AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT SET TO EMBARK ON SOUTH PACIFIC SHORES

superyacht australia logo (721 x 176)The anticipation is mounting as the Australian superyacht contingent prepare to visit Tahiti for an exclusive networking function on Friday, June 28.

Organised by Superyacht Australia in response to demand from superyachts in the South Pacific keen to receive information about Australia’s superyacht capabilities, cruising grounds and resources, the networking function invitations have been extended to all superyacht captains, owners and crew who will be in the South Pacific over this period.

This exclusive opportunity to network and promote Australia’s unique surroundings has attracted a high level of industry support. This support is evidenced by the sponsors of the Tahiti Networking Event which includes Superyacht Australian the Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX), AWL Grip, Cairns Marlin Marina, Cairns Ship Repair and Ancillary Services, City of Melbourne, Marine Engineering Consultants, MTU Detroit Diesel, Rivergate Marina and Shipyard, Superyacht Solutions and Sydney City Marine.

All of Australia’s key regional superyacht clusters will be present including Superyacht Great Barrier Reef, Marine WA, NSW Superyacht Industry Association and Superyachts Queensland.

The networking opportunities will allow the chance for the Australian contingent and guests to mingle at the 9:30am Information Session, to have a laugh with the crew ‘Aussie’ barbeque competition at 4:00pm and to showcase an Australian themed networking function within the evening.

MaryAnne Edwards, CEO of Superyacht Australia said “We see this event as an excellent way to ensure the superyachts in the South Pacific are fully informed about Australia’s excellent cruising grounds, iconic events and high quality facilities for superyachts”

Superyacht Australia continues to ensure that the capabilities of the Australian superyacht sector are promoted and recognised globally and are anticipating nothing short of a successful result at the Tahiti networking function.

For further information visit www.superyacht-australia.com