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Bodendieck. Hinnerk Bodendieck.

OK. You’re right. It might not roll off your tongue as smartly as 007’s, but Hinnerk is nearly as famous. Well, certainly in the art world anyway. So right there is the key to all of this, for ever since the global superyacht...

 

Sail Port Stephens 2019

The 12th annual Sail Port Stephens regatta, proudly sponsored once again by Pantaenius Sail and Motor Yacht Insurance, promises an unforgettable sailing holiday experience for everything from IRC, Super 12 and Farr 40 yachts to...

 

Using everything to fight leaks

Whether as the result of a collision, grounding, material failure, a loose screw or simply your own negligence – if water is coming into the vessel, haste is required. And almost any item can be used to plug the leak, or at least...

 

Preventing water ingress

It is often the little things that make all the difference. The proper care and regular monitoring of important components not only contributes to maintaining the value of a motor boat or sailing vessel, but also prevents major...

 

Preparing for the storm season

Regardless of where you live you can expect to be hit with severe weather once in a while. Whether it’s some wilder winds hitting the region or a highly destructive cyclone, the following methods are a must for storm protection....

 
Cover me closely

Cover me closely

So much of your life is tied up in your vessel and hence your insurance is a major consideration. Sure the premium is important, however it is the type of cover and possibly even more importantly, the claims procedure that...

 
Hold fast

Hold fast

You would not leave your vehicle in a car park with the windows down, the keys in the ignition, and full tank of fuel on board. Rain or vandals could damage it, let alone stolen, and then go on to cause all sorts of additional...

 

Prevention - On a collision course

Relatively small collision claims are generally the order of the day at Pantaenius. There is often contact between yachts in particular when manoeuvring in and out of berths in marinas, but fortunately this usually only results...

 
Interview with Jackie Parry

Interview with Jackie Parry

We caught up with Jackie Parry, navigation advocate, sitting at a small desk in a building site caravan working frantically on marine navigation, in rural NSW.

 

Jackie, with her business partner Shelley Wright (founder of Women...

 

We are moving

We`re off! Yes. We would love to be casting off our lines, and embarking on a grand world voyage like a lot of you. However, our jaunt from July 9, 2018, is just a little trip up the road from The Spit in Mosman, to Warriewood on...

 

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