Porto Montenegro, the award-winning marina on the Bay of Kotor in the central Mediterranean, has teamed up with the Seabin Project to educate people and prevent waterborne rubbish ruining its environment.
Garmin has introduced its latest GPSMAP touchscreen units, packed with exceptional sonar and chart-plotting features that can be personalised for each and every boating requirement.
Two more marinas have been accredited ‘Fish Friendly’ by the MIA, recognised for their environmental practices and dedication to improving marine life habitats.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie has left a path of destruction along the coastline of Queensland, from Bowen and Hamilton Island to northern NSW.
In the wake of category 4 Tropical Cyclone Debbie, Abell Point and the Whitsundays region are assessing the damage and cleaning up, forecasting a busy cruising season ahead.
The M100 and M200 compact thermal cameras from Raymarine use cutting edge artificial intelligence to guarantee the highest level of safety.
Captain Paul Brackley, fresh from cruising the world’s oceans, tells us how he rose through the ranks to captain superyacht Ambrosia III.
When deciding on your next holiday location, why commit to a static bedroom when you could have your view changed daily.
Gavin Bladen is skipper on the 145-foot Hemisphere, the largest privately owned sailing catamaran in the world. Here, he speaks about his illustrious career.
Despite ominous skies and some rain, the three day event, rescheduled to mid-March, attracted 23,000 visitors and yielded excellent sales for exhibitors.
The BIA is thrilled to announce the keynote speakers and the ICC Sydney, Australia’s newest event precinct as the venue for Marine17, 30 July to 1 August.
Luxury charter cat, Coast provides front row seats, in total comfort, to bathe in the light show that is the 2017 Vivid Festival.
The seventh edition of the Singapore Yacht Show, 6 to 9 April, will thrill visitors with a vast array of yachts on water, fashion, luxury lifestyle, cuisine and more.
The 47th edition of the biannual offshore race sold out in record time with an unprecedented fleet size.
Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct is an $11.4 million project that will make this waterfront destination a thriving boat building and refit hub on the Bay of Plenty.
Rivergate Marina & Shipyard has taken sponsorship of the 2017 Most Innovative Marine Industry Commercial Product or Service Award in the Australian Marine Export & Superyacht Awards.