For 30 years Superior has been providing high quality flotation and industrial products to a variety of industries throughout Australia and internationally. To review the last 30 years, we have decided to gather a few images that reflect the pursuit of personalised customer service, industry leading innovation and ‘turnkey’ products and services. We have always […]
In this weeks blog, John Hogan discusses the advancement of materials used in the marine industry and how they can benefit your berthing design.
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 […]
Superior has created a Water front Mini series about all the things you need to know when purchasing a water front property and the things to look out for. This week CEO John Hogan talks about property boundaries and how they reflect the vessel size that can be parked on that property. Also explained is […]
Superior has created a Water front Mini series about all the things you need to know when purchasing a water front property and the things to look out for. This week CEO John Hogan talks about dredging and the impacts it can have on your vessel and pontoon.
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.
Many marina owners are faced with the challenge of how to determine the fair cost of a major capital investment such as a new floating marina. The actual product is a combination of structural and civil engineering, geotechnical and environmental considerations along with complex social issues throughout the increasingly detailed approval processes
A highlight last week was my visit to Patterson Lakes a short drive down the Mornington Penninsula from Melbourne. This wide expanse of canals is under the management of Melbourne Water and they have Fulton Hogan as the Project Managers to deliver the largest infrastructure upgrade in the past 20 years. Each structure in the […]
Last Friday in bright sunshine and on a windless day in Portland, Victoria, a new chapter was heralded in the area’s long maritime history. It was a day when dreams came true for many people that have envisioned a better way to interact with the sea which is so important to this community.