2015 Projects

Able One

Able One is a motor yacht with character. Based on the lines of a working naval tug, she combines finesse with robust charm. Designed for relaxing but equipped for expeditions. Propulsion comes from a Mirrlees main engine with twin retractable azimuth thrusters for manoeuvring and back up. Seakeeper high-tec roll stablisation gyros keep her steady.

DSV Curtis Marshall

DSV Curtis Marshall is a commercial diving support vessel available for charter. Built on the River Tees by B Marshall Marine, she has accommodation for 12 divers. 4 point mooring system. DSV Curtis Marshall has been built specifically for renewable energy, dive support, survey work and general repair/maintenance. An on-board decompression chamber, integrated dive control, ballast transfer capability and a four point mooring system provide a safe and reliable working platform. Meanwhile the 5 tonne A frame, 12.5 tonne crane and full walkabout control for propulsion, steering and four point winch control provide a flexible base for most maritime operations.
Purpose built Bow Fender with integrated load cells for engagement with wind turbine- Data stored and recorded

Genesis Enigma

Genesis Enigma built by MMS Ship Repair, Hull. She is a sister vessel to Genesis Rose, based in Bridlington. 14.95 metres overall, with a dry hold and 23 cubic metre vivier. Powered by a Doosan main engine.

Guardian Angell

Guardian Angell is the third of this 26 metre class design built by Parkol. Rapp winches, Mitsubishi 640 hp main engine, 2.5 metre propeller. She replaces the Guardian Angell built by Campbeltown Shipyard which Ian Paton worked on over 20 years ago.


Havilah is a cargo ship built for Shetland, capable of carrying 260 tonnes of dry cargo and yet under 24 metres registered length. Twin Doosan 480hp main engines driving twin screws through Twin Disc, Quickshift gearboxes.

Our Dylan Ben

Our Dylan Ben built for North Devon by C Toms, Polruan. 12 metres overall length fitted with 1.8 metre propeller for towing. Rapp hydraulics, Scania main engine, Reintjes gearbox.

La Creole II

La Creole II 15 metre crabber built by Parkol Marine yard No 034. She is a sister vessel to Ebonnie built in 2005 for the same owners. Scania main engine and Iveco auxiliaries. 30 cubic metre vivier.


Steadfast was built by Patterson Engineering, Kilkeel. 18.7 metres overall. She is round bilge and features a Caterpillar 3508E main engine driving a Mekanord variable pitch propeller. Alfred Cheyne split winches.

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