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Proposed temporary fishery closure East Coromandel Proposed temporary fishery closure East Coromandel To prohibit the harvest of tipa (scallops) Fisheries New Zealand invites written submissions in response to the request from anyone who has an interest in the species concerned or in the effects of fishing in the area concerned. by MPI NZ Posted 8 May 15:49 NZST Cruise with confidence with Doyle Sails Cruise with confidence with Doyle Sails Doyle Sails is the sailmaker of choice for many cruising catamarans and performance multihulls Doyle Sails is the sailmaker of choice for many cruising catamarans and numerous performance multihulls worldwide, continuing to lead the fleet when it comes to reliable, durable, and easy-to-handle cruising sails. by Doyle Sails NZ Posted 2 May 12:08 NZST Doyle Sails: Stratis 600 affordable cruising sails Doyle Sails: Stratis 600 affordable cruising sails Doyle Sails have a range of options to suit all aspects of cruising that are durable, easy to handle Designed as the ultimate cruising solution. Stratis 600 now delivers affordable sails with increased durability and features to yachts from 15 to 200 feet. Doyle's promise to the cruising sailor has been to make sailing easier and more enjoyable by Doyle Sails Posted 22 Apr 14:43 NZST Mackay Boats acquire designer rights on VX range Mackay Boats acquire designer rights on VX range Mackay Boats' goal is to continue supporting the exciting VX range of boats including VX Two Mackay Boats have announced they acquired the IP [Intellectual Property] rights to the VX range of boats from Bennett Yachting, in March 2024. Both companies have worked closely over the last decade along with Ovington Boats on the VX ONE and VX EVO by Mackay Boats Posted 28 Mar 21:21 NZDT Industry faces challenges at Auckland Boat Show Industry faces challenges at Auckland Boat Show Expanded Auckland Boat Show shows 180 trailer boats and RIBS with a further 130 large boats The Auckland Boat Show has wrapped up for 2024 and, in an industry facing challenges, New Zealand companies have risen to the challenge and kept selling boats while Mayor Wayne Brown, himself a boat-owner, added his support. by Isla McKechnie Posted 20 Mar 01:50 NZDT Auckland Boat Show bounces back Auckland Boat Show bounces back A fine day drew a pre-COVID sized crowd to the Auckland Boat Show's marinas and exhibition halls Despite a backdrop of economic uncertainty, boating fans poured into the Auckland Boat Show on a fine warm, sunny late-Summer day - keen to decide on where to spend their spare dollars if not now, then when the economic recovery kicks in. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 16 Mar 23:14 NZDT Auckland Boat Show sets records Auckland Boat Show sets records The Auckland Boat Show started Thursday with a record number of yachts on their New Zealand debut The 2024 Auckland Boat Show has displayed a record number of boats newly released in the New Zealand market. Filling Auckland's Jellicoe Harbour and Viaduct Events Centre as it started today, the show has over 250 boats on display. by Isla McKechnie Posted 15 Mar 01:44 NZDT Live Ocean responds to Caulerpa invasion Live Ocean responds to Caulerpa invasion Live Ocean seeks financial support for an underwater pilot project for early Caulerpa detection Live Ocean Foundation is getting behind an underwater ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle) pilot project for early detection and surveillance to exotic Caulerpa - an invasive species of weed fast taking over the sea bed in the Hauraki Gulf and Bay of Islands. by Live Ocean Posted 12 Mar 19:06 NZDT
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