ALL MARINE PROFESSIONALS WELCOME AT THE NOVA SCOTIA MARINE INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

Nova Scotia Boat Builders

 

Jan 24, 2016

It’s now only a little more than one month away from the Nova Scotia Marine Industry Conference – which takes place 25th-26th February in Halifax – and features national and international speakers addressing topics ranging from yacht design innovations, to attracting young people into the marine industry.

Speakers include:

Robert Allan (workboat and fishing boat designer, Canada)

Nigel Irens (power and sail yacht designer, UK)

Andy Adams (Managing Editor, Boating Industry Canada)

You do not have to be a Nova Scotia Boat Builder’s Association member to attend – all marine industry professionals are welcome. 

Details on all the seminar speakers, topics and related events – plus a Registration form – are on the Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association’s website.

 

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