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Photo Editorial: FES 2021 Company Boat Cruise

On one of the only sunny days last week, the members of the Fairbanks Energy team, joined by a few Mantis Innovation employees, sailed out to Boston Harbor for our annual company boat cruise. This event is a crowd favorite as we spend 3 hours enjoying good company, good food, and the beautiful Boston skyline. This year was extra special, as we were unable to hold the event in 2020 due to COVID restrictions.

Before leaving the dock, everyone met at Victory Point restaurant, overlooking Marina Bay. It was a great opportunity to catch up with friends and colleagues who work in different locations or remotely. 

Scroll through to see the FES and Mantis crew having a good time out in Marina Bay, Quincy.

 

Tom Cashman, Pete Fairbanks, Kristin O'Connell, Paul Tosti, and Tom Willmott arriving from the office in Hingham.

 

The annual boat cruise acts as our cornhole Olympics -- people train all year for these competitive rounds. This year's winning team was New York-based Project Manager, Trey Saunders and Boston-based Project Manager, Tommy Drover! Bravo, gents!

 

Bianca Lonergan and Kristin O'Connell from our finance & accounting department!

 

Dawn Burke, Kristin O'Connell, and Tom Mahoney enjoying some the drinks & laughs on the boat.

 

Will Raymond, from our business development team.

 

Ross Fairbanks, COO and Katrina Wark, also on our business development team, enjoying the sun after weeks of rain here in New England.

 

Along with the bar, the team enjoyed passed hors d'oeuvres and charcuterie throughout the event!

 

Mike Breton and Caroline Haley from the Mantis Marketing team!

 

Tom Mahoney and Jim Taxiera modeling our on-brand green and blue beaded necklaces and funky sunglasses that were distributed prior to leaving the dock.

 

We're so grateful for the opportunity to get together as a team! Stay in touch with us on LinkedIn!

 

 

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Post categories: Photo Editorial, Fairbanks Energy, Events

Originally published on July 22, 2021 | Last updated on 07/22/2021

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