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Cruise Craft releases R Series bow riders

When the Australian dollar was high, the Australian market was flooded with bow rider imports, literally arriving by the boatload from the US. As the global financial markets have settled, the US imports have slowed to a trickle. But, demand for bow riders continues unabated in Australia. Cruise Craft’s Nathan Nichols said, “We decided the time was right to re-enter …

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Active Trim a must for boaties

“The boat went better without me!” For Lee that’s a key point. Active Trim makes everyone a good boat driver. “The fact is most people don’t trim their boats properly,” he said. “Too much or not enough trim makes your boat ride uncomfortable and not as efficient. “Active Trim is going to pay for itself with the money you’ll save in fuel. …

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Newly designed Stacer Nomad range

IF you’re into fishing and exploring the waterways, the newly designed Stacer Nomad range is perfect for you. There are two brand-new models, the 449 and 469 Stacer Nomad, to add to the extensive line-up of existing models including the 489, 509, 539 and 579. The entire Nomad range now features 4mm bottom sheets and 3mm top sheets, making these …

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Streaker Boats launches new website

STREAKER Boats Australia has gone live with its new website, showcasing the full range of family oriented fibreglass boats. The new website contains all the usual technical data from the manufacturer, together with information on the dealer network. The new Streaker Boats website is also jammed full of relevant content and product information. It is a responsive design site, so the …

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Stacer Ocean Ranger – now tougher than ever

The 619 Ocean Ranger is rated to 200hp with a standard 168-litre fuel tank and 80-litre optional fuel tank. The entire Ocean Ranger Hard Top range now comes standard with trim tabs to help navigate that tricky swell. Stacer’s new Side Deck Water Shield also comes standard on all Ocean Rangers, which allows water to run along the outside of …

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New Mercury 9.9hp TwoStroke outboard the lightest in its class

MERCURY Marine is introducing a new 9.9hp TwoStroke outboard that is the lightest in its class. It’s an ultra-light, compact and portable engine that provides exceptional power. Weighing in from just 26kg, the new 169cc model is not only easier to lift and carry than competitive products, its compact design means it’s simple to handle. An optional push-button electric start model …

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Australian Master Marine extreme use boat trailers

“So we decided to develop a style of trailer that would provide far greater structural reliability, far greater support for the boat it was carrying, better suspension components, improved wheel articulation for traversing rough ground and greater ease of maintenance. “All this was done with the premise of not sacrificing towability in any way.” The result is the AMM Off …

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Double the Savings this September with Honda Marine!

Double the Savings this September with Honda Marine!

LOOKING to grab a ripper double deal on a Honda outboard? Honda is pleased to announce customers can now double their savings with up to a massive $2000 off selected Honda outboards during September 2016! Honda Marine national sales manager Chris New said, “With summer fast approaching, we want all boaters to enjoy the unmatched reliability of a Honda outboard …

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New 40hp and 60hp Mercury SeaPro FourStrokes have arrived

Mercury’s larger Command Thrust gearcase, which creates a bigger footprint in the water and provides more leverage to control the boat, is standard on the new 40hp and 60hp SeaPro models. The Command Thrust’s larger torpedo, combined with a bigger-diameter prop, can lift a heavy boat onto the plane more easily and hold it there at lower speeds without impacting …

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Seqwater promotes safety message at Brisbane Boat Show

Boating safety will be the focus of Seqwater’s display at this year’s Brisbane Boat Show, with a high percentage of drowning deaths in Australia occurring in inland waterways such as dams and lakes. Seqwater, which manages 20 dual purpose water supply and recreation lakes across southeast Queensland, has been working hard to promote boating safety through community education campaigns such as Play it …

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