The New Zealand marine industry predicted choppy waters ahead when Covid 19 arrived on our shores. It seemed a natural assumption but there was no need for any hard-time bracing; boat sales soared.
Whoever knew that phrases such as turn a blind eye, toe the line, at loggerheads and chock-a-block have origins steeped in seafaring history.
The process of docking a boat is recognised as being a stressful task for some. So here are some tricks and tips to help make it plain sailing.
Ready for the summer boating season? Take a look at these pointers so you can be totally prepared for an excellent boating season.
A day out on the water can bring so much joy, and thankfully those with physical and mental disabilities have a number of ways to participate.