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Do a CBE VHF Course and win a VHF Do a CBE VHF Course and win a VHFYour chance to win an Icom M25 EURO when you do a Coastguard Boating Education's VHF courseIn conjunction with RWB Communications, Coastguard Boating Education offers you the chance to win an Icom M25 EURO when you do a Maritime VHF Radio Operator Certificate course. Sign up here. by Coastguard Boating Education Posted 15 Aug 17:24 NZST Yamaha announces 2019 WaveRunner range Yamaha announces 2019 WaveRunner rangeYamaha Motor New Zealand has announced the release of their 2019 WaveRunner line-upYamaha Motor New Zealand has announced the release of their 2019 WaveRunner line-up, which sees exciting new model additions, existing model upgrades, and new colour and styling options.by Peter Dick, Yamaha NZ Posted 15 Aug 17:13 NZST Hella's "no-glare" Sea Hawk XL Dual Colour option Hella's "no-glare" Sea Hawk XL Dual Colour optionVideo from Hella shows how to achieve ‘non-glare' night vision preservation with red lighting barProfessional sports fisherman, commercial operators, and ocean racers all recognise the ‘non-glare' night vision preservation advantages of red lighting. Railed Sportsfishing's Josh Western explains how the Sea Hawk-XL Dual Colour can work for you. by Duncan Stirling Posted 7 Aug 15:47 NZST NZ report has common factors with other incidents NZ report has common factors with other incidentsDouble death investigation exposes common factors with several other deaths and two near-missesMaritime New Zealand's release of its report after an investigation into a double fatality aboard the 20metre yacht Platino, shows several similarities with several other deaths and a couple of near-misses over the past two years in ocean races. by Richard Gladwell Posted 29 Jul 01:19 NZST Report findings on Platino double death Report findings on Platino double deathMaritime NZ makes changes following an inquiry into the double death aboard SV PlatinoMaritime NZ is making changes to safety requirements for recreational vessels leaving New Zealand. The changes come from recommendations in a detailed report into a fatal accident in which two crew members of the yacht Platino died on 13 June 2016.by Maritime New Zealand Posted 26 Jul 13:29 NZST C-Tech installs new 5-Axis CNC Router C-Tech installs new 5-Axis CNC RouterC-Tech's new 5 Axis CNC Router can shape tooling through to the final fitted-out componentC-Tech is always looking to grow capabilities and stay at the cutting edge of technology delivering premium products to its customers. They have recently added a new 5-Axis CNC Router to complement their extensive range of composite engineering facilitiesby Chris Kitchen, C-Tech Posted 23 Jul 20:49 NZST Diver unable to work for 12 months after hit Diver unable to work for 12 months after hitA rookie RIB driver has been ordered to pay $17,500 in reparations for hiting diver - no fine.An Auckland boatie, Carl Allan Whiteman, has been ordered to pay $17,500 in reparation after seriously injuring a diver who he ran over in the water. Mr Whiteman pleaded guilty to one charge under the Maritime Transport Act of causing unnecessary dangeby Maritime New Zealand Posted 23 Jul 15:13 NZST High Court finds in favour of Sealegs Intl High Court finds in favour of Sealegs IntlHigh Court finds that there had been "a substantial copy and reproduction" of Sealegs designSealegs International has won an important decision in New Zealand's High Court against two competitor companies and five individuals. It was held by the Court that there had been "a substantial copy and reproduction of the Sealegs amphibious leg pattern"by Sealegs Intl Media Posted 16 Jul 09:55 NZST YNZ launch wide-ranging environmental strategy YNZ launch wide-ranging environmental strategyYachting NZ has launched a wide-ranging environmental strategy they hope will prompt real changeYachting NZ has targeted five key areas in their strategy: clean yacht clubs, a strong network of organisations who work together, lowering the impact events have on the environment, a focus on technology and greater education and awareness.by Yachting New Zealand Posted 11 Jul 22:26 NZST Rayglass expand Protector sales team for Cup Rayglass expand Protector sales team for CupTop RIB manufacturer Rayglass expand their Protector RIB sales team ahead of the 36th America's CupIncreasing demand and the build-up to the America's Cup in Auckland in 2021 has seen top New Zealand GRP boat manufacturer Rayglass Boats add Matt Flanagan and Stevie West to their highly respected sales team. by Mike Rose Posted 5 Jul 11:57 NZST Multipurpose Sealegs proving ideal for Pacific Is. Multipurpose Sealegs proving ideal for Pacific Is.Sealegs are introduced to Fiji to provide disaster and remote community supportSealegs amphibious RIBs are part of a new response to being able to provide aid and damage assessment in the Pacific following the increased severity of storms and their devastation.by Fiji Times/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 3 Jul 10:47 NZST GAC Pindar gets behind Golden Globe Race GAC Pindar gets behind Golden Globe RaceGAC Pindar ready to swing into action and provide logistics services anywhere in the world if neededFresh from the successful conclusion of the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18, GAC Pindar is ready for its next challenge as the official logistics provider for the Golden Globe Race which sets off on Sunday (1 July) from Les Sables d'Olonnes in France.by GAC Pindar Media Posted 30 Jun 22:47 NZST Report on Kaipara Bar sinking and eight deaths Report on Kaipara Bar sinking and eight deathsBoat capsized on second attempt to cross bar - only three of 11 wearing lifejacketsThe sinking of the Francie, provides a tragic illustration of the importance of lifejackets and the crucial decisions a skipper has to make. Maritime NZ Director, Keith Manch, said seven passengers and the skipper drowned when Francie sank.by Maritime NZ Posted 29 Jun 12:17 NZST Zhik's first foray in Volvo OR is a winning one Zhik's first foray in Volvo OR is a winning oneDongfeng Race Team was one of two teams that chose Zhik for the 2017/18 Volvo Ocean RaceDongfeng Race Team was one of two teams that chose Zhik for the 2017/18 Volvo Ocean Race. They became the first ever Chinese backed team to become Volvo Ocean Race champions this morning at 2am NZ time!by Zhik NZ Posted 25 Jun 10:55 NZST
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