Back in April (See news article: "Who you Gonna Call"), Jenkins Marine was called to complete emergency repairs at a section of Poole Quay. Following emergency piling works to stabilise the failed quay wall at the residential/marina development, further detailed design and engineering works have been completed to produce a design for a more permanent repair... Read More
UNION flags were waving for the arrival cruise ship Boudicca in Poole Harbour with hundreds of D-Day veterans on board. The arrival of the MV Boudicca on Tuesday morning was doubly exciting as it was the largest ship ever to have docked at Poole Harbour - assisted by Jenkins Marine's tug Handfast Read More
Who you gonna call? Obviously Jenkins Marine! Well, when you have a marine emergency anyway. And that's exactly who got called to carry out some emergency piling work in Poole when part of the quayside collapsed.
Jenkins marine have for many years been involved with regular refit and docking work for the sandbanks chain ferry, operated by the Bournemouth Motor Road and Ferry Company. Every 2 years the ferry must be removed from it's running chains for surveys, inspections, maintenance and general upkeep. Read More
Jenkins Marine's self-propelled Spud Leg Pontoon utility vessel Doreen Dorward is currently dredging in Portsmouth harbour for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in preparation for the installation of some new heritage pontoons to allow the addition of more historic vessels at the site... Read More
Jenkins Marine are thrilled to announce the addition of JML30 to their fleet; a new flat top, deck cargo barge. JML30 is the latest addition to the Jenkins Marine fleet and is a 30m by 11.2m pontoon equipped with 2 x14m spud legs for precise positioning, and a 6t/m2 deck loading. Read More
Jenkins Marine’s Multi-Cat AVON is currently back assisting in the recovery of the historic HMS Invincible. Bournemouth University are working in partnership with MAST (Marine Archaeology Sea Trust) Read More