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SEVEN QUEENSLAND – TELEVISION NEWS

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SEVEN QUEENSLAND – TELEVISION NEWS

    Editor: DUANE (LEGEND) Date: 21/4/Y2K Story: OCEAN BOAT PRESENTER: RICHARD BRUINSMA     RB: “It looks almost like a rubber ducky but the body of the OCEAN Boat Series is actually made entirely of aluminium”. MJ: “We do all the machining and rolling and production; everything you see on this boat is actually produced right here in CALOUNDRA”. RB:”The Sunshine Coast based designers of the OCEAN say it can’t be punctured like an inflatable and its unique design using buoyancy chambers...

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SEVEN QUEENSLAND – TELEVISION NEWS

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SEVEN QUEENSLAND – TELEVISION NEWS

    Editor: DANNY Date: 29/10/02 Story: NEW BOAT DESIGN PRESENTER: RICHARD BRUINSMA     RB: “This 5.2 metre aluminium, inflatable is the pride of the new ferry service planned between Caloundra and Brisbane due to start late next month. The vessel’s low draught means it will be able to traverse the Pumicestone Passage stopping at Bribie Island and Redcliffe. The designer says that the boat also has one very enviiable quality” MJ: “It’s also foam filled; closed cell foam filled so its pretty...

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What the papers say…

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The sponson or tubular chines meant maximum water throw down, a dry ride and comfort in virtually all sea conditions because of its conventional deep V bow ( 20 degree). An italic M shaped hull astern – with only the propeller in the water gave the Ocean Craft a cushion of air to plane on. This minimising of drag resulted in incredible fuel economy. Harold Bligh Fish & Boat, August 2002 ” The ride was excellent… remarkable positive buoyancy from the sponsons…” BOAT FISHING April...

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