The Cornwall Marine Conference 2017
Thursday, 23rd November 2017 - National Maritime Museum, Cornwall
A big thank you to everyone that attended this year's Cornwall Marine Conference. Please click the link below to view images from this year's event. The event video is to follow shortly!
"Successful Risk Taking"
You are invited to an evening focused on confronting risk in business,
and aimed at forward-thinking businesses in the marine sector.
WHENThursday, 23rd November from 6.15pm to 8pm
WHERENational Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall.
More details about the venue can be found here.
FEATURING- Help & advice from leading business specialists in the sector - An exclusive talk from Mervyn Wheatley, who made headlines after he was rescued from the 2017 OSTAR race by one of the largest and most prestigious cruise liners in the world - An opportunity for networking - FREE wine and pasties at the end of the evening!
Guest speaker Mervyn Wheatley was rescued by one of the world’s largest cruise liners, Queen Mary 2, earlier this year, creating headlines around the world.
Hurricane-force winds badly damaged the 73 year old’s beloved boat of 19 years, Tamarind, during his 5th OSTAR race; a gruelling single-handed, transatlantic challenge. His nail-biting story of bravery and perseverance, coupled with the heart-wrenching decision to scuttle Tamarind, is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!
Fastnet Marketing, Stephens Scown and PKF Francis Clark will be available to discuss Risk Management in the marine sector
Sarah LevertonFastnet Marketing
Sarah Leverton is Managing Director of Fastnet Marketing. She specialises in delivering comprehensive traditional and digital marketing campaigns for the marine sector. Sarah can help with all aspects of your marketing strategy, reducing the risk of failure and maximising results.
Toby ClaridgeStephens Scown
Toby's experience covers a whole host of marine issues, such as liens, mortgages, collisions, moorings, and professional negligence, intellectual property and insolvency. Being a RYA Yacht Master and Area representative for a Racing Yacht Association, Toby brings considerable knowledge and understanding of the sector.
Scott BentleyPKF Frances Clark
Scott is a partner in the Truro office. He trained and qualified with one of the largest international accountancy firms in the world where he gained experience of a wide variety of clients ranging from owner-managed businesses to multinational groups.
We are delighted to announce that the conference is to be held at the famous National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Cornwall
The Museum is fully independent and celebrates and explores the overwhelming influence of the sea on history and culture, including the maritime heritage of Falmouth and Cornwall. As home to The National Small Boat Collection the museum also promotes an understanding of small boats and their place in people’s lives.