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February 2022 eNewsletter

10 March 2022
As I write this month’s introduction to our newsletter, we are just six weeks into the new year, but with the amount of activity going on in and around the harbour, it feels more like six months.

Everyone at CHC is working on projects in preparation for the year ahead. The team at Kingston are busy supporting boat owners that want to get those essential maintenance tasks completed before the spring. The Cowes Harbour Services afloat team are working on several external contracts around the island including the refurbishment of the SCRA race marks so they can go back in the water next month, and the remainder of the CHC team are cleaning, repairing and replacing all the pontoons from Trinity Landing to the Folly Inn as part of our long-term maintenance programme.

The Commission is currently seeking to appoint a new Commissioner to join the Board of Cowes Harbour Commission. The role is for an initial three-year term starting on 1st May 2022 and candidates should be familiar with local issues and have a financial background. Preferably someone with a recognised accountancy qualification but this is not essential.

This is a non-executive voluntary role that offers an exciting opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the future of Cowes Harbour, a leading Trust Port, key economic driver, and the Isle of Wight’s principal maritime gateway. More information about the role of a Commissioner can be found here

Finally, you may be interested to know that CHC has an exciting range of branding and advertising opportunities at various locations along the River Medina, so if you would like to promote your company to over 2.5 million people during 2022, then please email for further information.

Gary Hall
Chief Executive - Cowes Harbour Commission

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