2015 sees us finally settled into our new 1200 square ft office, showroom and fully equipped workshop in Shamrock Quay Marina, Southampton.
The additional space allows us to have a much bigger showroom displaying watermakers and generators, and our new workshop is fully equipped with 2 watermaker test beds, along with lathe/milling/painting/welding facilities that allow us to complete many more tasks in house.
We were delighted to be contracted by Volvo Ocean Race entrants Team Sanya to sort out their watermaking needs. We stripped and re-engineered a 25 litre/day unit, removing excess weight, and replaced the prefilter with an aftermarket unit. The watermaker weighed in at 17 kilos on installation. It was installed in a central location under the media desk, being fed from two retractable through hull fittings either side of the hull, via a custom made carbon fibre air trap. Sorry but we are unable to show any pictures of the installation! We wish Team Sanya every success in the forthcoming Volvo Ocean Race.
More info at www.volvooceanrace.com
We are delighted to have been appointed main dealers for Whisper Power generators. An exciting range of quiet, compact marine diesel generators and hybrid propulsion systems.
These products go hand in hand with our watermaker portfolio and allow us to offer some of the best value watermaker/generator deals available.
We are pleased to be supporting RNLI training officer Dave Whiddon and field safety expert Lloyd Figgins - AKA Atlantic Calling in their forthcoming Atlantic row from Morocco to Antigua in aid of the RNLI
Their watermaker is running perfect and we would like to thank them for the very interesting tour of the RNLI headquarters at Poole and of course for the lunch!
Pic above shows the boat in the water at RNLI HQ, Poole
(It's the little white one!)
Please give generously to the RNLI at www.atlanticcalling.com
TEAM ATLANTIC DASH ROW INTO SOUTHAMPTON BOAT SHOW
As Team Atlantic Dash they will take part in one of the world’s toughest races rowing 3000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. Their goal: to raise awareness and over £100,000 for The Firefighters Charity, Help for Heroes, WRVS (Women's Royal Voluntary Service) and Breast Cancer Care.
John Haskell and Jamie Windsor, both from Cardiff, will face physical and emotional turmoil as they endure the unpredictability of the weather and the ocean in their self-sufficient bid to cross the Atlantic.
Sailfish Marine are delighted to be looking after their watermaker and solar power needs.
If you come to the show be sure to visit them on the marina.
See more at www.atlanticdash.co.uk