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Meet The Team

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Steve Thurlow
Consultant

Since 1995 Steve has specialised in the marketing, operation and finance of high speed ferries for sale and charter.   Prior to this Steve served in the Australian Army for 12 years, attaining the rank of Captain and holding the position of ADC to the Governor of Tasmania (Australia’s senior Governor at the time) for three years.

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Justin Merrigan
Consultant

Justin is responsible for Marketing Communications at Maatsuyker. With an extensive background in the shipping industry stretching back over a quarter of a century he has travelled widely across the ferry world.  Justin also maintains a strong presence in the cruise and ferry arena as an analyst and writes for a number of well-known shipping publications.

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Graham Perkins
Technical Consultant

An engineering manager with a broad engineering base Graham is well known throughout the industry for his strong analytical skills combined with a variety of management techniques whilst maintaining a keen sense of social and environmental values. After a deep sea engineering career Graham ventured into high speed craft in 1992 when he joined Condor Ltd as Chief Engineer Officer / Engineer Superintendent. There he completed the building program and delivery from Tasmania to the UK of a 74m wave piercing catamaran (Incat Hull 030, Condor 10). He was instrumental in the commencement of service of Condor 10 on UK to Channel Islands service in 1993 as Engineer Superintendent. This ultimately led Graham to join Incat as Technical Manager in 1999 where he was responsible to the Board of Directors for the overview of technical management of all Incat new buildings, as well as craft owned and or chartered. He was also manager of service@incat, supplying technical advice to Incat customers. Responsible for On/Off hire surveys on behalf of Owners and or Charterers.  Before leaving Incat Graham was deeply involved in the construction, engineering and trials of Incat Hull 069 – the first, large, LNG powered high speed craft.