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PRODUCTS, SERVICES & PEOPLE Clean Marina and Gold Anchor for Wyndham Harbour Bahadir Gökçetekin Bahadir Gökçetekin has joined Karpaz Gate Marina, North Cyprus, as harbour master. A qualified naval architect and marine engineer with extensive experience in boatyard work, technical repair and refit servicing, he is fluent in both his native Turkish and English. A key aspect of his duties is to use his shipyard management skills to continue to establish the Karpaz Gate Marina Boatyard as one of the leading facilities in the eastern Mediterranean. “I greatly admire the way in which Karpaz Gate Marina has opened up this beautiful area of the East Mediterranean to sailors and has so quickly become such a popular and unique homeport and destination,” he said. “I feel very proud to start contributing to the continued growth and enhancement of Karpaz Gate Marina’s status as one of the Mediterranean’s premium marinas.” Jason Stangland PLA, LEED AP Jason Stangland has been appointed to head up SmithGroupJJR’s Waterfront Practice. He takes over the role from Bill Brose, PE, who will continue as a senior waterfront expert with primary focus on advancing project design and construction. Stangland joined the company in 2005 and has nearly 20 years of experience in landscape architecture, urban design, planning and waterfront development. As Waterfront Practice director, he will focus on the needs of the firm’s current clients, strengthen the company’s position as a leading design and engineering firm for waterfront environments, and identify opportunities for expansion. Melbourne’s newest marina, Wyndham Harbour on Port Phillip Bay, has received Marina Industries Association (MIA) Clean Marina and Gold Anchor accreditations. Wyndham Harbour boating facilities include 150 wet berths (10-20m [33- 66ft] and multihull), 24/7 fuel dock, pump-out, security patrols and CCTV, sailing school, members lounge, dining options, boat sales and chandlery. Long term plans are for up to 1,000 boat storage spaces to be provided. MIA chairman, Andrew Chapman, said the marina and the associated bayside community development is a credit to its investors. “Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay is now a more complete destination for boaters Kate Purdie Abell Point Marina in the Whitsundays, Queensland, has appointed Kate Purdie as general manager. She replaces Luke McCaul who is exploring new opportunities in the marine and superyacht sectors. Purdie brings 20 years of management experience to the role, having served as vice president of several multinational media corporations. Her strength is an ability to drive international business, which aligns with Abell Point Marina’s recently amended vision to become a leading international marina. “Abell Point Marina is a paradise within paradise,” she says. “With impeccable facilities, a vibrant atmosphere and world-class customer service in a location of unparalleled natural beauty, the marina is primed to attract a growing base of international clientele. I am proud to be joining Australia’s ‘Marina of the Year’ at such an exciting time.” with Wyndham Harbour filling in the missing part of the jigsaw providing vital marina infrastructure at the northern end of the Bay. Clean Marina and Gold Anchor accreditations were used as part of the development criteria during the marina build.” “Across the Asia Pacific region we are seeing more marina developments using industry driven accreditation guidelines to inform the planning and development of marinas; to meet the market needs and to keep ahead of regulatory requirements,” he added. Goh Thye Hock CMP The Global Marina Institute (GMI) has awarded Goh Thye Hock Certified Marina Professional (CMP) status. He joins the ranks of two other CMPs in Asia but is the first to receive this recognition in the Hong Kong region. Goh Thye Hock has been in senior positions across the marine industry in Asia for over ten years and has been involved in Taiwanese marina development, superyacht charter in China, and sailing and marina management in Singapore. He attended the GMI Intermediate and Advance Marina Management courses held in Australia in 2006 and 2009 respectively. - July/August 2018 55

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