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Sailing Yacht A – impressive or excessive?

Undoubtedly one of the most talked about yachts over the past few years… Sailing Yacht A has drawn global attention for her unique form, massive size and well-known owner. Built for Russian billionare yacht owner Andrey Melnichenko, the boundary pushing Sailing Yacht A is a natural head turner. Launched in 2015, the vessel is a sail-assisted motor yacht built in Kiel by
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MTB102 - old photo

Brightlingsea past – the MTB 102

MTB (Motor Torpedo Boat) 102 is shown here in Brightlingsea in 1946 is being decommissioned after serving throughout the second world war. (The boat in the foreground is ‘My Orthia’, built by James & Stone of Brightlingsea in 1946). MTB 102 was originally launched in 1937 making her the first MTB of the that era.
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Ric Morgan takes an NC33 to Windemere

One of our good customers, who has bought several boats from us over the years, recently purchased a new NC  33 from stock. These new NC’s are part of Jeanneau’s new fast/low sports cruiser genre with fantastic cockpits. They sleep 4/6 people with two twin berth cabins below deck. As with all our boats this
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Escape to the sun! Prestige 500 Flybridge

Okay, if we said sell up everything over here in the cold and wet (and snowy!) UK and live your life on a luxury motor yacht soaking up the sun on the Costa Del Sol, you might think we are a little mad…but wait, just listen… We have for sale a Prestige 500 Flybridge in
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Honda debut new BF175 to BF250 V6 outboards

#HondaMarine news: This week sees Honda debut new BF175, BF200, BF225 and BF250 V6 outboard motors at the 2018 Miami International Boat Show! Find more information from here: http://bit.ly/HondaV6 As a Honda Marine main dealer we supply, fit and service the entire Honda outboard range http://morganmarine.com/engines/honda-marine/  So we are very excited at this new release and can’t
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Plastic – slowly killing something we love

More than eight million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean each year, yet at best the biggest clean-up organisations deal with just 0.5% of that pollution. Plastic has been found in the stomachs of almost all marine species including fish, birds, whales, dolphins, seals and turtles. This crisis urgently demands innovators, industry and governments to develop systemic solutions that prevent plastic
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Honouring lost seafarers…

Brightlingsea church – honouring lost seafarers for well over two Centuries. Brightlingsea’s connection with the sea is not just illustrated by shipbuilding or sailing. All Saints Church, parts of which date to the 13th century and situated just outside the town contains unique memorials to parishioners who have lost their lives at sea – 213
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Not ‘just’ another satisfied customer

Dear Rick and Steve We would like to say, ‘Thank you’ to you and your team for the help and support you have given us with regards our NC11 – Sansofé – which we bought from you 18 months ago. As with all new boats – especially ones with such extensive specification and complex systems
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An important petition that needs signing!

The Cruising Association’s campaign to make lobster pots more visible by using an obvious marker system is gaining momentum. Recently re-booted, due to problems with the petitions office, the new drive for more signatures and better awareness of the problem has gone into full swing! Take a look at the video for a comprehensive explanation
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Gas safety on-board – a gentle reminder

After a recent conversation with a regular costomer, we felt it was worth asking – when was the last time you had your system inspected by a registered marine gas engineer? The regulators themselves have a life, likewise any rubber hose sections. Placement and storage are important, as well as end use. If you spoke
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