Boating Articles & Press Releases - Wednesday, Nov 22nd 2017

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Storm Rider Yoke Ready For Nsw Lifejacket Regs 3rd November 2010 Storm Rider Yoke Ready For Nsw Lifejacket Regs Australia’s innovator in inflatable lifejackets, PFD Australia, has launched its 2011 Storm Rider range to help NSW boaters meet the new rules which come into force on 1 November.

Australia's Fastest Growing Outdoor Retailer Celebrates Opening Of 75th Store 1st November 2010 As outdoor leisure specialists BCF Boating, Camping and Fishing prepare to open the doors to its 75th Australian store in Tamworth on Saturday 4th December, the company could not be happier with the growth it has experienced in the last five years and the strong connection established with its customers.

Try Sailing Day Attracts Record Number Of Clubs 27th October 2010 Forty one of the top sailing, yachting and skiff clubs in NSW have pledged their support to the annual Try Sailing Day organised by the Boating Industry Association of NSW (BIA).

Shipping Industry Ignored For Too Long, Ports Australia National Conference Told 27th October 2010 Shipping Industry Ignored For Too Long, Ports Australia National Conference Told Speaking at the Ports Australia National Conference at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Hobart, Mr Crumlin also said, “Ports and shipping are the yin and yang of international trade.

Charlotte Harbor Marina Is First Approved Eb5 Development Launched By Charlotte Harbor Regional Cent 23rd October 2010 Charlotte Harbor Marina Is First Approved Eb5 Development Launched By Charlotte Harbor Regional Cent The Charlotte Harbor Marina project has moved into shovel-ready mode after a federal, state and local permitting and development process that has taken place over the past five years.

With Greenpeace Warship Stuck At Sea, Consumer Alliance Urges Ngo To Halt Pro-poverty Agenda 22nd October 2010 With Greenpeace Warship Stuck At Sea, Consumer Alliance Urges Ngo To Halt Pro-poverty Agenda CAGP is urging the Indonesian government to persist in its defiance of Greenpeace's warship until the organization ceases and desists its elitist campaigning that keeps Indonesia's people poor.

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