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Prize Draw Announcement

John Lewis Gift Card Competition – Courtesy of Salterns Marina

Thank you to everyone who entered our prize draw to win a John Lewis Gift Card of £200.

We are excited to announce the lucky winner is Alistair Tillen. Congratulations!

Watch this space for future competitions for our loyal subscribers.

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Summer Scrub Offer 2018

Salterns lift, scrub & go!

Get the best performance from your boat during our Summer Scrub discounts.

From 16th July until 31st August 2018

To book or to find out more contact Claire at Salterns Boatyard
T: 01202 707391 or E: boatyard@salterns.co.uk

Prices Per metre LOA (inc VAT) Normal Rate Summer Offer ‘The Club’ Offer
Up to 7.0m (per Lift) £185.40 £120.00 £108.00
7.1m to 13.0m £36.50 £24.00 £21.60
13.1m and above £42.70 £28.00 £25.20

‘The Club’ Rate at Salterns
All annual marina berth holders and swinging mooring customers receive an additional 10% discount off the Summer Offer price.  For more information about membership of ‘The Club’ at Salterns Marina, please contact the Marina Office – 01202 709971

Terms & Conditions apply

Terms & Conditions
Payment due at time of lift out
No antifouling whilst in Slings
Badly fouled boats may be subject to additional charge
Additional services will be charged at the applicable rates
Vessles are charged based upon actual LOA including all extensions fore and aft of the vessel
This Summer Scrub offer is valid from 16th July to the 31st August 2018
Normal Marina regulations and terms and conditions of business apply at all times
This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer

SALTERNS MARINA WELCOMES NEW TENANTS – QUAY CREW

Salterns Marina gives a very warm welcome to new tenants ‘Quay Crew’, one of the industry’s leading Crew Agencies who has expanded to now include offices within Salterns Marina, Poole, Dorset (UK).

Quay Crew has over 10 years of superyacht experience and over 18 years combined of recruitment experience, 9 of which in the superyacht industry, having worked for some of the most prestigious yachts in the industry, with years of working for leading recruitment agencies in London and France. Quay Crew will be supplying an unprecedented level of yachting and recruitment expertise, recruiting everything from Captains to Stewardesses to Deckhands, Engineers to Chefs and all of those other challenging positions which require unique skills and experience.

Tim Clarke, MD said “I felt the time was right to grow my business and employ more people from the UK.  Having grown up in Poole I believe the area is a good location to attract quality talent for people looking to work in the superyacht market.  Salterns Marina is a fantastic location to operate from and we look forward to a healthy future.”

Quay Crew can be contacted on
UK – T: +44 (0) 1202 707888  | +44 (0) 7760 202610
France: +33 (0)781 012 245
E: Tim@quaycrew.com
Printwww.quaycrew.com

Poole Park Mosaic – sponsored by Salterns Marina

A GIANT mosaic made up of thousands of photos of life in Poole has been unveiled by the Mayor to celebrate 125 years of Poole Park.  Salterns Marina was delighted to be one of the sponsors.

Try and find Salterns images, but be warned, there are thousands to look at, so it may take some time!

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RYA DIESEL ENGINE COURSE SUCCESS

Great feedback from our one day RYA Diesel Engine Course, held on 5th March and hosted by Steve Jones, instructor from Salterns Sea School, in how to prevent and solve diesel engine failure.

Berth Holder Sue Sieger said “It was excellent, he made it so interesting and his knowledge of all types of engines, suited all types of boat owners that were on the course, from launches, yachts & larger motor cruisers, he knew the good & bad points whether they were water cooled, air cooled, it didn’t matter he knew it all.

What I found particularly good was being able to see all the different engine & exhaust parts, that could cause problems, he made us take out & fit impellers, fit drive belts, bleed the fuel, in fact all the things that can cause a break down at sea.”

Next course:-
Navigation Refresher – Sat 19th March – Book Now
See Events page for all training courses and events details