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bucket-list 2015BUCKET LIST FISHING ADVENTURE TO PRINCESS CHARLOTTE BAY.

Congratulations to Lindsay Price of Victoria!

Lindsay and his 2 mates Andrew and Peter are off on a bucket list fishing trip of a lifetime to Princess Charlotte Bay with Reel Chase Charters thanks to Abu Garcia, Penn, Ugly Stik, Spiderwire and Stren. 


Lindsay and his 2 mates Peter and Andrew will spend 5 days aboard the luxury Amokura, a 57’ Assegai with 2 x 20ft custom sportfishing vessels in tow. Complete with experienced guides, an onboard chef and the spectacular scenery of the area.

mercuryMERCURY - A BIG SMALL SALE
For a limited time, Australian boat owners can save up to $500 on the best small outboards on the water.
Download a poster here and information here and Mercury Marine here

Ongoing Salmon Expansion Threatens Endangered Whales and Puts Locals Offside

Recreational fishers, yachties, conservationists and locals are alarmed that Tassal is persisting with an expansion of their salmon farms in the D’Entrecasteaux Channel in south-eastern Tasmania when endangered species, native fish, water quality and public access may all be sacrificed in the process.

2015-yamaha-bYamaha announces new F130A four-stroke outboard

Yamaha Motor Australia is extremely pleased to announce the release of the new F130A. This model was unveiled overnight at the Paris Boat Show. The new F130A fills the only remaining gap in Yamaha’s four-stroke engine range and is especially exciting for Australian customers who have been requesting a Yamaha four-stroke engine in this horsepower category for many years.

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Yamaha Announces the End of an Era

Yamaha Motor Australia announces the end of the legendary V4 Saltwater Series 115C and 130B outboard motors in Australia. These trusted outboards have been powering Australian boaters for almost three decades and are well recognised for their performance and have an enviable reputation for reliability and durability forged in one of the harshest saltwater markets in the world. These engines will no longer be part of Yamaha’s range in the Australian market once the remaining units are sold.