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Rivergate renews Clean Marina Level 3 accreditation

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Rivergate Marina and Shipyard in Queensland, Australia, has renewed its Clean Marina Level 3 accreditation with a score of 99%. 

According to the Marina Industries Association (MIA) board of directors and the Clean Marina Committee, the independent auditor praised Rivergate for controlling risks associated with a publicly accessible vessel-refueling service, as well as the marina’s attention to emergency preparedness. 

Rivergate Marina and Shipyard in Queensland.

“This clean bill of health is testament to the dedication of Rivergate personnel and our tenants,” stated Tom Hill, Rivergate director. “We are serious about the health of our local environment, as well as having a broader outlook to the oceans and seas globally.”

Rivergate Marina and Shipyard is located close to Brisbane, with access to the mouth of the Brisbane River, and domestic and international airports. A certified Customs and Quarantine Port, the marina facility has 105 deep-water berths that can accommodate boats over 262 feet (80m-plus). All berths have fresh water and shore power (up to 200 amp), with access to wi-fi and onsite amenities, including laundry and a cafe. There is 24-hour security, CCTV and night patrols. The shipyard comprises a hardstand and enclosed sheds serviced by 300- and 75-metric ton travel lifts. 

For more information, visit rivergate.com.au.

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