'George' and 'Mildred.'

January 2011
Ausmarine;Jan2011, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
The article features Revolution Marine Services, a boat service company in Brisbane, Queensland. It was founded by Mark Hopwood and Dave Nielsen, who formed it with a group of multi-skilled tradesmen from the marine industry. The company's list of services include new constructions, project management, engine refits and maintenance and annual service contracts for service and luxury boats. It operates from the Brisbane Marine Industry Park (BMIP) at Hemmant in Brisbane.


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