Issue 8

March 2017


Welcome to the March edition of Docklines. 

It feels like we've sailed into Autumn suddenly, and I'm hoping that all the rain we've been having hasn't kept you from the boat and the water too often. 

Someone who's really up against the weather is Lisa Blair. D'ALBORA Marinas are proud to be sponsoring this amazing woman as she solo cicrumnavigates Antartica. We've been reading her updates daily and well, its crazy yet inspiring to say the least. 

If that makes you feel like getting from behind your desk, there's plenty of adventure and sailing at Nelson Bay this month, starting with Women who Sail at the Bay on the weekend and Sail Port Stephens beginning on this Sunday, 2 April. 

A bit of a belated welcome and introduction to our new Marina Managers Juanita and Domenico who are based at Rushcutters Bay and Cabarita Point respectively. 

We look forward to seeing you around the marinas. 

Brett Bolton 


Lisa Blair conquering the Oceans

On publishing, Lisa has been on her record-breaking journey to circumnavigate Antartica solo for XX days, collecting milestones as she goes. 



D'ALBORA Marinas boards Super Yacht My Way

Simon and Skye from D'ALBORA Marinas were lucky enough to speak with skipper of super yacht My Way when it was berthed at The Spit, Mosman.


Domenico Guiffre

Cabarita Point welcomes new Marina Manager

Domenico Guiffre brings with a wealth of experience having managed Porto Delle Folie Marina in Italy, as well as various management roles within the hospitality industry.

Juanita Erskine

New Marina Manager for Rushcutters Bay

Juanita Erskine was appointed in December and brings a wealth of experience from the Tasman marina - Hope Harbour and Runaway Bay Marina on the Gold Coast.




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