Winter dredging is well underway again with the new look split hopper barges Nab and Needles both back hard at work in the Solent area. Working together with our 30m x 9m backhoe dredger ‘Doreen Dorward’ and her onboard 50t long reach excavator, they enable dredging to continue around the clock to support marinas on the South Coast. They will be kept busy until Easter 2022 dredging Marinas!
The winter dredging season got under way this month at Haslar Marina with our Multi-role dredging veteran Doreen Dorward and a new look split hopper barge NAB on site to carry out the work. The 300m³ capacity self-propelled, split hopper barge returns to work after a few months of refit work to install a new wheelhouse and bowthruster! Read More
With the start of our Winter 2020 dredging season, we kicked off early in November from our home port of Poole, headed for Southampton, River Hamble and then ventured west up to Chichester Harbour and are imminently on our way to the Isle of Wight to continue on for the next few months. Read More
Jenkins Marine are back dredging in Haslar Marina for marina operators Dean and Reddyhoff. Haslar is an all tide 650 berth marina which requires regular maintenance dredging and this year there is an estimated 30,000m3 to dredge Read More
Jenkins Marine have been successful in securing a significant new long term dredge contract with international Marina owners and operators Marina Developments Limited (MDL).
MDL own several marinas on the south coast of England and Jenkins Marine have signed a new 3 year contract to provide maintenance dredging services for the Solent based sites, and surrounding areas. Read More
Jenkins Marine’s Dredging equipment has been kept busy this summer working near Fleetwood. 30m x 9m Backhoe Dredger ‘Doreen Dorward’ fitted with our 48t long reach excavator, and self propelled 300m3 capacity split hopper barge ‘NAB’ have been working for Specialist Marine Civil Engineering Firm ‘J. Murphy’ to provide dredging assistance for the installation of a large wastewater outfall in Anchorsholm. Read More