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About Luke Edney

Luke completed a journalism degree in Brighton University and fortunately for us uses this in his communications, Facebook posts, Tweets and emails to tell all our enquirers and followers what we are up to. Without Luke we would be lost, he runs the office, keeps us organised and is like a terrier and never lets a tricky boat disposal job go un-photographed or Tweeted about. He also manages all of our enquiries passing them to whoever in the team is the best suited to deal with it. We are teaching Luke how to drive a motorboat or sail a yacht so while he’s learning we suggest you keep out of the Solent! When he’s not at work he’s a massive football fan (his Dad used to play for Portsmouth FC years ago) and seems to know everything there is to know about any player, anywhere. Next time you ring and he answers, think of a tricky football trivia question and ask him

Boat Scrapyard Members react to Historic Wooden Boat Disposal

By |2021-04-08T10:48:14+00:00April 8th, 2021|News, Scrap a Boat, Scrap a Yacht|

Whenever the Boatbreakers team deal with an old wooden boat the chances are it will have significant history behind it. We always notice that emotions run highly with wooden boats and so they should.

Boatbreakers featured in Article for The Cruising Association

By |2021-01-21T10:20:50+00:00January 21st, 2021|Articles|

The Boatbreakers team were recently contacted by Nigel Robinson who was writing a piece for The Cruising Association about end of life boat disposal. As always our team were more than happy to discuss the many issue we face in [...]

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