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Our Staff

Darrell Barnett - General Manager


Darrell Barnett became a Certified Marina Manager (CMM) in 2003, after completing a series of courses and training over two years including an intense advanced marina management course in Seattle, Washington USA. Darrell was the 165th person in the world to be awarded CMM status, joining the ranks of an international group of marina professionals from nine nations. Darrell’s leadership ensures that Soldiers Point Marina is professionally managed; he is up-to-date with the latest developments, the legislation and the environmental issues that the marina industry is facing to-day.

 

 

 

 

Carmen Holden - Guest Services Manager


"After working in the travel industry for fifteen years, it was time for a sea change. The marina is such a happy place to come each day, everyone is so friendly. I'm thoroughly enjoying all the challenges and exciting opportunities that come past my desk. I've tried my hand at just about everything, including reversing a boat trailer down the boat ramp, now that's an achievement in my book. Make sure you pop your head into the office and say hi."

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Duncan - Marina Supervisor


Jim Duncan manages the day to day operation of the Marina. Jim has been employed at Soldiers Point Marina since 2000 when it was purchased by Clippers Anchorage Pty Ltd; Jim also worked for the previous owners for several years. As a consequence, Jim is a hive of information, knowing every customer by name and every nook and cranny of the marina and its environs. Jim’s duties include ensuring boats are safe and secure, berths are rented, records to each berth are up-to-date and accurate and that all relevant Marina Rules and Regulations are observed. Jim was a delegate at the International Marinas 2007, Marinas 2009 & Marinas 2011 Conferences.

 

 

 

 

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Testimonial

Port Hacking Game Fishing Club chooses to stay at Soldiers Point Marina for the Game Fish month because of the protection from the north east winds. Service & amenities are superior to alternative facilities. Service from friendly staff and of course the coffee + papers and cocktails in the afternoon are wonderful.

Pete Talbot, President Port Hacking Gamefishing Club