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2018 July August Marina World

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Hazelett Marine Conservation Elastic Mooring Systems For Yachts and Docks AUCTION BUSINESS CLOSING 1020 E Broad Street, Elyria, Ohio Tuesday July 31st 10:00 AM Boat Lifts/Autos/Trailers/Mower: ‘08 Con-O-Lift 35k cap, ‘00 Con-O-Lift, Ford F-450xl Super Duty Dsl , Chevy Silverado 2500HD Ext-Cab, Dodge 2500 Sprinter Truck, Yellow Yard Tractor Eagle II, Alum Storm Box Trailer, Chevy 2500 HD 4x4 w/ Meyer Plow, Lift-All Boat Lift, Boat Dri- Lift, 2 Gray Marine V-8 Engines, Simplicity 0-turn mower, Boat: 300 boat stands, 11 boat dollies, 7 boat jacks, Samsel straps, anchors, props. TERMS: Cash/check/Visa/MC b4 remove w/proper I.D., 3% buy fee, 3% ref 4 cash, Prev 1 hr b4. Please Titan follow Deck the is engineered link below to for be full the last decking you’ll ever auction use. Made details. of UV-protected 100% polypropylene, it won’t rot, warp, dent, splinter or bend and will never need painting or First staining Quality – perfect for commercial docks and piers of any size! All Titan Decking is backed by a 12 year limited warranty. Auction & Realty Mark Walton, Auctioneer - Mark Abood, Apprentice 330-607-3687 Titan Classic Titan X-Series Titan Open-X Series waltonauctionsite.com/upcoming TitanDeck.net | 877-207-4136 Dry-Stack Storage Machinery Semi-automated equipment for drystacks Boat delivery: less than 3 minutes Better effi ciency per square meter www.hazelettmarine.com 15 135 Palmer West Lakeshore Court Suite Drive, 212 APO Box 600 South Colchester, Burlington, Vermont 05446-0600 Vermont, EMAIL: info@hazelettmarine.com 05403 Office: TELEPHONE: 802 (802) 399 2627 863-6376 Email: FAX: (802) info@hazelettmarine.com 863-1523 WORLDWIDE PROJECTS Ask for dealer contact in your country www.domingocapria.com info@domingocapria.com

PONTOON/DOCK SYSTEMS & DECKING Built in the 1960s, Hartford Marina is now undergoing a phased refurbishment to better accommodate the range of boats, narrowboats and Dutch barges moored up in its easily accessed marina basin. Hartford completes first phase of boat mooring renewal programme Tingdene Marinas is completely renewing the pontoon system at Hartford Marina on the River Great Ouse in Wyton, Cambridgeshire, UK. The £1.2 million infrastructure programme is additional to the ongoing improvements that the company has been making to Hartford’s extensive facilities since it acquired the marina two years ago. Phase one of the boat mooring renewal programme has seen the opening of Pier D, a 148m (485ft) stretch of pontoon designed for up to 50 motorboats including the largest narrowboats, wide beams, and Dutch barges up to 21m (70ft). Tingdene is planning each subsequent phase of the pontoon rebuild to perfectly match berth holder requirements. Tingdene operations director, Steve Arber, said: “Our programme encompasses a complete renewal of the boat mooring system at Hartford. We have utilised state of the art pontoons supplied by Walcon Marine, installed by local company Irvins and equipped with smart metered electrical supplies by Rolec. This has been a great partnership - we’re very pleased with the service and quality of the completed Pier D and know from early comments that our customers here are similarly impressed. We’ll now turn our attention to further phases of the project, which will provide the first opportunity since the marina was built in the 1960s to tailor it precisely to the needs of berth holders and visitors today.” Pier D is connected to a new Walcon 160m (523ft) rear walkway and has 22 widely spaced finger pontoons and 58m (190ft) of continuous alongside berthing. Three further piers (C to A) with fingers that gradually reduce in length and spacing, will be added along the length of this walkway in line with demand. The layout was designed jointly by Tingdene and Walcon to enable phase one to be built around the existing marina. The old pontoons will be removed in stages as Piers C, B and A are added. Walcon used its System 2000 aluminium pontoons for the project and provided technical assistance where required. Walcon and Tingdene have an ongoing relationship. Walcon pontoons have been installed in recent years at Tingdene’s marinas at Royal Windsor Racecourse (Berkshire) and Pyrford (Surrey). Tingdene’s Thames & Kennet Marina, also in Berkshire, has Walcon pontoons installed by a previous owner. In addition to renewing Hartford’s pontoons, Tingdene has other plans. “In parallel with this development, we’re doubling our staff team in the Tingdene Boat Sales office so that we can reinforce the work we do with preowned boats and commence selling new boats onto the Great Ouse again, reinvigorating activity on this hidden gem of a river,” Arber explained. “We’re also looking at a renewal of the toilets and showers, to add to improvements already made to the houseboat pontoons, the building and other facilities at the marina,” he added. The marina, which can be accessed from the coast via The Wash, or from the canal network via the River Nene and Middle Levels, offers a full range of services including a workshop, chandlery, fuel and gas, and pump-out. Berth holders and visitors enjoy their boats in an extremely attractive country setting yet have all required facilities to hand and can reach the marina by car very easily. “Hartford Marina has an excellent reputation as a friendly place to visit and keep your boat, thanks to our highly experienced staff and wide range of facilities,” Arber said. “With this busy programme of improvements, we’re also confident it will become one of the notable destination marinas on the UK inland network. We expect a busy 2018 paying close attention to the requirements of our loyal berth holders as well as welcoming other boat owners to enjoy what is here.” www.marinaworld.com - July/August 2018 37

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