Royal Australian Navy Bandmaster Kara Williams said: "Our talented musicians promote awareness of the Navy's critical contribution to the nation, and we enjoyed bringing our unique brand of music to add to the excitement of Yorke Peninsula's Saltwater Classic.
"I always support and enjoy this unique event. It relives the close association that the towns of Port Vincent and Stansbury have with the classic wooden fishing cutters that the numerous fishermen of the past used to ply their fishing trade and make a living."
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"What an absolutely fantastic weekend. Hope everyone enjoyed the 2016 Yorke Peninsula Saltwater Classic as much as we did." John Carter on Facebook.
Organisations that participated in the 2016 event included: · The influential and progressive Y3P Group that proudly promotes Yorke Peninsula foods, products, art talents, accommodation venues and services. Caroline Bonnett, Chairperson of Y3P, said "the group was delighted to participate in the Saltwater Classic in 2016 to bring Yorke Peninsula's premier producers, people and places together at one of the region's most popular tourism events."
Barley Stacks Wines, the first commercial vineyard and winery to be established on the traditional barley belt of the Yorke Peninsula. Lyall Schulz, Managing Director of Barley Stacks Wines said: "We were pleased to be a supporter of the event and look forward to participating in the future."
Yorkes Uncorked, which offers unique experiences and dining in fabulous regional settings. Amanda Cleland, Managing Director of Yorkes Uncorked said: "We enjoyed being part of the Saltwater Classic. We had a fabulous time meeting lovely people and prospective guests for up and coming events."
YP Adventure Walks offering tailored walking and accommodation packages in the region. Owners Carolyn and Anthony Bennett said: "It was a fantastic experience at the Saltwater Classic meeting and greeting potential new clients."