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Club Marine TV reaches 1 million viewers

Australian marine insurance provider Club Marine has reached 1 million viewers with its YouTube channel Club Marine TV.

Launched in May 2016, the video channel was established to give Club Marine members a safety and how-to resource. The channel has more than 100 professionally produced videos that cover topics such as launching trailerable boats to docking, anchoring and fishing tips.

On-camera personalities include fishing and boating personality Al McGlashan, boat tester Dominic Wiseman and safety expert Doug King.

“Club Marine TV continues to grow and evolve as we seek to provide an important resource for our members to be able to make the most of their time on the water in comfort and safety,” Simon McLean, Club Marine CEO, said in a statement.

Club Marine TV videos can be viewed here.

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