One of the strongest growth sectors in the US, pontoons boats are also on the move in Australia.

Darren Vaux outlines how promoting boating destinations can help to grow the industry.

Two young charter boat operators on Sydney Harbour are bringing a personal touch to the competitive world of pleasure cruises.

Thousands of businesses rely on the Personal Property Securities Register. Are you one of them?

As 2018 draws to a close, we asked a number of industry figures to nominate their highlights of the past year, what they are looking forward to in 2019 and how they’ll be spending the holiday break (if they get one...)

The Warby name is legendary in the world of water speed records. Now a new generation is taking up the challenge of being the fastest on water.

Is it possible for boat ride-share schemes to operate under an AMSA exemption? Marcel Vaarzon-Morel outlines how it might work.

Errol Cain from Australian Marine Wholesale looks at the history of LED lighting on boats.

Contrary to its easy-going image, Australia is more burdened by government regulation than many other countries - and it's time for boaters to do something about it, says Darren Vaux.

Removing commercial operations from Sydney Harbour risks destroying the appeal of this iconic location, writes Brett Bolton.

Enthusiasm and hard work are paying off at this Queensland marine workshop.

Beneteau was everywhere at SIBS 2018, reinforcing its status as the world’s most successful production boat builder.

Daniel Scifleet has a thriving business taking care of the engines on Sydney's luxury cruisers.

It's been a big year for Brunswick Corporation. CEO Mark Schwabero discusses recent developments at the company.

How do marinas calculate boat length for berths and mooring fees? As Daimon Martin explains, it’s all about LOA.