Rivergate Marina and Shipyard is promoting upgrades and extensions to the facilities and shipyard which is based on the Brisbane River.
Rivergate Alley launches at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in 2011. Rivergate Alley is exhibiting in the Superyacht Pavilion with a range of marine services including Gateway Marine, Goodline Trim, Lex Baddiley Marine Engineers, Millennium Marine AUST (MAA), Seamech and Rivergate Marina and Shipyard. “Rivergate has access to all the contractors and services a boat owner could want – a true one-stop shop,” explained Rivergate’s general manager Steve Fisher. “So what better way to exhibit at the Show with a shipwright, a trimmer, an engineer, a painter, a mechanic and a yard,” he said.
Rivergate Marina and Shipyard is promoting upgrades and extensions to the facilities and shipyard which is based on the Brisbane River. The facility has marina berths plus a shipyard with hardstand and enclosed sheds serviced by 300 and 75 tonne travel lifts. First time exhibitor Gateway Marina has played a role in extensive refits of superyachts Seabreeze and Lion Heart. Goodline Trim will feature a launch of the re-designed pontoon fendering system Super Fender at Sanctuary Cove.
Another first-time Sanctuary Cove exhibitor is Lex Baddiley Marine Engineers whose services include customized propeller and shaft repairs, propspeeding and structural engineering. Millennium Marine AUST has completed seven superyacht repaints in the last 18 months while Seamech is dedicated Volvo Penta, Hamilton Jet, Kohler and Onan mechanics.