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The range of products and services offered by us, our other group companies or selected business partners include:
Oceanic Yachts Limited, Oceanic Investment Corporation Limited, Burness Corlett Three Quays Group
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You are responsible for informing us of any change in your details, such as a change of address. You have a right to ask us to correct any inaccuracies in the information we hold about you.
You have a right to ask what information we hold about you. We will charge you a small fee for this (the statutory fee is currently £10).
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If you are under 16 please do not provide us with any personal information unless you have the permission of your parent or guardian to do so.
Telephone calls to us may be recorded and/or monitored for training purposes
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Classic gentlemen’s yacht built in 1929
Built in 1949 by J.I. Thornycroft & Company in Southampton, Balmoral is listed as part of the National Heritage Fleet
Built in 1946, Waverley is listed as part of the National Heritage Fleet
BCTQ advised the owner of this former Clyde triple screw turbine steamer
BCTQ provided the services of a naval architect/surveyor
BCTQ attended on board Oil Fuel Hulk C77 lying afloat at Pembroke Dock
BCTQ conducted a full structural survey of this iron vessel
55m ice-class expedition yacht built by Pendennis
71m diesel electric motor yacht
78m Abeking and Rasmussen built motor yacht.
115m Lurssen built motor yacht for worldwide cruising.
119m innovative private motor yacht built at HDW Shipyard and suitable for world wide cruising.
115m Explorer Yacht built by lloydwerft in Germany.
162m Blohm & Voss built motor yacht with diesel electric propulsion and currently the world’s largest vessel intended for private use.
Three 73m double ended Ro-Ro ferries providing a “floating
bridge” service between Torpoint and Plymouth.
80m Multi-Purpose Diesel Electric Semi Submersible Pontoon buily by Damen Shipyard.
94m RoRo Ferry Fleet for Red Funnel in Southampton.
39m Rapid Intervention Vessel, for response to any incident in the English Channel, built at the Remontowa Shipyard in Poland.
Two 59m brigs designed for the Sail Training Association.
79m RoRo Cargo & Passenger ferry.
84m Multi Function Diesel Electric Buoy Handling Tender
for Trinity House.
99m Diesel-electric Antarctic Research Vessel, designed to
operate in temperatures as low as minus 40°C.