Chandlery

We have run a Chandlery on this site for over 20 years and have built up a good stock of products over that time, from a range of reputable suppliers, below are detail of just a few of the products and suppliers we use.

Diesel Marine Propulsion Engines& Marine Generating Sets

Since 1987 Beta Marine has developed an enviable reputation for providing quiet and smooth running marine diesel engines and generating sets to suit a wide range of applications.

They are renowned for durability, longevity, reliability and deliver an excellent return on investment.

We stock a range of consumables, including Filters and oils.  Spares can be ordered and can be shipped direct to you.

Engine available to order, 4-5 week lead time as all engines are built to order

Walsh Implements

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Seamus, has been around the boat building industry for over 40 Years, for the last 20 making excellent mooring pins, Windlasses, Hadcuff Keys, Pumpout keys, Pilling hooks and chains.  All top quality  British made in Shropshire.

Aquafax is the UK’s leading distributor of marine equipment, they specialise in distributing the marine industries leading brands to our extensive customer base throughout the UK and Ireland.

We have a Delivery every Thursday, so if in doubt give us a call and we can get it in for you

The UK's leading traditional paint supplier.  Craftmaster Paints supply a market leading range of paints to the UK's heritage restoration & inland waterways markets.

Our Coach Enamel is a premier high pigment paint for hand application by traditional coach painting techniques.  Craftmaster have over 15 years experience in supplying high quality paints to our customers. The range of bespoke products originally developed with Phil Speight, a coach painter of over 40 years experience, Craftmaster are well placed to serve all aspects of heritage vehicle restoration & inland waterways.

We stock some of the most popular top coat colours, undercoats and primers, if you require large quantities or bespoke colours please give as much notice as possible to avoid a delivery charge.