No stopping Queensland’s superyacht shipyard capacity

PTG's Pacific Marine Base Brisbane

Just days after Rivergate Marina & Shipyard announced a $200m expansion, a further two new developments stand to significantly impact on Queensland’s superyacht shipyard capacity. One of these is a new collaboration involving the Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) for superyachts up to 120m (394ft) and the takeover ...

Just days after Rivergate Marina & Shipyard announced a $200m expansion, a further two new developments stand to significantly impact on Queensland’s superyacht shipyard capacity. One of these is a new collaboration involving the Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) for superyachts up to 120m (394ft) and the takeover of BSE Maritime Solutions by Austal.

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