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View updates on the refurbishment of our boatbuilding and repair workshops, 2014-15. Click the headlines to read more

  • Newsletter cover image Updated 01 resizedWhether you are in need of boat repairs, chandlery supplies, a marina berth or advice on how to start a career in the marine industry, the SYH Open Weekend is the perfect opportunity to find out more. 

     

  • Suffolk Yacht Harbour is fully committed to yacht refurbishment and provides specialist boat restoration and repair.  Recently we carried out a full refit of a Sigma 33 “Magic Moments” for father and son owners, Andy and Pelham Etherington. 

     Magic Moments website

     

  • Aquila website 1

    SYH has recently undertaken a refit conversion of the nearly new 27ft GRP motor boat Aquila from inland specification to a full seagoing coastal vessel.

  • Open weekend posterThanks to everyone who joined us over the weekend of 24-25 October to visit our bigger, brighter, better workshops. Don't forget there's still time to discuss any work we can carry out on your boat, including:

    • Coppercoat application
    • Topside resprays
    • Classic restorations
    • GRP repairs
    • Joinery services
  • Spraybay from the east and west endsVisitors to SYH will notice that construction work on the refurbished workshops is now complete. External cladding is in place and only the gable ends with their new vertical door mechanisms are awaiting final updates.

  • Old and new workshop areas, new gangway and fuel berth

    Refurbishment work continues on the SYH workshops, with the new roof and cladding being added to the existing building to create a much lighter building on the inside, with construction due to complete on schedule at the beginning of June. Meanwhile out in the marina, work on the fuel bay, crane bay, west harbour ramp and jetty E is now completed.

  • Extension nears completion

    Phase 1 of the workshop refurbishment is nearly completed with the extension now roofed and fitting out of the joinery and woodworking areas, machine shop and restrooms under way.

  • The extension and refurbishment of the SYH workshops is all on schedule. The old lean-to structure has been removed and the bank behind it has been excavated and reprofiled to make space for the new extension, with a retaining wall at the base of the slope. Steel uprights are in place and the concrete base slab has just been poured - photo shows the site before and after.

    Workshop extension before and after concrete base

  • New workshop front

    This winter will see a major extension and refurbishment of the SYH workshops providing 50% more workshop area, an enlarged and enhanced spray and coating workshop, and a dedicated woodworking machine shop.