In this blog, John Hogan discusses the innovation and advancement of marinas and specifically marina fingers, which ensure a safer environment for boats when mooring.
In this weeks blog, John Hogan discusses the advancement of materials used in the marine industry and how they can benefit your berthing design.
In this weeks blog, John discusses the exciting water front developments progressing throughout Asia, and how Australia can benefit from being at the forefront of this growing industry.
1 The ObviousEnsure there is sufficient depth of water at all tides in an environment that is without waves or swell. In fact if there is wave action in excess of 300mm the location is most unsuitable for the permanent berth.2 The LimitTo ensure the vessel is well secured a berth such as a fixed […]
Last week I attended the ICOMIA conference which is the peak body for all marina associations worldwide. This group allows for the exchange of the best practices ideas and the networking that allows commerce to thrive. There are also education courses and Claudio Schettino was awarded his CMM at the conference. We also were able […]
This week CEO John Hogan talks about Superior’s capabilities in marina construction through to 3D drawing and more.
This week I have been in the Whitsundays and living on board while participating in some of the events that are focused around boating
Superior received an award at the Australian Marine Export & Superyacht Industry Awards held the week of the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show. It was an honour to receive an award for our achievements offshore.
Last week Superior sponsored and attended the Marine13 conference in Sydney with attendance in excess of 450 people. The group was comprised of marinas, boating industry businesses and boating safety professionals.
Last weekend’s Boyne Tannum Hookup took place in glorious weather with almost 30,000 people attending the popular fishing competition on Queensland’s Curtis Coast near Gladstone