Christine Roberts Middle Harbour Yacht Club
Christine Roberts

Two new staff appointments have recently been made at Sydney’s Middle Harbour Yacht Club, located at The Spit, Mosman.

Christine Roberts has joined the team as Membership and Marketing Coordinator and brings over five years of relevant industry experience to the role having previously been the Membership, Administration and Communications Manager at the Marina Industries Association from 2012 – 2017.

Christine has extensive communications and customer/member service experience across many sectors including tourism and accommodation, law, real estate and corporate business which will contribute to assisting the over 1500 members of the long established Club as well as to the marketing and promotion of the Club’s sailing, training and member events.

Michelle Lowery Middle Harbour Yacht Club
Michelle Lowery

Michelle Lowery has recently been appointed as Functions Manager responsible for the coordination of Middle Harbour Yacht Club’s conference, corporate and private events. Michelle has a strong background in customer service having previously worked for an airline and in catering and more recently in real estate advertising on the Northern Beaches.

The Club is one of Australia’s largest yacht clubs and recognised as a national leader in sail training and associated education programs. It also boast some of Sydney’s most versatile waterfront function venues, with spectacular views over Middle Harbour and Sydney Heads. Used extensively by members, the Club also hosts numerous business and corporate events as well as weddings, celebratory events, wakes and community events.

General Manager, Karen Baldwin said, “the appointments of Christine and Michelle to our team will ensure we continue to deliver and improve upon our offerings to our Members and to the Club’s sailing and social community and wider network”.

We have many exciting events ahead as part of the Club’s 80th Anniversary year and both ladies have hit the ground running – it’s great to have them on board.”