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Berth boost at BYC

AUSTRALIA: Work has begun on a 113-berth extension at Bellerive Yacht Club (BYC) in Bellerive, Tasmania. The new berth mix allows for vessels of 10-20m (33-66ft), and the project also includes a two-sided 36m (118ft) long fuel dock.

Bellerive Yacht Club (BYC)  in Bellerive, Tasmania.

Bellerive Yacht Club (BYC) in Bellerive, Tasmania.

Bellingham Marine Australia is the lead contractor and Bellingham’s Marc Carney is working with BYC project manager Richard Gilbert. Carney has managed the demolition, piling, marina construction and installation of services.
BYC general manager, Scott Steadman, said the Club is excited about the additional membership opportunities and the extra activity the marina will attract.

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