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Old 04 September 2011, 03:09   #11
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Thanks very much, thats great, gives me a couple of options, because I think I need a cross between those 2 suggetions?, I will contact both companys this week I have replied to the thread Ian sugested but know reply as yet? as you will all know im new on this forum and I must say you all seem very friendly, I cant say to much about myself at the moment, (the legal bods wont let me) but I can assure you all, I wont be treading on any ones toes, with my venture and look forward to a long and friendly relationship with everyone, thanks again regards Mark
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Old 05 September 2011, 11:17   #12
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Versadock would be my advice, I think they are based in Lymington ..... yes they are, here are the details

Versadock International
Anchor House, The Shipyard, Bath Road
Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 3YL, UK


Telephone +44 (0)1590 671300
Email - info@versadock.com
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Old 05 September 2011, 12:17   #13
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Please don't forget us at AQUA-DOCK ................... a similar product in many ways to the one suggested by Boris the Bold but, unlike theirs, ours is manufactured in the UK in Lancashire.

Our sales office and distribution facility is in Cheltenham, Glos.

Website is aqua-dock : Home

Thanks Guys,

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Old 07 September 2011, 14:38   #14
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In Beer in Devon they use pontoons on wheels, one end higher than the other to cope with the sloping beech. They are pulled up the beech with a winch and down the beech with a boat when required. The boats are pulled up the beech by winch and are pushed down the beech on greased runners (i presume they are greased) They seem very stable but are not Floating. Maybe you should take a look and see if you can get any ideas.
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Old 07 September 2011, 15:20   #15
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Thanks Cheese, I will trot down to devon and have a look, much appriciated Mark
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They are not the prettiest of things but it should give you some ideas, let me know when you're down, I might pop along.
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