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Marine Services

Berthon Marine Services is still operating

April 16, 2020

Berthon Marine Services has been deemed an essential supplier to the UK’s MoD, Security Sector and Emergency Services as well as offering support to the UK’s essential supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic. We, therefore, have a core team of skilled staff and project managers from our Marine Services division…

Busy Times for the Berthon Historical Boats Team

March 12, 2020

The New Year has brought some old blood to Berthon.  We are delighted to have five historical boats in attendance for a variety of repairs, maintenance and refits.  Ranging from traditional wooden sailing yachts, to high speed launches and air sea rescue boats, there are some seriously classy guests in…

Another Versadock installation

December 11, 2019

Versadock installation – a specifically designed dock for an Axopar in the Swiss Alps Versadock installation designed a dock for an Axopar in the Swiss Alps. Naval architecture is all about progress. Just take a moment to think about how boats have changed in your lifetime. There are however seminal…

Tram crashes to Product Launch Bashes, METS 2019.

November 28, 2019

Versadock attends the 2019 METS Versadock has gained an enviable reputation for providing well-engineered, durable docking systems and pontoons. Proven to last in extremes of temperature and climate plus with exceptional UV stability, this has made us the perfect choice for projects all over the world. The map below represents…

Berthon Power attend METS 2019

November 26, 2019

Berthon Power attended the Marine Equipment Trade Show with Cox Powertrain. METS 2019 saw thousands of companies from all around the world come together under one roof to exhibit all things marine related. Exhibiting inside the Super Yacht Pavilion provided Berthon Power, alongside Cox Powertrain, the ideal opportunity to discuss…

Versadock installed on the River Thames

November 5, 2019

Versadock installed a pontoon for a private house along the River Thames. Struck through the heart of the Capital of England the River Thames was once described as “Liquid History” by John Burns (former MP), carrying as it has the fortunes of this great city. For many the name conjures…