Our most recent job was a small scrap yacht collection from a car park in Lymington.
With us moving into our new office building in Gosport there won't always be someone in our Portsmouth yard.
Over the last few months our team have been busy working to get our headquarters up and running. As Boatbreakers has grown we have become aware of the need to have more space to store all the bits we sell. They were ending up filling our Portsmouth office.
At Boatbreakers we dispose of hundreds of end-of-life boats every year. The majority of the boats we have into the boat scrapyard are older boats that are well beyond economical repair.
At Boatbreakers we often get asked the question, 'What made you start boat breaking?'. The best person to talk through the reasons is our Director Steve Frankland. Boatbreakers was his brainchild so we sat down and discussed what led [...]
Boat Disposal is a growing issue. At Boatbreakers we like to think we offer a personal approach to boat disposal in the UK. For many boat owners deciding to dispose of their end of life boat can be a tough decision.
Eastney beach is a hot spot for end-of-life and abandoned boats. Over the years the Boatbreakers team has been tasked with removing many of the boats that have been ditched on the beach by former owners.