Traditional Ship Repair - Dry Docking & Slipways
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Wooden & Steel Ship Repairs Ltd

The Winch House, Clarence Boat Yard, Clarence Road, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK , PO32 6TA

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Dry Dock & Slipways, Traditional wooden boat repair. Steel boat repair, Mast & Spar repair & Construction

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07849522164

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We are happy to meet you during our working hours. Please make an appointment. Working hours are between 08.00 - 17.00 Monday to Friday

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    Wooden & Steel Ship Repairs Ltd

    The Winch House, Clarence Boat Yard, Clarence Road, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK , PO32 6TA

    Contact us

    Dry Dock & Slipways, Traditional wooden boat repair. Steel boat repair, Mast & Spar repair & Construction

    * Please Fill Required Fields *
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    Call us

    07849522164

    Working Hours

    We are happy to meet you during our working hours. Please make an appointment. Working hours are between 08.00 - 17.00 Monday to Friday

    News & Articles

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      Posted on September 27, 2020 By admin In painting

      With the increasing amount of vessels coming to our yards for shot blasting and painting, we needed to increase the turn around speed of jobs, and the way to achieve that was to invest in airless paint spraying equipment for the application of protective coatings. The efficiency of the airless

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      Posted on September 3, 2020 By admin In Uncategorized

      In September 2019 we were given the most amazing opportunity to take on the long unused dry dock in Cowes. The yard, known as Marvins Yard, and later Coles Yard was in a poor state, due to the dock gates being removed in the 1990’s. The dock gates were removed

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      To Help us rebuild the Arctic Road Dry Dock, we needed a crane to lift the huge amounts of heavy materials and equipment. We were incredibly fortunate to find this Priestman MC250 Crawler Crane, in a  Norfolk boatyard. We had the crane transported back to the Isle of Wight, and

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      The expansion of the business with the new dry dock has opened up a new line of work, and our core belief is to be a self sufficient independent shipyard, able to provide all services that are required.With this in mind, we have increased our abilities and service to include

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      With the increasing amount of work coming through the business, particularly in the steel ship repair, we have invested in airless paint spraying equipment for protective coating application. The airless paint sprayer plant allows rapid and even application of paint which is an essential requirement for larger vessels that demand

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      The new Arctic Road Dry Dock has provided the company with much needed space, and one area that was much needed was an office space where we can keep track on work.

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      Island Life Magazine recently wrote an article about Sam Fulford and the work undertaken to get the East Cowes Clarence Yard back into operation. The Clarence yard gave the business the huge step to grow. Follow the link to have a read. Sam Fulford – Taking back ground for Island

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      With winter coming in, it has become clear that we need to have a good method of covering vessels undergoing repair. We need to minimise downtime dur to wet weather, and the best way to overcome this is by using the shrink wrap method of covering. We build a scaffold

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      Posted on July 18, 2018 By admin In Uncategorized

      The Clarence Yard had a small slipway that had been badly neglected. The tracks had rotted away, the cradle had decayed so badly it had fallen to pieces. The slipway was too useful to be left in dereliction, so we rebuild it. It is a most useful addition to the

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