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25 Feb 2019

MSA Handy tips

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MSA Handy tips Safety First Slow down. Slower speeds allow better reaction time. If you have trim tabs - use the trim tabs carefully. Too much down tab can force the bow into oncoming waves, while no tabs allow the hull to plane as designed.…

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25 Feb 2019

Periodic Vessel Survey and Compass Adjustment - Fishing Charter Vessel – Think Big

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Operating out of Stony Point (Crib Point), Think Big Fishing Charters have been offering their clients a personalised fishing experience on the waters of Westernport and Port Phillip Bay for more than a decade. MSA recently completed a periodic vessel survey and compass adjustment on…

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15 Feb 2019

MSA surveyor James Nolan gains registration to conduct surveys on commercial Vessels in New Zealand.

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Maritime Survey Australia (MSA) surveyor James Nolan has recently been granted recognition by Maritime New Zealand to conduct surveys on Commercial Vessels in New Zealand. This development will allow MSA to complete plan approval on New Zealand designed and built commercial vessels in order to…

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7 Feb 2019

Periodic Vessel Survey – Fishing Charter Vessel – Barrel Buster

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Operated by Fish On Charters in Carrum, the Fishing Charter Vessel, ‘Barrel Buster’ is a 9.1m custom-built Clayton Gallant, built by Clayton Marine in South Australia. Surveyed under 2D and 2C Survey, she delivers unforgettable fishing experiences chasing Snapper in Port Phillip Bay and Tuna…

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