The Business School Staff At Sea
On Sunday the 5th of May The Business School staff came together for a team building and relaxation day on the harbour on a luxurious Beneteau Oceanis 40.
It’s easy to see why Sydney Harbour is regarded as one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world.
Sydney Harbour is an aquatic playground for Sydneysiders, with more than 240 kilometres (150 miles) of shoreline, punctuated by unspoiled beaches, picturesque gardens and pockets of natural bush. It is also home to some of Australia’s big-name attractions, including the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Read on and explore.
From the water staff visited Port Jackson, Taylor’s Bay, Waverton, Pier One, Darling Point, Rushcutter’s Bay, Shark Island, Kirribilli, Rose Bay, Sydney Harbour, Garden Island Dockyard, Wollomooloo and the Rushcutter’s Bay Yacht Club Marina.
Skipper Wayne Carney, also The Business School’s CEO, navigated beautifully as his inexperienced crew let him down on more than one occasion when they failed to follow directions or understand yachting terminology (haha sorry!). Despite this everyone had a great day learning the ropes, or trying to, and enjoying the scenery. The skipper was left to his own devices a couple of times when the sky opened up but apart from that the weather was mostly amazing and food was abundant on board.
There was no shortage of display by Sydney throughout the day and into the night as staffed stayed and enjoyed the Marina afterwards.