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Club Marine Boat Test - Merry Fisher 895
Club Marine contributor John Willis is testing the Merry Fisher 895, built by one of the largest boat builders in the world, Jeanneau. It's got an amazing field of vision complimented by an excellent walkaround cabin. Inside it feels like an apartment with a whole bathroom, hot shower and ample storage. This model is fitted with a ripper pair of 200HP Mercury outboards fitted by JV Marine.
Club Marine Trailer Trips - RAM 2500 Laramie
Club Marine editor Chris Beattie tests out the RAM 2500 Laramie. He reckons there’s better place to test it than in Gladstone – the heavy equipment capital of Queensland. Chris says it's a fantastic tow rig, designed to tow big boats. In this case it's the Haines Signature 788SF. The Laramie features a 6.7L turbo-diesel and almost 1100NM of torque.
Feature Article

The human factor

Threats to boating safety come in many guises, with human factors possibly the greatest culprits.
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