CityCat fleet relocates to Rivergate Marine and Shipyard

January 2011
Ausmarine;Jan2011, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports that Brisbane City Council's fleet of CityCats and ferries have relocated to Rivergate, Australia and is scheduled to start operations by February 2011. All maintenance, repair and operations will be centered in Rivergate, which reportedly reinforces its reputation as the most cost effective location for maintenance of commercial fleets. Riverside manager, Steve Fisher said that the bulk of activities come from commercial and government vessels seeking the expertise and services of Rivergate.


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