the $440 million Wyndham Harbour residential and marina development held a series of launch events over the...

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Is your vessel fit for purpose?

  Published April 4th, 2016

Have you ever been tempted to bolt on after-market equipment? Sometimes drilling into your vessel can compromise the watertight integrity of your boat – with deadly consequences...

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Grants aim to get more people fishing

  Published April 1st, 2016

Victorian recreational fishing clubs are now eligible to apply for $2,000 grants to promote membership and update facilities. The ‘Stronger Fishing Clubs’ grants program...

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Don't forget your boat!

  Published March 27th, 2016

Don't you hate it when you dock your six-figure boat in a harbour and then forget all about it for two years? This somehow happened to a well-to-do Norwegian man who moored his...

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TOP 10 Boat Names in USA

  Published March 22nd, 2016

It's an annual tradition that each year BoatUS releases their TOP 10 list of boat names based on people who bought vinyl lettering from them over the previous year.  Big and...

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Lake Eildon Ready for Easter

  Published March 21st, 2016

Lake Eildon, one of Victoria’s largest and most popular inland waterways is telling visitors that it’s ready and rearing to go for the Easter holiday season.   With a...

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TSV Calls For Safe Boating Over Easter

  Published March 15th, 2016

Maritime Safety Victoria (MSV) is cautioning boaters to stay safe on the state’s waterways this Easter weekend. The message comes as MSV figures show that there were 24 reportable...

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Our new office - Opens soon

  Published March 7th, 2016

Over the past 14 years my business partner Andrew Rose and I have been operating from St Kilda Marina and now the time is right to expand our wings to cater for the growing boating community...

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Flare Blamed For Boat Loss

  Published March 6th, 2016

AN accidently discharged flare may have caused a fire at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron, Saturday (20 February), which destroyed three boats and burned a man’s face. CFA crews from...

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Wyndham Harbour - Now Open

  Published February 27th, 2016

It's OPEN - This is grand opening weekend for this grand Marina. Workers have now completed the finishing touches to stage one of the $440 million Wyndham...

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420 Express SUV at Wyndham Harbour opening

  Published February 23rd, 2016

What did International Marine choose to unveil for its 55,555th 

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Industry launches weekend Boating Forecast

  Published February 15th, 2016

Steven Potts, CEO of the Boating Industry Association of Victoria (BIAV), said as part of the BIAV's Life's Better With A Boat program, aimed at increasing participation in boating...

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Float your boat this Valentine’s Day

  Published February 14th, 2016

Traditional Valentine’s Day gift exchanges and romantic appreciation tend to be that of...

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Wyndham Harbour Opening Dates

  Published February 8th, 2016

Attention: BOATIES, YACHTIES and OLD SALTS A grand marina deserves a grand opening.... So the grand opening dates for Wyndham Harbour are now set....

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New Dredge For Gippsland Ports

  Published February 1st, 2016

The Victorian Labor Government has secured the future of Gippsland Lakes with construction starting on Gippsland Ports’ new dredge. Minister for Ports Luke Donnellan said...

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Two busts in a night for fisheries

  Published February 1st, 2016

Fisheries Officers stationed at Altona (Vic) had a busy shift last Thursday night apprehending two men with 174 abalone at Seaholme then two more men in possession of three illegal mesh nets in the...

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Wyndham Harbour close to completion

  Published January 31st, 2016

Workers are putting the finishing touches to stage one of the $440 million Wyndham Harbour marina project. Project director Sonya Miller says the first stage is on track for completion in...

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Movies Under The Stars

  Published January 27th, 2016

Destination Docklands, supported by the City of Melbourne and Mirvac, will again bring the free family-friendly outdoor cinema to Point Park, Yarra's Edge from Thursday, 28 January to...

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The most common causes of boating accidents

  Published January 15th, 2016

We read this terrific article written and published by the good folk at www.TradeBoats.com.au on 21 January 2016 and really wanted to...

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BIAV elects new President

  Published January 11th, 2016

The BIAV is pleased to announce  Irene Hoe as its President, becoming the first female president in the organisation’s 54 year history. Irene Hoe   has been the...

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Wear a lifejacket or suffer the consequences

  Published January 11th, 2016

Maritime Safety Victoria (MSV), a branch of Transport Safety Victoria, launched its summer safety boating program with a direct appeal to boaters to make lifejacket wearing a normal part of every...

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