A List of Marine Suppliers
Recommendations from FOA Members

Specifications

  • This is a list of marine suppliers who your fellow FOA members have found to be of benefit. They might be of interest to you.

    Notes:

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List:

1.

•Products: Comprehensive Boat and Yacht Chandler, specialising in s/s.

•Supplier: Sea-Screw (www.Sea-Screw.com)

•Comment: They have a really good website showing a huge range of s/s fittings.

•FOA Member: David Monks

 

2. 

•Products: Marine Switches, Circuit Breakers and ELCI/GFCIs.

•Supplier: Carling Technologies (www.carlingtech.com) 

•Comment: Carling Technologies were very helpful as was their retailer M E C Marine who have a large stock and gave an efficient delivery service. I think the price was very good also.

•FOA Member: David Monks

 

3. 

•Products: British Boat Brassware, Chandlers, Metal Polishers, Engineers & Founders.

•Supplier: P.R.O. Cast Nottingham (www.procastnott.com)

•Comment: They provided an excellent refurbishment (re-chroming) of four portholes at a most reasonable cost (see Forum post 'The cost of refurbishing portholes (an example) dated 9 June 2015). They also have an impressive website with an extensive range of products.

•FOA Member: Paul Flint

 

4.

•Products: Versatile Marine provides a comprehensive marine support service ranging from an extensive chandlery to workshop facilities. Common parts manufactured are propellor shafts, rudder shafts, rudder bearings, shaft couplings, rollers, sheaves and bushes.

•Supplier: Versatile Marine (www.versatilemarine.co.uk)

•Comment: A quick phone call followed by submission of a photo and dimensions of my existing roller produced a quote of under £40 for two scoop pattern rollers CNC machined from acetal.

•FOA Member: Charles Morland