Boating Videos

The South Passage

The South Passage, a Tripcony built Moreton Bay Cruiser with a storied past. Royalty free music by

Andrew Christie

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Wooden Boat Lunacy

it takes a lot of money, but there is something very satisfying about restoring a classic wooden boat. This is the story of Folly III, a 33 foot timber cruiser in the style of a Lake Union Dream Boat built by W Holmes & Co in Sydney, circa 1920 and restored last year at Tripcony Slipway in Breakfast Creek in Qld.

Revolution Power Litihum Batteries

This video shows the Revolution Power Solution lithium battery and charging set up in John Haenke from Guided Fishing Down Under's new boat

Creek Boats

Once a site of a bustling boat building industry where life revolved around the boatshed, Norman Creek, which runs into the Brisbane river now shelters only a handful of timber boats in varying stages of disrepair. Few remain who remember the traditional charm and values of timber boats or those who crafted them on the banks of the creek

Tips on Anchoring: Peter Jenyns

Handy tips on anchoring by Peter Jenyns from Professional Boat Care

Boating to Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island

Boating to Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia. Information on routes to take, possible hazards, where to anchor and suggestions on what to do while there. Link to book Banksia Villa 534 - Link to Kingfisher Bay Resort Barges -

Boating to Pelican Bank, Hervey Bay

Boating to Pelican Bank, Hervey Bay in Queensland, Australia. This video is full of information on where to launch your boat, how to reach Pelican Bank and what to do once you are there.

Crossing Coastal Bars Safely

This video from the Australian Boating College on how to cross a coastal bar safely is worth watching and could save your life.

IALA Buoyage System

This is a handy video for those just starting out boating. It explains the different beacons and buoys you need to know about and understand for safe boating.

Collision Regulations

Knowing the rules to avoid collisions on the water is extremely important. This video from Maritime Safety Qld simply explains them.

Vessel Lights & Shapes

If you go boating at night, you need to be familiar with the lights vessels display, including your own ... and you need to understand the shapes they display during the day which indicate their status.