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Ship Repair & Conversion

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“Today as an industry, we are watching with particular interest the implementation of

Tier 4 and what it will mean for our small passenger vessel industry regarding repowers, new construction and available compliant machinery in the marketplace.” to be an example of determination, passion, busi- ing blue stewardship though public information ness sense, partnership, community responsibil- that raises awareness of the issues that confront ity and innovative tactics. But, as a leader, I also our oceans. Our Whale Watch and State and Na- recognize the importance of delegation and trust tional Park ferry programs in particular give time in others to get the job done right. and thought to our conservation messaging and

Most importantly, I do everything I can to nur- how we can engage our passengers in a way that ture the company’s long-established reputation is informative and effective. Our Whale Watch of doing business with integrity, experience, naturalists also compile and maintain a signi? - commitment and responsibility, while also safe- cant humpback whale database which we share guarding the company’s viability with sustain- freely with research organizations. able business practices and a resourceful and

Every business has its challenges … looking ever evolving business plan.

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