Marine Techniques is run by dedicated Marine Surveyors and specialists who understand the requirements of boat owners and the pitfalls that can be encountered when purchasing any boat and those that occur during ownership.
We provide the highest quality marine surveys and a first class personal service wherever the location.
All of our surveyors qualifications are internationally recognized within the marine industry relating to boat construction, design, marine
engineering and management. All are members of the I.I.M.S. or Y.D.S.A.
We have many years experience in the industry and have been appointed by various institutions including insurance
companies, finance houses, M.C.A, M.E.C.A.L, Y.D.S.A and the R.Y.A.
Types of Survey:
We offer several types of survey, ranging from the full pre-purchase survey through to insurance and damage surveys.
In addition we also carry out full engine examinations plus our tailored three boat package.
Should you be considering buying a yacht, a small leisure craft or a commercial vessel we are here to help and will always take the time
to discuss your specific requirements.
Areas covered in the north-east include: North Shields, Newcastle, Amble, Hartlepool, South Ferriby & Hull
Marine surveyors in Hull, Hartlepool & Newcastle
Marine surveyors - North Shields, Tyne & Wear
Royal Quays Marina has been built around the historic Albert Edward Dock. Situated close to the entrance of the River Tyne, the marina is ideally placed for access to the open sea and for cruising in the sheltered waters of the River Tyne. The marina has 350 sheltered pontoon berths all equipped with water and electricity. Red diesel is available from the fuel pontoon. Marina staff are available 24 hours a day. Royal Quays Marina is accessible at all states of the tide from the River Tyne by way of a yacht lock. The marina operate a fully equipped boatyard with facilities for boat maintenance and repairs, with a 30 tonne mobile hoist. Royal Quays Marina, Albert Edward Dock, Coble Dene Road, North Shields NE29 6DU. Tel: 01912-728282
Marine surveyors - Newcastle-on-Tyne
The port of Newcastle is situated 10 miles east of the centre of Newcastle on the north bank of the Tyne River. The port of Newcastle is mainly used by the ferry services to provide North Sea crossings to Northern Europe and Sacandinavia. Port of Newcastle, Port of Tyne Authority, Maritime House, Tyne Dock, South Shields, Tyne and Wear Northumberland NE34 9PT.
There is also a yacht marina near Newcastle – St. Peters Marina has around 150 pontoon berths all with electricity and water and can accommodate vessels up to 120ft. Maintained depth is in excess of 2 Meters . Marina services include berthing , CCTV 24 hr security, engine servicing and repairs, hull repairs. There is crane lift up to 3 tons, chandlery and fuel sales.
Marine surveyors - Amble, Northumberland
Amble Marina lies in the North East coast of England on the banks of the river Coquet in the unspoilt Northumberland countryside. The local coastline includes Druridge Bay which forms part of the Northumberland Heritage coast. Amble Marina has 200 berths for vessels up to 26 metres LOA. Water and electricity are available for all berths with diesel available on site and petrol and gas available nearby. Amble Marina, Amble, Northumberland NE65 OYP. T: 01665-71216.
Marine surveyors - Hartlepool
Hartlepool Marina is a large modern marina facility operating 500 fully serviced pontoon berths together with additional quayside berths for vessels up to 50m LOA. Hartlepool marina runs full boatyard facilities with a 40 tonne lift. Hartlepool Marina, The Lock Office, Slake Terrace, Hartlepool TS24 0RU. Tel 01429-865744
Marine surveyors - South Ferriby, Burton on Humber
South Ferriby Marina is situated at the entrance of the non tidal River Ancholme providing easy access to the Humber and the North Sea. Access through the lock between the Ancholme and the Humber is normally possible 3 hours either side of high water. High water at South Ferriby is 20 minutes later than high water Hull. Moorings are available 1st April – 31st October, During the winter months there is ample storage ashore where there is water and electricity available. Boat movements ashore are carried out by the on site 30 tonne jib crane. Within the marina there is a brokerage and chandlery. Ferriby Marina, Red Lane, South Ferriby, Barton on Humber. DN18 6J. Tel 01652-635620
Marine surveyors - Port of Hull
In a prime location on the north bank of the River Humber, the Port of Hull is one of the UK’s leading foreign-trading ports. Regular short-sea services operate to Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltic states, and the port also benefits from worldwide deep-sea connections. The Port of Hull is the only passenger port on the Humber, handling nearly one million passengers per year. The port’s Rotterdam Terminal accommodates the super-cruise ferries operated by P&O Ferries on the Hull–Rotterdam crossing.
The port has a wide range of support industries including marine engineering, and ship repair for which dry docking and wet berths are available. ABP Hull, PO Box 1, Port House, Northern Gateway, Hull HU9 5PQ.
Hull Marina has pontoon berthing and lifting facilities up to 50 tones. Hull Marina, Warehouse 13, Kingston Street, Hull HU1 2DQ. Tel 01482-609960.