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Lloyd Stevenson Boat- builders won the Ten- der Design Award at the recent 2013 ShowBoats Awards in Monaco for a pair of F620 tenders, designed by Fontaine Design Group, of Rhode Island, United States, and built in New Zealand, for the super yacht Loretta Anne. Other NZ-built boats to standout at the glitzy prize-giving were the Loretta Anne, built by Alloy Yachts and designed by Dubois Naval Archi- tects, which received the Exterior Design and Styl- ing Award – Semi-Dis- placement Motor Yachts; and Quintessential, built by Yachting Developments with interior design by Redman Whiteley Dixon/ Warwick Yacht Design, which received the Inte- rior Layout Award. Lloyd Stevenson has built a reputation for crafting world-class super yacht tenders, includ- ing for Kokomo in 2009, Vertigo in 2011 – a fnal- ist in the 2012 ShowBoats Awards, and Garcon in 2012, a fnalist this year. “The two tenders Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuild- ers built for the Loretta Anne are by far the best designed and constructed of any tender I have dealt with in my 23 years of professional yachting,” says the owner’s repre- sentative Captain Philip Shirley. “They are true super yacht quality tenders.” The 6.2 metre vessels are powered by Volvo D3 220hp engines and have a top speed of 43 knots. They’re stowed through side doors in the ship’s topsides. One boat is kitted-out as a sport tender, with fshing rod racks, ski pole and non-skid painted decks, while the other has teak decks and is used as a water taxi. Each can carry up to nine passengers and crew. Electronics include a plotter/sounder, tran- sponder, VHF radio and stereo system. The award winning tenders built by Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders, of East Tamaki. Photo supplied BOTANY BEAT is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our o ce at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki. Desktop tuition SENIORNET meets on August 2, 10am at St Andrew’s Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. The main talk will be about options for Offce Libra and Microsoft Open Offce. Visitors are welcome. Phone Warren on 534-3482 or Tricia on 533-5983. Rock n' roll dancing THE City of Sails Rock n’ Roll Club has beginner dance les- sons commencing on August 4 at Bucklands Beach Intermedi- ate School hall. Lessons are for an hour, starting at 7pm, and run for four consecutive Sundays. All welcome. Phone Annette on 0274-955-607. Making plans for Nigel SHELLY Park School presents an evening with Nigel Latta, parenting the up to 10s, on August 15. Doors open at 7pm, with the presentation starting at 8pm at Pakuranga United Rugby Club, Lloyd Elsmore Park. Cash bar, gold coin donation supper. All proceeds go to the school. For tickets at $30, email fundraise@ shellypark.school.nz. General meeting BOTANY Flat Bush Residents and Ratepayers Association’s annual general meeting is on August 5, 7.30pm at Ormiston Senior College. All welcome. Combined Probus BUCKLANDS Beach Combined Probus Club meets on August 5, 10am in the War Memorial Hall, Wharf Road. The speaker is Alan La Roche on the history of How- ick and Bucklands Beach. New members, both men and women, are welcome. Phone Rosalie on 273-6985. Alpha course WANT to know more about Christianity? Always wondered who God is? The free alpha course is held at Elim Christian Centre, Botany Road, starting on August 6 at 7pm. Free din- ner on the frst and last evenings. For enquiries, phone the church offce on 538-0360. Preserving images IDENTIFYING and preserving photos. Sir George Grey Special Collections photograph librar- ian Keith Giles will show how to identify different types of photos and give tips on preserv- ing images in your collection, at the Howick Library on August 6 at 10.30am. Phone 534-5301 to ensure a place. Support group PROSTATE cancer East Auck- land support group, Botany, meets on August 6, 7pm at St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive. The guest speaker is Jane Stewart, a continence nurse spe- cialist. Phone Ann on 536-4512. Quiet meditation THE next monthly meeting at All Saints Church, corner of Selwyn Road and Cook Street, Howick, is on August 4 at 6.50pm for a 7pm start. It includes music and meditation on a sacred text and centering prayer. All welcome. For more information, phone the church offce on 534-6864. Separating parents THE Parenting through Separa- tion programme runs at Willow- bank School on August 7 and 14, 7-9pm, for parents who are in the process of separating or who have. A free programme is deliv- ered by a psychologist from Tri- ple P NZ Ltd with a family court lawyer. For enquiries, phone 579-1794. Craft market HOME-made soap, jewellery, beauty products, patchwork, cards, calendars, home-baking, knitting, toys, arts, gifts and more. Summerset by the Park, 7 Flat Bush School Road, on August 8 from 10am to 2pm. Phone Cheryl on 272-3950. Conquest talk U3A Pakuranga meets at St Andrew’s Church, corner of Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick, on August 5 at 1.45pm. Guest speaker, Dr Lindsay Dig- gleman, University of Auck- land, speaks about the Norman Conquest of England. The other speaker is Bill Burrill talking about Auckland regional parks. Phone Bob on 534-4496 or Robin on 576-5572. Fun and style JOIN Margarita Politis at Buck- lands Beach Yacht Club, on August 8, for an evening of fun and style giving you fashion tips. It’s $10 a ticket available from the BBYC offce, includes entry into the draw for your own personal style session valued at $230. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm. For enquiries, phone Hayley on 021-381-560.
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