Marine industry newtworking lunch

 

IAIN Murray will be the guest speaker at the Southport Yacht Club marine industry luncheon.
Murray, whose business interests include significant operations in the marine industry in NSW and Queensland is also an America’s Cup, Olympic and World Championship winning yachtsman. He will be giving his overview of the industry and telling of some of his more memorable sailing exploits.
The SYC’s marine industry luncheon is an event where industry professionals get the opportunity to network on the eve of Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, be entertained and enjoy a superb three-course lunch while overlooking the Gold Coast Broadwater.
Comedian Danny McMaster will be providing the laughs, and international yachting commentator and author Rob Mundle will be the MC.
More info at: [email protected]

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