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Marinas19

The event will showcase innovations in new marina and boatyard products and services and tackle some of the big issues and opportunities through presentations and interactive sessions.

Marinas19

Marinas19 will bring together 300 – 400 participants comprising the region’s leading marina and club operators, owners and vendors along with related government agency representatives.

The event will showcase innovations in new marina and boatyard products and services and tackle some of the big issues and opportunities through presentations and interactive sessions.

Presentations, panels and workshops will include future economic, social and leisure trends, future design and options for maximising marina assets, maintenance and marketing, standards; accreditation and benchmarking, risk mitigation, sessions, waterways issues and opportunities, environmental leadership.

The trade exhibition will provide delegates with the most cost effective way to meet face to face with 30+ vendors showcasing the latest products and services specifically for marinas including clubs, boat yards and dry stacks.

BMT's Jeremy Visser presenting: Clearing the turbid waters:

A guide to dredging projectsDredging is as essential to the boating industry as building roads and carparks are to land-based transport; without dredging, our waterways would be inaccessible, our marinas empty of all but the smallest craft, and the commercial and recreational industry virtually non-existent. Despite this, dredging projects can be notoriously complex and ‘murky’, even to experienced practitioners. And this complexity is only increasing with changing community and regulator expectations.

 

 

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