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  1. natang

    Boat Insurance

    Hey guys my boat insurance is like nearly $400 through NRMA who I have three cars with and boat trailer as well. I think it is a bit expensive but most people I ring is a similar price. I have heard of a company that lets you pay cheaper for the months not in use then higher for when in use but can't remember the name. Has anyone had better offers???? I have been with NRMA for like 10 years with house with ex wife and numerous vehicles so have loyalty rewards or not so rewarding loyalty prices. My boat is a 1997 Haines Hunter 470SF hull with a 2 stroke 90hp on back... always garaged or chained to the container where it is stored.
  2. Drop Bear

    Boat Wanted For Tv Ad.

    Looking for a boat like this sort of size with a white hull for a TV commercial in a few weeks. Any leads or solid boat contacts. Good $$$ If you have a boat something like this (I don't think they are being specific) PM me.
  3. Mark Frost

    Marks Back In The Isa

    Hey fellas, Just got a new old boat. Taken it for shake downs to Moondarra. Nice and flat. No wind 4.3 Quintrex with a 30HP Sea Pro.. Problem Im having is that its a ***** to steer! Wont track nice. Doesnt like to turn at speed. I've removed the Stingray hydrofoils, and plan to take it out on the weekend. Gets on the plane nice, and has reasonable top end. It has the normal hydraulic "tilt" but it does need a rebuild. Holds trim though. Any thoughts? ( I used to drive a 4.5 with a 40 in the Straits, so it appears Ive forgotten more than I thought I knew! ) haha! Mark
  4. Hi, my name is Austin and I am part of a group of 5 Curtin university students looking into some data from boat owners around Western Australia. I have prepared a quick 3 minute survey and it is about general boating use as well as the potential for renewable energies on marine vessels. Any data collected will go directly towards the research into a small scale wave energy converter which we hope to construct in the near future. The link for the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T5TGBB8
  5. demarc

    Boating Books

    While I was reading up on some american boats recently I stumbled across two threads where a person replying quoted a must have book. One was in regards to the inner workings of a boat and the other was for handling a boat. I read a few reviews which were really positive so I took the plunge. The first book is Capmans piloting hand book. This is the book that motivated me to post this thread. Here is some info on it. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chapman_Piloting I am only 20% or so in but what I have read has taught me a lot. I can't rate it enough. The other book I purchased was the Boat Owners Mechanical and Electrical handbook. https://www.amazon.com.au/Boatowners-Mechanical-Electrical-Manual-Essential-ebook/dp/B006QA720O I haven't started this one yet but have high hopes!
  6. Anyone know people or shops in Brisbane that make and weld on after market bow mount brackets/plates to aluminium boats? For Minn Kota, Watersnake, MotorGuide etc.. electric motors. I emailed Holt Marine as their website pictures this, but got no response. May call them later. Are there any others who provide this service in Brisbane? I would prefer a few quotes. Below is the sort of example I would prefer taken from the Internet. Needs paint though! Maybe even info on any bolt on solutions that look professional? My boat is a painted hull and 2014 model so I am not looking for quick and dodgy methods. Here is the front of my stessco. Any recommendations to get an electric motor on the front of this boat would be much appreciated!
  7. kmcrosby78

    2nd Hand Boat Purchase - Fisher CC

    Hey all, I've been patiently keeping an eye out for a second hand centre console and think I may have found what I am after https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/elanora/motorboats-powerboats/fisher-5m-centre-console/1178491013 Will give the bloke a ring tomorrow night and try to arrange to see it and also a water test on the weekend. I'm no mechanic or electrician so chasing some advice regarding the inspection/purchasing process: 1. Not sure when the motor's last service was but it says they've been done annually - would the receipts/logs of these be enough to go by (as far as verifying the motor has no issues) or should I consider paying for a service/inspection if I'm keen on it? 2. Should be a bullet proof hull so I'd imagine even with my lack of hands on knowledge I should be able to tell if there any structural issues and obviously electrolysis. Anything in particular to take note of? 3. I want a raised casting deck and a mounting plate for an electric motor - anyone know someone/somewhere good to get this done and what a very approximate cost for this would be? It will be interesting to see the condition of the trailer in person but it sounds like any immediate issues have been rectified and I've been waiting patiently to get the best hull I can, and the Fisher's have a very good reputation, so as long as the trailer is decent I don't see this as being a deal breaker. Thanks in advance for any help/advice.
  8. reelchippy

    Manta-Craft Boats

    Does anyone know anything about Manta craft tinnies Would love a web site to look at google it got sh*t Cheers
  9. AFO

    south queensland Brisbane Boat Show

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    Brisbane Boat Show Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
  10. afo1

    Highlander Cruises Australia

    Experience the worlds most magnificent harbour in style with Highlander Cruises Australia MV Highlander’s experienced professional crew offers a truly personalised and exclusive service. Years of experience in Sydney Harbour ensure you of an unforgettable experience.
  11. afo1

    Harbourside Events

    For More Details, Please visit our website, Thank You
  12. arbour Days Sailing Experience conducts the ultimate in Harbour cruises. Visitors on-board one of our luxury sailing vessels will experience a day tour which will provide memories for a lifetime. No visit to Sydney is complete without sailing it's unique Harbour and by a stroke of good fortune much of the 160 kilometer shoreline of the Harbour hasn't been engulfed by residential and industrial development, but remains in it's natural state for everyone to see and enjoy. Visitors embark their vessel at the Aquarium Pontoon at the Aquarium Wharf Darling Harbour and the tour begins. By the very nature of the tour catering for an exclusive few a feeling of opulence and knowing that this lifestyle should not be reserved just for the very rich. Cruising up Darling Harbour we shortly turn towards the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, completed in 1932 and is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. The Opera House is upon us and offers the perfect place to take some photographs with such a famous landmark as the backdrop. Continuing our adventure we dodge the ferries leaving and entering Circular Quay and see the Rocks, birthplace of British settlement and where convict labor constructions are easily visible. Continuing past Farm Cove and Mrs. Macquaries Chair on our right and Fort Denison on the left which was constructed on Rock Island originally an area for prisoners where they were left with only bread and water to survive on. Turning towards Rushcutter's Bay hoping to catch a glimpse of a famous resident such as Tom Cruise or Nicole Kidman, we hoist the sails and turn the engine off, depending on the weather and wind conditions we set our course. Sailing past the traditionally wealthy suburbs of Sydney viewing the spectacular private homes at Darling Point, Point Piper and Vaucluse and the national parks of Clarke and Shark Islands, perfect spots to return another day and spread out a picnic. Passing Shark beach and seeing the still maintained nets keeping out any stray sharks from the beach but I assure you that sharks are a rare sight indeed. Past Watsons Bay and the beachside restaurant Doyles, operated by the same family for over 100 years. Next Camp Cove the first place where white people stepped ashore in Sydney in 1788, at the same time view the Gap where on the ocean side the worst ever single tragedy to take place in Sydney occurred on the night of 20 August 1857 when the migrant ship the Dunbar was blown onto the rocks in a gale; 121 people lost their lives and only one survivor remained. A little further up the coast is Lady Bay, Sydney's official nudist beach which regardless of the weather always seems to be someone there. Crossing the Harbour Heads we discuss Sailing to Queensland, Tasmania or across to Japan. We have now been approximately two hours and at 12 noon everyone is looking forward to lunch and the opportunity to cast a fishing line or having a swim. As we enter Spring Cove on North Head we go back in time as little has changed since Captain Phillip was attacked by Aborigines in 1790, now this lovely quiet beach is surrounded by natural bushland, the peaceful atmosphere enhanced by the sound of a small waterfall cascading over rocks or the laughter of a Kookaburra in the trees. While lunch is prepared Bream and Flathead can occasionally be caught so we make sure the cameras are handy to record the event. In the cockpit we settle down to enjoy a delicious lunch of prawns, sushi, chicken, ham, salad, pasta, bread. With a glass of Australian wine and beer relaxation takes over and a desert of fruit and cheese makes it almost impossible to leave at about 1.45pm. After we have studied the map the option of returning to Darling Harbour or the opportunity to disembark at Rushcutter's Bay to view the million dollar boats and a short stroll to Double Bay famous for it's ritzy shops and cosmopolitan atmosphere. When everyone has made their decision we head for home under sail and soaking up the sun and fresh air. Disembarkation is a moving time saying good-bye to new friends with the hope of meeting again in the not-too-distant future.
  13. arbour Days Sailing Experience conducts the ultimate in Harbour cruises. Visitors on-board one of our luxury sailing vessels will experience a day tour which will provide memories for a lifetime. No visit to Sydney is complete without sailing it's unique Harbour and by a stroke of good fortune much of the 160 kilometer shoreline of the Harbour hasn't been engulfed by residential and industrial development, but remains in it's natural state for everyone to see and enjoy. Visitors embark their vessel at the Aquarium Pontoon at the Aquarium Wharf Darling Harbour and the tour begins. By the very nature of the tour catering for an exclusive few a feeling of opulence and knowing that this lifestyle should not be reserved just for the very rich. Cruising up Darling Harbour we shortly turn towards the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, completed in 1932 and is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. The Opera House is upon us and offers the perfect place to take some photographs with such a famous landmark as the backdrop. Continuing our adventure we dodge the ferries leaving and entering Circular Quay and see the Rocks, birthplace of British settlement and where convict labor constructions are easily visible. Continuing past Farm Cove and Mrs. Macquaries Chair on our right and Fort Denison on the left which was constructed on Rock Island originally an area for prisoners where they were left with only bread and water to survive on. Turning towards Rushcutter's Bay hoping to catch a glimpse of a famous resident such as Tom Cruise or Nicole Kidman, we hoist the sails and turn the engine off, depending on the weather and wind conditions we set our course. Sailing past the traditionally wealthy suburbs of Sydney viewing the spectacular private homes at Darling Point, Point Piper and Vaucluse and the national parks of Clarke and Shark Islands, perfect spots to return another day and spread out a picnic. Passing Shark beach and seeing the still maintained nets keeping out any stray sharks from the beach but I assure you that sharks are a rare sight indeed. Past Watsons Bay and the beachside restaurant Doyles, operated by the same family for over 100 years. Next Camp Cove the first place where white people stepped ashore in Sydney in 1788, at the same time view the Gap where on the ocean side the worst ever single tragedy to take place in Sydney occurred on the night of 20 August 1857 when the migrant ship the Dunbar was blown onto the rocks in a gale; 121 people lost their lives and only one survivor remained. A little further up the coast is Lady Bay, Sydney's official nudist beach which regardless of the weather always seems to be someone there. Crossing the Harbour Heads we discuss Sailing to Queensland, Tasmania or across to Japan. We have now been approximately two hours and at 12 noon everyone is looking forward to lunch and the opportunity to cast a fishing line or having a swim. As we enter Spring Cove on North Head we go back in time as little has changed since Captain Phillip was attacked by Aborigines in 1790, now this lovely quiet beach is surrounded by natural bushland, the peaceful atmosphere enhanced by the sound of a small waterfall cascading over rocks or the laughter of a Kookaburra in the trees. While lunch is prepared Bream and Flathead can occasionally be caught so we make sure the cameras are handy to record the event. In the cockpit we settle down to enjoy a delicious lunch of prawns, sushi, chicken, ham, salad, pasta, bread. With a glass of Australian wine and beer relaxation takes over and a desert of fruit and cheese makes it almost impossible to leave at about 1.45pm. After we have studied the map the option of returning to Darling Harbour or the opportunity to disembark at Rushcutter's Bay to view the million dollar boats and a short stroll to Double Bay famous for it's ritzy shops and cosmopolitan atmosphere. When everyone has made their decision we head for home under sail and soaking up the sun and fresh air. Disembarkation is a moving time saying good-bye to new friends with the hope of meeting again in the not-too-distant future.
  14. afo1

    Functions Afloat

    A cruise on Sydney Harbour, there’s nothing better! click 2GB to listen to the happy customer feedback We are known as the Sydney Harbour Rhythmboat and ‘what fun we have’! We have received extremely flattering publicity on Channel 7’s Sydney Weekender and we have had a fantastic article in the Sun Herald featuring our ‘Bingo on the Boat’ concept. Click on the 2GB logo to listen to one happy customer on 2GB’s Open Line. This year we are utilising our boat for day and night trips with the prime motivation to get as many people onto the harbour and give them a great experience with food, beverage and entertainment. We are very conscious of keeping our prices down and if you book with us we guarantee you value for money. We thank all of our previous passengers who continue to support us and we look forward to welcoming you and your group on one of our many cruises we have on offer this year. We are not the biggest cruise company on Sydney Harbour but we go as far as to say we are the ‘most personal’ and that to us is very important.
  15. afo1

    Ena Steam Yacht

    For More Details, Please visit our website, Thank You
  16. afo1

    Emarine Australia

    E Marine Motor Yachts Has Been Established In Australia Since 2006 Our Sole Objective Is To Offer The Australian Boating Community Vessels Of Timeless Style, Quality And Enduring Value With A Level Of Personal Service That Comes From A Passion For Excellence And A Genuine Understanding Of Our Customers. Seeking a product line to fulfil this objective took us to Maine, USA where the boatbuilding industry dates back hundreds of years and has produced builders who are fiercely proud and extremely skilled at their craft. Knowledgeable Australian boaties share a passion for practical, functional vessels that are designed to stand up to the harsh climate and conditions present in coastal and offshore regions. Back Cove Yachts, in Rockland, Maine are at the forefront of the latest technologies in boatbuilding and create exceptional vessels that incorporate traditional good looks and timeless style, with modern practicality, comforts and ease of maintenance. Powered by a single diesel engine with shaft drive, coupled with a standard bow thruster for dockside manoeuvrability, Back Cove initially produced models 26 and 29 feet in length. The enormous success of these models, and the 29 in particular, saw the range expand to include a 33 in 2007, with a fantastic “galley up” layout. An all new 37 was released in 2009 and was the first Back Cove to incorporate state of the art infusion moulding techniques throughout for a virtually flawless fit and finish, a method of construction that has now been incorporated in the entire product line. 2011 brought the introduction of the all-new Back Cove 30, which replaced the 29 and has received numerous accolades and awards from boating experts the world around, including being named Best Weekender by Trade-a-Boat Magazine in Australia. In July 2013, Back Cove launched the awesome new Downeast 37 which features a cockpit that is simply the largest available in a boat her size, bar none. Elegant proportions and fantastic performance are a hallmark of all Back Cove Yachts and in 2015 the all new 41 was released. We are excited to see these majestic vessels cruising Australia wide in the years to come! Based on our success with Back Cove Yachts, we were appointed exclusive dealer for Australia and New Zealand for sister company, Sabre Yachts, representing their exquisite Motor Yacht range from 38 to 66 feet. These magnificent vessels share similar design characteristics and some features with Back Cove, but incorporate twin engines and a higher level of customization. Sabre has a history of boatbuilding and yacht construction excellence under continous operation now for 46 years. Coupling cutting edge design, technology and performance with traditional elegance, Sabre have continued to unveil magnificent new models such as the pod drive 42 and the 48 Salon Express that further confirm why Sabre are widely recognized by knowledgeable yachtsman as one of the finest boat and yacht builders in the world. 2016 has expanded the range again to include the majestic Sabre Dirigo 66. A vessel of uncompromising stature, style and quality. We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and find the information useful and informative. We welcome your inquiry and the opportunity to provide any additional information you may require. Thank you for visiting, we look forward to meeting you and showing you aboard.
  17. afo1

    Emarine Australia

    E Marine Motor Yachts Has Been Established In Australia Since 2006 Our Sole Objective Is To Offer The Australian Boating Community Vessels Of Timeless Style, Quality And Enduring Value With A Level Of Personal Service That Comes From A Passion For Excellence And A Genuine Understanding Of Our Customers. Seeking a product line to fulfil this objective took us to Maine, USA where the boatbuilding industry dates back hundreds of years and has produced builders who are fiercely proud and extremely skilled at their craft. Knowledgeable Australian boaties share a passion for practical, functional vessels that are designed to stand up to the harsh climate and conditions present in coastal and offshore regions. Back Cove Yachts, in Rockland, Maine are at the forefront of the latest technologies in boatbuilding and create exceptional vessels that incorporate traditional good looks and timeless style, with modern practicality, comforts and ease of maintenance. Powered by a single diesel engine with shaft drive, coupled with a standard bow thruster for dockside manoeuvrability, Back Cove initially produced models 26 and 29 feet in length. The enormous success of these models, and the 29 in particular, saw the range expand to include a 33 in 2007, with a fantastic “galley up” layout. An all new 37 was released in 2009 and was the first Back Cove to incorporate state of the art infusion moulding techniques throughout for a virtually flawless fit and finish, a method of construction that has now been incorporated in the entire product line. 2011 brought the introduction of the all-new Back Cove 30, which replaced the 29 and has received numerous accolades and awards from boating experts the world around, including being named Best Weekender by Trade-a-Boat Magazine in Australia. In July 2013, Back Cove launched the awesome new Downeast 37 which features a cockpit that is simply the largest available in a boat her size, bar none. Elegant proportions and fantastic performance are a hallmark of all Back Cove Yachts and in 2015 the all new 41 was released. We are excited to see these majestic vessels cruising Australia wide in the years to come! Based on our success with Back Cove Yachts, we were appointed exclusive dealer for Australia and New Zealand for sister company, Sabre Yachts, representing their exquisite Motor Yacht range from 38 to 66 feet. These magnificent vessels share similar design characteristics and some features with Back Cove, but incorporate twin engines and a higher level of customization. Sabre has a history of boatbuilding and yacht construction excellence under continous operation now for 46 years. Coupling cutting edge design, technology and performance with traditional elegance, Sabre have continued to unveil magnificent new models such as the pod drive 42 and the 48 Salon Express that further confirm why Sabre are widely recognized by knowledgeable yachtsman as one of the finest boat and yacht builders in the world. 2016 has expanded the range again to include the majestic Sabre Dirigo 66. A vessel of uncompromising stature, style and quality. We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and find the information useful and informative. We welcome your inquiry and the opportunity to provide any additional information you may require. Thank you for visiting, we look forward to meeting you and showing you aboard.
  18. afo1

    Eco Boats Hire

    Eco Boats Hire is a family run Sydney business providing visitors an opportunity to explore Sydney's beautiful Middle Harbour on hire boats that are kind to the environment. Our battery powered hire boats are easy to drive (no boat license required) and are whisper quiet so you can truly soak up the tranquility this magnificent Sydney waterway provides. Sail to one of the many secluded beaches and enjoy a refreshing swim. Bring lunch and enjoy a floating picnic that you'll never forget (eskys provided). Invite your family, friends or work colleagues and enjoy a memorable day out on the water. Located just 15 minutes from Sydney's CBD Eco Boats Hire is based at Northbridge Marina on Middle Harbour, Sydney (next to Northbridge Baths).
  19. afo1

    Day by Day Charters

    Day by Day Charters Pty Ltd is situated at Rushcutters Bay, the boating heart of Sydney. For many years we have serviced our clients with the best Sydney Harbour has to offer. Our cruising range is limited only by the time you have available. We offer our guests an experience they won't forget. Talk to us about: Cruising on Sydney Harbour - Sailing Trips - Fishing Trips We have one of the most beautiful harbours at our fingertips. Why not explore it? There is an experienced crew and a chilled bottle waiting for you on board of our exclusive vessels. If you feel like being pampered while you're cruising the water, we can cater for you and your guests with a superb selection of mouth watering dishes.
  20. afo1

    Davis Marina

    Davis Marina was established in 1946 by Steve Davis after he returned from serving in the Royal Australian Air Force. His pre-war boss offered him a job in Broken Hill but this was never going to suit a man with boats on his mind and sea water in his veins. Steve turned the job down and instead established a boat shed on the shores of Sydney Harbour. He chose a quiet and sheltered corner at the base of a steep angophora covered hill near Manly called North Harbour. Today the hill still shelters the marina from southerly busters and provides a haven for boaties while the neighbouring reserve acts as refuge for wild life. With its sandy beaches, clear water and marine life, including visiting penguins, pelicans and seals it has more the feel of a national park than a busy city business. The marinas close proximity to Sydney Heads has seen it become renowned for fishing, sailing and sightseeing. Manly Yacht Club holds twilight yacht races in summer and there are many scheduled events such as the start of Sydney to Hobart Race, one the world’s greatest yacht races. Sydney Harbour hosts the the world’s best fireworks display on New Year’s eve and hosts the nation’s biggest celebrations on Australia Day. But if extravaganzas aren’t your scene you can just have lunch in a bay and land on a sandy beach with the kids for a swim. If the kids have grown up you can potter down to the Fish Markets for lunch or Darling Harbour for dinner. When you berth your boat back at the marina you will find it properly fended, mooring lines already fitted and staff checking to ensure every boat is safely moored. The spinoff is that with uniform black mooring lines and fenders the marina has an enhanced clean and tidy appearance. The Marina has more than fifty swing moorings tucked into the most sheltered corner of the bay. Mooring clients can access their boats using the pick-up and drop-off pontoon, work berth and dinghy pontoon. Boat repairs and maintenance are catered for on two slipways. Davis Marina’s sub tenant, Sailor Marine Engineering, operates the slipway and provides mechanical and shipwright services. They are agents for Volvo and Mercruiser. It’s not hard to understand why this special little corner of Sydney Harbour under the steep tree clad hill is so popular. At Davis Marina we are always working hard to make sure our clients have a fantastic summer of boating.
  21. afo1

    Davis Marina

    Davis Marina was established in 1946 by Steve Davis after he returned from serving in the Royal Australian Air Force. His pre-war boss offered him a job in Broken Hill but this was never going to suit a man with boats on his mind and sea water in his veins. Steve turned the job down and instead established a boat shed on the shores of Sydney Harbour. He chose a quiet and sheltered corner at the base of a steep angophora covered hill near Manly called North Harbour. Today the hill still shelters the marina from southerly busters and provides a haven for boaties while the neighbouring reserve acts as refuge for wild life. With its sandy beaches, clear water and marine life, including visiting penguins, pelicans and seals it has more the feel of a national park than a busy city business. The marinas close proximity to Sydney Heads has seen it become renowned for fishing, sailing and sightseeing. Manly Yacht Club holds twilight yacht races in summer and there are many scheduled events such as the start of Sydney to Hobart Race, one the world’s greatest yacht races. Sydney Harbour hosts the the world’s best fireworks display on New Year’s eve and hosts the nation’s biggest celebrations on Australia Day. But if extravaganzas aren’t your scene you can just have lunch in a bay and land on a sandy beach with the kids for a swim. If the kids have grown up you can potter down to the Fish Markets for lunch or Darling Harbour for dinner. When you berth your boat back at the marina you will find it properly fended, mooring lines already fitted and staff checking to ensure every boat is safely moored. The spinoff is that with uniform black mooring lines and fenders the marina has an enhanced clean and tidy appearance. The Marina has more than fifty swing moorings tucked into the most sheltered corner of the bay. Mooring clients can access their boats using the pick-up and drop-off pontoon, work berth and dinghy pontoon. Boat repairs and maintenance are catered for on two slipways. Davis Marina’s sub tenant, Sailor Marine Engineering, operates the slipway and provides mechanical and shipwright services. They are agents for Volvo and Mercruiser. It’s not hard to understand why this special little corner of Sydney Harbour under the steep tree clad hill is so popular. At Davis Marina we are always working hard to make sure our clients have a fantastic summer of boating.
  22. afo1

    Riviera Sales Sydney

    For More Details, Please visit our website, Thank You
  23. phone no: 0408 016 793
  24. afo1

    Crossway College

    phone no: 07 3870 8355
  25. phones no: 1800 473 268