Recently announced motorcycle maker Arc has launched its first model, the Vector, at Milan’s EICMA Motorcycle show today with the company claiming that the Arc Vector is the most advanced electric motorcycle ever brought to market. With a price-tag starting at £90,000, that is about $165,000 AUD, it should be too!
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Initially posted on March 23 2018 on www.worldmaritimenews.com
The Maersk Honam fire from earlier this month serves as a reminder of the importance of cargo insurance, says online freight forwarder iContainers.
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Caravan Industry Association of Australia acknowledged the key points from the Joint Communique issued by the Consumer Affairs Forum attended last week by the Commonwealth, State, Territory and New Zealand Ministers responsible for consumer protection in their relevant jurisdictions.
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The Selection Event to choose the Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup riders for next season is now over for another year after taking place at Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia.
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Following a successful Monaco Yacht Show, Superyacht Australia hosted a number of local superyacht businesses at last week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) in Florida.
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Families, friends, couples and solo travellers all around Australia know all about the amazing caravan and camping experiences available in our great country. Now, data has revealed it’s not just Australians who love caravan and camping trips, with record amounts of international visitors choosing to caravan and camp in Australia.
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Bathurst’s bid to build a new international-standard circuit has taken a step forward with designers starting groundwork design last week.
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Earlier this week the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit hosted the Suzuki Australia Track Day Experience in typical Victorian spring sunshine. And the weather wasn’t the only thing that got the riders excited!
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Wendy Tuck, who this year became the first female skipper to ever win a round the world yacht race, has scooped the pool at this year’s Australian Sailing Awards. Tuck took out the top honour in winning the Female Sailor of the Year as well as bagging the inaugural Offshore Sailor of the Year award for her efforts in leading Sanya Serenity Coast to victory in the Clipper Round the World Race in July.
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Solid cargoes like crushed ore or sand can suddenly turn to liquid… and cause the ship to sink. And the phenomenon happens more frequently than you might think.
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