Good Monday morning customers and friends
It's all new at Spinnaker Sound. The last 20 months have been about renewal - new branding, new pontoons, new pedestals, new forklift, new team members, new signage, new customers, new restaurant, new boardwalk, new philosophy and all of that. OK, there's still quite a bit of old stuff, but let's overlook that for now.
But running with the 'new' theme for a moment....
There's been changes in the Spinnaker Sound team.
Clan Corrie is establishing a Spinnaker Sound dynasty, with Joel Corrie joining his father Rob within the Operations & Maintenance team. Eager to take it up to his dad, Joel is equally adept at driving a forklift, a boat and a computer, and will be a regular on weekends. Welcome Joel!
Travis Murray has donned the white collar - congratulations Travis - but will remain with us on a casual basis.
fter many years with Spinnaker Sound, Denise Perkins has left us to pursue other opportunities. I sincerely thank Denise for her service to the marina. Leonie Ethell, who has been with us since late last year, will assume Denise's responsibilities. Leonie's email is firstname.lastname@example.org (although Denise's email will remain operational).
NEW BERTH NUMBERS
The 1 to 172 wet berth numbering system (hang on, we only have 150 berths?) has been retired and replaced with a more logical and navigable system. Our rows are now numbered A (Bribie Island Road end) through H (marina entrance end) with berth numbers ascending outwards along the marina walkways. The new berth numbers have been marked on the finger ends.
Finally, we are in the process of installing flash new marina management software which will, amongst other things, improve our administration and customer service.
But alas, given the quantity of old data to migrate to the new systems and my general poor aptitude for IT, there is a transitionary period which may result in invoices and other communications being delayed. We apologise for any inconvenience.