Boating veteran joins Nautilus Marine

Boating veteran joins Nautilus Marine

Boating veteran joins Nautilus Marine Marine insurance specialist Nautilus Marine Insurance has welcomed Adam “Brownie” Brown to its local team, to support the company’s client base, specifically on the direct consumer pleasure craft business, it has been reported.

Brown has worked in the marine insurance industry for the past four years, and is well-known in the local marine industry, having sailed and raced for 30 years in Australia and overseas, Marine Business reported.

He competed in 26 Sydney to Hobart races, where he had been on board three winning yachts including last year’s overall winner Balance. He also participated in the infamous 1998 race on board Sword of Orion.

Lyndon Turner, Nautilus Marine CEO, said: “Adam brings to our business across Australia and New Zealand his philosophy of assisting boat owners with insurance needs, all make and manner.”

“At our core, we are client first, with leading policy coverage, competitive rates, and the best claims service when something goes wrong.”

“Adam will work well with our wider team, our business partners and clients to assist our growth. He looks forward to talking with you on this.”

Brown said he was excited to be part of Nautilus Marine: “This move to Nautilus Marine provides me with enormous opportunity across the pleasure boat range. [I am] looking forward to supporting the industry, and at the same time maintain my interest in sail and motor yachts.”


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