** Cancelled ** 2020 Mar - CIMarE VIB Monthly Technical presentation

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** Cancelled ** 2020 Mar - CIMarE VIB Monthly Technical presentation

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CIMarE VIB Monthly Technical presentation, will be on Saturday, 28 March, at Point Hope Maritime.

ON SATURDAY, 28 MARCH

Our branch will have our third meeting of the spring season :
A chance to go aboard one of the new ISLAND CLASS ferries at Point Home Maritime shipyard. (without purchasing a passage ticket!)

BC Ferries and Point Hope Maritime are graciously hosting the VI Branch of CIMarE for a tour of one of the two new ISLAND class hybrid propulsion vessels which were delivered to PHM recently.
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====The Branch is indebted to BCFS and PHM for the chance to go aboard=====
The technical details we'll have the privilege of viewing will augment our professional knowledge well

SOME DETAILS:
THE MEETING WILL BE ON SATURDAY, 28 MARCH 2020
((Not on the usual Thursday, 19 March, and not at Naden))

ASSEMBLY; Gather in the parking area at the south end of the yard (entrance near the new blue bridge), past the orange guard shack
TIME; 1245-1300, SATURDAY 28 MARCH
ATTIRE; Dress for the weather and walking about a ship, solid shoes, no high heels, (hardhat and glasses are not required)
IMPORTANT; Please RSVP to Mike Weaver at michaelweaver@shaw.ca so that PHM can anticipate the size of our group.

Hope to see you there,

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Re: ** Cancelled ** 2020 Mar - CIMarE VIB Monthly Technical presentation

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All vancouver island branch of the CIMarE events are cancelled for March and April 2020
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