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Volume 22 Issue 2

Ocean Watch
Spots the difference - Driven by a love of the sea and its largest fish, the elusive whale shark, Australian naturalist Brad Norman has created a global photo-ID system which enables others to help conserve these graceful monsters.



Sunseeker Predator 62
Savage 380 Big Boy tinnie
Quicksilver Ocean Runners
Sanlorenzo SL72
Chris-Craft Catalina 23
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39DS
Stacer 669 All-Rounder Centre Cabin
Delphia D40


Contents Volume 22. No.2

First Look

First Look

Doral Mediterra 400
Monterey 220EX and Monterey 330SY
Ocean Alexander 64



Simrad instruments
Outback Marine Desalinators
Shimano Stradic 5000FH Threadline reel
Satflower satellite TV antenna
Quicksilver Boat Care
Turning Point Rascals
Henri Lloyd gear bags
Navman HD Digital Radar
MerCruiser SeaCore
Vic and NSW Tide Tables

Publisher's Page

Lifestyle Support

Club Marine spends more money than any other organisation in sponsorship of marine events around Australia


Hard 'n' Fast

Most Club Marine readers would be surprised to know that the science of anchors and anchoring has largely been funded by the petroleum industry through extensive research and development, because floating oil rigs must be securely anchored to the seabed for years in order to tap into oil deposits beneath the ocean’s floor.