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Mako Eyewear Launches Womens Range

Mako have designed a purpose built range of women specific polarised sunglasses with a fashion focus. The frames are injection moulded TN 90, a warp and heat resistant plastic and offer lightness, strength and durability as well as a classic look

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Quintrexs new blade hull cuts through anything

The Blade Hull is Quintrex’s latest innovative new hull design to hit the market and it’s already making a name for itself as the smoothest, driest ride yet. The Blade Hull which features across most of the new 2013 Quintrex Range has done away with ‘clicker’ style

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GALLERIES

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Hooker Boats 6.7 Metre WRC

The Hooker Boats 6.7mtr WRC is an ideal boat for the family fishers as it provides protection from the elements of weather and caters for overnight fishing. For the kiddies, it is somewhere to hide when they have had enough or for the whole family to have a nap.

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BRANDs

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Arvor Boats

Collins Marine was established in 1978 by Frank Collins. As a keen yachtsman, and at that time, a Renault automotive dealer located in Sydney. It was a natural fit for a person with a marine background and an engineering back ground to get involved in the distribution of marine diesel engines.

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Bass Cat Boats

Bass Cat Boats - We build dreams, it's a family tradition!

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Boston Whaler Fishing Boats

Richard Fisher crafted the first twin-sponson 13-foot Whaler and then did his best to destroy it by driving up rocky rapids and cutting it in half. Turns out it was unsinkable, just like all of our models today. At Whaler, we continue to concept and build peerless designs that meet your diverse and changing needs.

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