Developing an Inland Waterways System through partnerships with the Government and private industry

When I acquired Braunston Marina, it was to seek a quite life. I never suspected that I would be drawn into our excellent marina trade association – The Yacht Harbour Association, which represents the marina trade, both coastal and inland. Nor that step by step, I should find myself more and more involved in the…

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When I acquired Braunston Marina, it was to seek a quite life. I never suspected that I would be drawn into our excellent marina trade association – The Yacht Harbour Association, which represents the marina trade, both coastal and inland. Nor that step by step, I should find myself more and more involved in the many pressing issues facing our industry – first on its committee, and then of late, as joint Vice-Chairman with responsibility for our inland waterways, and our 85 members who operate marinas on them. And that coming out of all of this, I should find myself once again on airplanes and about as far on the other side of world as it is possible to get from Braunston, and to boot addressing the World Marina Conference. It is a surprising, humbling and great honour indeed.

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