All Things Boat is an internet based resource for the boating community. Each year, All Things Boat updates their review of the best boat insurance providers. This review provides a quick tutorial on the basics of boat insurance and then reviews a wide range of insurance providers. The list includes insurance companies that cater to small powerboats as well as some international companies that cater to cruisers out traveling the world.
CruiseTec International are an Australian marine wholesale company, based in South East Asia. They are distributors of a specialised range of quality products and services designed for cruising Yachts, Superyachts and offshore passage makers. They are primarily focused on servicing South East Asia and Australia and are confident that with their own experience in blue water cruising, they can offer a personalised service to fellow cruisers.
Their standard lines are as follows; Lithium Marine Batteries. Water Makers. Flat Belt (Serpentine) Pulley Kits. High Output Alternators. Balmar Smart Regulators. Wind Generators. Solar Panels. EPIRB. High Grade Anti Fouling Paint and the latest High Tech Propeller and Propeller Shaft Anti Foul Paints.
The Maritime Injury Center strives to provide expert information on all topics related to maritime accidents and injuries. The team is passionate about helping injured maritime workers and their families get the answers and support they need.
Mark Ainscough has been a practicing Marine Broker since 1999. Working in Fremantle for one of Australia's leading brokerage offices and now operates his own international brokerage.
Their rates for International Cruisers are a lot less than most other brokers and a lot less than their standard fees in Fremantle. The rates take into account that the vessel for sale will be photographed and presented to the qualified buyer's by the owner. Advertising, negotiating and all the contract documents will be done by Master Marine Brokers.
Noonsite aims to provide a one-stop website featuring essential information on all matters of interest to sailors planning an offshore voyage anywhere in the world, whether already underway or still in the preparatory stages
Emergency First Aid at Work. The Level 2 Emergency First Aid At Work course is nationally recognised and meets the requirements outlined by the HSE. The course teaches real lifesaving skills that can be used in and out of the workplace.
By its conclusion candidates will leave with the confidence to help in the event of a sudden illness or accident whilst at work.