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Boat Trailer Maintenance
Often overlooked, your trailer is vital to get you to the ramp so you can fish. Al McGlashan shares a few tips to make sure you get there safely.
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Subscribe to Club Marine Magazine and you’ll have a chance to ride away on one of four Sea-Doo GTR 230s. When you’re not out boating or fishing, the next best thing is reading about it in Club Marine Magazine. Delivered to your door every two months, the magazine is filled with features on boating, sailing, cruising, fishing adventures, water safety and much more. Don’t miss out – subscribe to Club Marine Magazine now!
Pardo 38 Sports Boat Review
We take Pardo’s new 38 model for a spin – capable of 45 knots, it combines power, style and beautifully executed day-boating features.
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Riviera 78 Motor Yacht Review
Mark Rothfield is on the Gold Coast aboard the all new Riviera 78 Motor Yacht. It features more space and social areas as well as the key attributes known from Riviera.
Navigating a Lake with Al McGlashan
Navigating lakes is always fun but they are also full of potential dangers that can turn things south. Al McGlashan runs through a few tips to make sure you can navigate safely.
South Stradbroke Island
Unplugged island escapes don't get much better than at South Stradbroke Island, just minutes by boat from the Gold Coast's hustle and bustle.
Jeanneau Yachts 60 Review
Mark Rothfield is on Port Phillip Bay aboard the Jeanneau Yachts 60. The 60 is capable of cruising single or short-handed, whilst also featuring a modern customisable layout.
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Tantalising Tassie

A cruise along Tasmania’s east coast will invariably lead up the Derwent River to Hobart, where a plethora of great food awaits.
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