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Recent Projects

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Lossiemouth

Lossiemouth

United Kingdom
Jersey

Jersey

United Kingdom
Strathclyde Country Park

Strathclyde Country...

United Kingdom
Youghal

Youghal

Ireland

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Next year, local and visiting leisure craft to Stornoway Harbour will be enjoying a new 76 berth marina, protected by a state-of-the-art breakwater courtesy of Inland and Coastal https://t.co/oZoIzoGhrt #marina #marineindustry https://t.co/S8RFYaOwcB icms_ltd photo

Last week's UK Harbour Master Association's Autumn Seminar, gave insight and kept us up to date with industry developments. We also sponsored the evening refreshments helping to make it a very successful event. https://t.co/6pLSkmV62a icms_ltd photo

We're proud to be the UK and Ireland supplier of the @Seabin_project. The bins help remove plastic waste from the marine ecosystem and are really easy to install in marinas, harbours and yacht clubs. Get in touch and we’ll come and tell you more. https://t.co/Scv8ZExIpq icms_ltd photo

We’ve started manufacturing and exporting 6m wide breakwaters from our factory in Ireland, installing them in some far-flung places around the world. https://t.co/10JfnNGPIR icms_ltd photo

We had a great time recently at the @britishmarine Autumn Inland Conference in Leeds to keep abreast of what is happening in the industry https://t.co/eZZ50exDg3 https://t.co/p8sHY4esHw icms_ltd photo

At @metstrade our stand, which featured a section of our high quality breakwater units, caught the eye of leading Marina figures – Jon White, General Manager, TYHA and Brian Bransgrove, CEO, Marina Industries Association. https://t.co/kWDQz71CJz icms_ltd photo

Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Next year, local and visiting leisure craft to Stornoway Harbour will be enjoying a new 76 berth marina, protected by a state-of-the-art breakwater.

With demand currently exceeding supply for berthing facilities in Stornoway, we’re installing our standard marina walkway and finger pontoons as part of Stornoway Port Authority’s 2017 Masterplan. Our GRP minimesh decked pontoons will provide the much-needed additional marina berths, all with excellent anti slip properties.

Situated on the Isle of Lewis, the marina’s location makes access to the mainland and construction plant challenging.

“Being in the Hebrides has its logistical issues when it comes to installation, but we always find a solution,” explains Brian Curley, Inland and Coastal Senior Project Manager. “Assembling the pontoons offsite really helps timewise and reduces the amount of specialist machinery needed in-situ.”

“This exciting project will also incorporate a new slipway and boat hoist, enabling the marina to offer boat yard services to visitors and port users,” continues Brian. “We are delighted to be involved in such a prominent project in Scotland, which will be enjoyed by locals, sailors from aboard and the wider community long into the future.”

Contact Brian Curley on + 353 (0) 57 915 3963 to find out more about our pontoon ranges and unique decking options.
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Big thank you to Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd for joining the Ocean Protection Project. For more information please visit www.inlandandcoastal.com. ✌ 🌊
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Jon, our UK Sales Manger, was up in London last week at the UK Harbour Master Association's Autumn Seminar, keeping up with developments and gaining insight from a range of industry speakers. Here's Jon with UKHMA President, Julian Seaman and also with other conference delegates enjoying Inland and Coastal sponsored evening refreshments. An interesting and enjoyable conference.
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
SeaBin is an innovative waste collection solution, designed specifically for installation in harbours and marinas, and we’re proud to be the UK and Ireland supplier.

The bins help remove plastic waste from the marine ecosystem. In the last 18 months we have supplied approx. 50 SeaBins across the British Isles.

A SeaBin sits in the water and moves up and down with the tide. It catches waste such as plastic bottles and microplastics as small as 2mm in diameter. A single SeaBin can collect up to 1.4 tons of litter each year – the equivalent of 90,000 plastic bags or 35,700 disposable cups – but costs as little as 80p a day to run.

“Through our work in the marina sector, designing, manufacturing and installing various types of water access systems around the world we have seen the effect of rubbish in our oceans and waterways,” says Leon Cunningham, our Product Distribution Manager. “A SeaBin is a wonderful tool to help tackle this issue and we are delighted to be part of the SeaBin project and play our part in reducing the waterborne waste.”

It’s straightforward to install SeaBins in marinas, harbours and yacht clubs, so get in touch and we’ll come and talk you through the process.
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
This year we’ve started manufacturing and exporting 6m wide breakwaters from our factory in Ireland, installing them in some far-flung places around the world.

“We’re making increasingly larger breakwaters to meet the growing demand,” says Maeve Parker, Inland and Coastal Senior Marina Engineer, “to attenuate waves in more exposed sites. Plus, there’s been a significant growth in the number of superyachts requiring larger floating berths.

“We make them in Ireland. Our manufacturing process is tightly controlled to ensure all our breakwaters are of the high-quality people expect from Inland and Coastal. The shipping is always a fun challenge, but the results are well worth it.”

Like all our breakwater products, the 6m-wides are manufactured in an ISO9001 certified environment. Made from high strength C50/60 concrete and galvanised steel reinforcing bar, these breakwaters have correct cover in line with Eurocode 2 for Tidal, Splash and Spray Zones (XS3), a high quality finish and a GRC skin base to protect the internal polystyrene.

Designed to Eurocode 2 to satisfy the loads from lifting, transportation, mooring, berthing, connections and environmental loadings, our 6m breakwaters have unparalleled durability.
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
Inland and Coastal Marina Systems Ltd
We keep abreast of developments in the marine industry by visiting shows and conferences across the marine world, like the British Marine Autumn Inland Conference in Leeds, which John Challis, our Business Development Manager, attended.

“Conference delegates were encouraged to invest in their businesses and promote sustainable practices to encourage the emerging new consumer groups identified by research commissioned by Jon White from TYHA,” says Jon.

‘We’ve been making life easier for marina and harbour operators for years, replacing older, first generation pontoons with modern, more sustainable equipment,” continues. “Our flexible designs for either low or higher freeboard, high residual buoyancy pontoons combined with innovative access gangways give safe, secure and more comfortable water access to users, especially first-time users or those less confident.”

Further to this British Marine’s CEO, Lesley Robinson, welcomed feedback from inland operators about how it can adapt and offer greater support to inland boating and pledged to facilitate an ‘Inland Marine Expo’ in 2020.

There was also a strong presence from the Canal and River Trust (CRT). Partnership Manager at the Trust, Simon Papprill, emphasised the role of the trust in making the waterways accessible, and ensuring their assets were maintained and operating efficiently.