Cowes Yacht Haven Directors
Jeremy has been involved with the marine industry for most of his working life. As a younger man he served his time as a boatbuilders apprentice in Falmouth. For the last 30 years he has owned and managed SeaSafe Systems, a world renowned Lifejacket manufacturer, based on the Island.
Jeremy moved to the Island 20 years ago and has held a number of voluntary posts including 6 years as a Cowes Harbour Commissioner and 5 years as Chairman of British Marine Isle of Wight. He joined The Cowes Yacht Haven Board in 2018 and The Cowes Town Waterfront Trust Board in 2019 and is Chairman of both boards.
Andrew was appointed as a Director of Cowes Yacht Haven in 2019 and reappointed at the 2021 AGM. He started sailing at the age of 8 in a Wayfarer. He studied at The Britannia Royal Naval College and The University of Southampton and now manages a local business in Cowes High Street.
He is involved with the Flying Fifteen keelboat class and competed in the Sonar class at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. He currently races regularly out of Cowes.
Daniel has more than 16 years of marine and hospitality experience having managed operations in the UK and overseas in the marina, travel and club sectors. Daniel grew up on the Island and, having worked on the mainland for a number of years, returned in 2006 to join Bembridge Sailing Club as General Manager. In May 2018 he joined the Cowes Yacht Haven team as Managing Director.
Daniel was appointed Chairman of British Marine (Isle of Wight) in January 2022.
As a keen sailor Daniel can be regularly seen on the water racing and cruising with his family.
Jackie is a chartered accountant with a career focused on financial services and regulatory reporting. Alongside ensuring the rigour of processes and content for reporting to UK financial regulators, she has also had responsibility for the creating improved financial procedures and documentation.
Jackie sits on both Cowes Yacht Haven and Cowes Town Waterfront Trust boards and keeps a close eye on all the finances.
Jackie is a keen sailor and has been a Cowes resident since 2003.
Tricia has been involved in the sailing scene in Cowes for many years through her work at the Royal Yacht Squadron
She believes that Cowes Yacht Haven is at the very heart of sailing and during her time on the CYH board she has worked collaboratively with other local stakeholders to ensure that Cowes continues to offer the best experience to customers both on and off the water.
Tricia sees a bright future for Cowes Yacht Haven and believes that Cowes Town will continue to be the go-to destination for both racing and cruising activities in the Solent.