The Boatbreakers team were on the road last week. It was a trip to Stratford Upon Avon for a boat mould disposal job. There were three large GRP boat moulds with multiple smaller moulds inside. Judging by the size of the moulds the boats that came out of them were big!
A boat in a field provided a change of scenery for the team last week. Our most recent boat scrap job seemed to be a simple one on the surface.
Our head of Communications Luke (Me) is running this year's Great South Run in Portsmouth. Together with his girlfriend Hayleigh they are hoping to raise money for the Rowans.
Four burnt boats have been left after a fire at a Hayling Island Marina. We were informed by the local dive teams in Portsmouth who have been asked to help raise two of the burnt boats that had sunk.
Boatbreakers Marine Recycling End of life boats. We sat down with our Director Steve Frankland to discuss the current situation around old boats. And how Boatbreakers Marine Recycling End of life boats can start to make a difference. [...]
Boatbreakers collect and dispose of hundreds of boats every year. The vast majority of boats that we collect across the UK would’ve come from the marinas or boatyards. However, you may be surprised to know that the next most frequent boat removal location is from peoples gardens or driveways.