19 articles found for How to-Safety
Some say the best cure for sea sickness is to lie under a tree. We look at ways to 'ease the quease' when you're on the high seas...
Safe and secure
There's more to anchoring than dropping the pick and hoping for the best - a few simple measures can help your pride and joy stay put at anchor.
The positives and negatives of marine battery care and maintenance.
Fear and loathing at the ramp
Ramp rage is becoming more common as boating infrastructure struggles to cope with record boat numbers. Negotiating boat ramps successfully is all about planning, preparation and patience...
Try before you buy
An effective test drive is essential before you hand over your money for that used trailer boat …
Designing and building a helm that keeps the skipper comfy, safe, informed, relaxed and entertained isn’t easy. But it can dramatically affect the simple enjoyment of driving a boat.
Prepare or repair
As the cyclone season ramps up, Club Marine’s Peter Ryan draws on 30 years of experience to offer some storm preparation tips.
Dress sense – life jackets for all occasions
Marine safety authorities across Australia and New Zealand are introducing new standards and rules for life jackets that will impact almost every boater who takes to the water. Club Marine Magazine cuts through the clutter to explain what the new rules mean and how they will affect your boating lifestyle.
We shine a light on corrosion – the natural enemy of all boats everywhere.