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by Beau Preston on 5 Aug 2013
Michael Owens from the Australia Communications and Media Authority - 2013 Sydney International Boat Show Marine Business World Team
The Australian Communications and Media Authority are making their presence known at this years Sydney International Boat show, highlighting the importance of marine radio procedures.

Michael Owen's shares with us some tips about how to use marine radios and where you should go for more information.

With only 30% of people with a VHF radio having gained an operators certificate, it is apparent that a great portion of boaters are inadequately educated on how to operate their radio.

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