Neil has been appointed to the association’s new role of General Manager Policy and Advocacy.

After 40-years’ development, Marintec China has become one of the largest and influential exhibitions in the world.

From tomorrow and continuing through the weekend, Queensland’s most comprehensive recreational marine exhibition is at capacity, presenting everything for the boating lover, covering cruising, ski and wakeboarding, kayaking and fishing.

With capabilities to expand, in particular the boat manufacturing which was established in 1927, the total business could be purchased as a going concern or split.

It’s a mobile marine inspection service that provides a comprehensive and detailed report of all aspects of a boat, for buyers and sellers alike, through a systemised approach to the inspection.

While the transition may be slow, there is a real trend to create increasingly cleaner boats based on the model used for land vehicles.

The aim of the workshop is to identify, promote and develop effective and practical biofouling management strategies that will ensure maritime industries can continue to underpin economic development with minimal environmental impact.

Total visitors for 2019 were 60,149, an increase of 396 people across the five days of the show, compared to 2018.

As BRP’s third boat acquisition, Telwater’s addition to the Marine Group is another step in helping BRP to expand into new markets with the objective of transforming the marine industry as it did for powersports.

On display will be well cared-for vessels from designers such as Gérman Frers, Ed Dubois, Norman Wright and Reichel Pugh.

The Oceanmax product line consists of Propspeed, its industry-leading foul-release system for propellers and running gear, as well as its transparent foul-release coating specifically formulated for underwater lights, Lightspeed.

The recent acquisition of three new marina properties (Horizon Shores, Port of Airlie and Martha Cove) brings the d’Albora stable to 10 marinas across the eastern seaboard.

The Venture Group will give Brunswick Boat Group the opportunity to leverage the capabilities and best practices from all key functions of the group.

The applications window will remain open for two months until 24 September.

Together with Stan LeNepveu, Ron was the “Ron” in Ronstan.

Open to anyone who works for a company that utilises the Port of Newcastle, it encourages people employed in the maritime industry to further their education at TAFE NSW and participate in professional development.