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ISS picks new board, council

The International Superyacht Society recently elected its 2009-2011 board of directors and past presidents council.

The new executive committee, each serving a two-year term, includes Lance Cushion, Superyacht Base Australia, president; Paul Madden, Paul Madden Associates, vice president; Ken Hickling, Awlgrip Paint, treasurer; Norma Trease, Only Yacht, secretary; Doug Sharp, Sharp Design, past president; and Rick Thomas, Nautical Structures, executive member.

ISS elections are held annually by peer selection.

Click here for the full list of board members.

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