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NT Ports and Marine take out the Bluewater Classic

10 May 2017 11:18 AM | Sonia Harvey (Administrator)

Last Sunday 80 Petroleum Club NT members and guests hit the water for the 2017 Bluewater Classic. Darwin turned on another perfect day as dry season has finally kicked in and 6 charter boats departed Cullen Bay at 6am to get the competition underway.

Individual winners:

!st: John Hogins (Northern Rise) - 125cm Jew Fish

2nd: Sally Dunn (INPEX) - 116cm Jew Fish

Overall winning boat: NT Ports and Marine, captained by Chris Litowchak

The presentation lunch was held at Yots Greek Taverna with plenty of prizes and encouragement awards.

The $8,000 Tiwi Islands Adventure package was won by Tracy Ryan after sponsor James Stokes conceded the prize by unluckily drawing his own ticket.

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