Scrap a Yacht News
Westerly Nomad Collected for Disposal One of our latest jobs was to collect a Westerly Nomad from the Grand Union Canal. The yacht is not the sort of boat you would expect to find on the inland waterways. However [...]
Boatbreakers in The Wirral The Boatbreakers team were back on the road this week to collect a yacht from The Wirral. We had an email from a couple who had a boat next to their driveway. It had [...]
The Boatbreakers team were in Devon to scrap an old wooden yacht on a farm. Typically for the team the day the job was booked for ended up being the hottest day of the year so far!
Another day and another yacht through the Boat Scrapyard. However this tired looking yellow fin keeled yacht on a trailer had an interesting life.
The Boatbreakers team have had an extremely busy spring so far. This week we even had three yacht collections in a single day.
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.
Our latest arrival at the Boatbreakers Boat Scrapyard was an Elizabethan 29 yacht. It was actually a boat that was supposed to come to us in March 2020 but Covid changed that plan.
Our Boatbreakers team were back out on the water in Portsmouth Harbour last week. We had received a call from a local sailing club to ask us to remove an abandoned boat from their moorings.