The SYH Blog
Following customer demand, especially from the racing fraternity, Nautix antifoul is now in stock in the chandlery.
There’s also a very good deal on the 2013 Reeds Almanac (RRP £45). It’s on sale in the SYH chandlery at £33.95 – which we believe is the best price around. It is an always-welcome Christmas gift.
Chris Wyatt, who has driven the travel hoists in recent years, has reached retirement age, but he will not be disappearing from the harbour. Chris is to continue working with the boat gang until November, covering the peak season for lift outs.
Then he is to take over operating the dredger during the winter months.
To coincide with the Meet the Professionals weekend, there will be a number of special offers and exclusive deals available in the chandlery.
Please talk to us about special orders for winter maintenances and upgrade projects, is the message. Competitive deals are always available, and advice comes free.
“That is where we score over online shopping,” said chandlery manager Richard Gadd. “We can help on owner installations. And we will always come on board and give advice if required.”
The improvement of the harbour infrastructure continues, with the deep-cleaning of the pontoons from the lightship to the eatern end of the marina now complete.
Another phase of the upgrading of the electrical system has also been completed, with all the hard-standing outlets now switched over to the new metering system.
The annual off-season dredging campaign will begin in November and the main target areas this time are A and B jetties (immediately to the east of the fuel pontoon).
The jetties will be completely removed and rebuilt, refurbished and replaced once the area has been dredged.