Marine Group

  • Cardiff 02920 343459
  • Aberystwyth 01970 611422

About Us

A fast growing marine company

About Us

A fast growing marine company

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The Marine Group is a comprehensive marine business, Providing marina berthing, drystack facilities, boatyard SERVICES and commercial property for the benefit of both marine leisure and marine commercial customers.

wales-map-2The company headquarters are based in Cardiff with additional facilities in Swansea and Aberystwyth. However, our team of marine engineers travel widely to repair and maintain boats across Wales, the south west of England and further afield.

The Marine & Property Group Ltd (Company no. 05799333)  is the parent company for Cardiff Marine Services Ltd (Company no. 01408506) and Aberystwyth Marina Ltd (Company no. 09426470) and is privately owned. In addition, the company also owns Cardiff Diesel Services Ltd (Company no. 03631857) and The Marine Group Finance Ltd (Company no. 10225502). The company boasts strong financial credentials allowing it to invest substantially in new capital development programmes as well as providing solid assurances to customers, suppliers and staff alike. The company currently employs 35 highly trained marine engineers, craftsmen and support staff.

The Marine & Property Group Ltd is accredited as a Living Wage employer with The Living Wage Foundation. The Living Wage Foundation recognises and celebrates the leadership shown by Living Wage employers across the UK.Print

 

 

Our chosen charity for 2017 is CLIC Sargent. To find out more visit www.clicsargent.org.uk

CLIC Sargent is a charity close to our company’s heart. We are proud to be supporting the work of this great charity through a series of events we are both organising and attending throughout 2017. Events include:

  • Charity car wash
  • Pub quiz night
  • Cardiff Dragon Boat Festival
  • Cardiff Half Marathon
  • River Wye 12k Swim

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The Marine Group is dedicated to providing high standards of customer service for both our leisure and commercial customers.

The company’s facilities are maintained to a high standard and together with partner businesses we are able to provide a comprehensive and professional service. Our facilities include:

  • 350 berths at Cardiff Marina
  • 165 berths at Aberystwyth Marina
  • 110 drystack spaces in Cardiff
  • A comprehensive boatyard in Cardiff
  • A Marine Service Centre in the heart of Swansea Marina
  • Mobile engineers able to travel to work on your boat and to provide quotations
  • Water injection dredging services
  • Boat sales and brokerage
  • Commercial property at our sites at Cardiff Marine Village, Cardiff Marina, Aberystwyth Marina and Swansea

We are always looking at ways we can expand the services we have to offer our valued customers. We strive to continuously develop our services and facilities to ensure we are at the forefront of the latest technologies available to boat owners.

First Class Facilities

The Marine Group works closely with leading industry brands, suppliers and manufacturers to ensure we are providing the best service to our customers.

We are official agents for the following leading industry brands:

  • Mercury/ Mercruiser Dealer
  • Yamaha Service Centre
  • Suzuki Service Centre
  • Yanmar Dealer
  • Tohatsu Service Centre
  • Beta Marine Dealer
  • Perkins Marine Dealer
  • Mermaid Marine Dealer
  • SDMO Dealer
  • 3M Gel Care Centre
  • Awlgrip Application Centre
  • International Paint Application Centre
  • Garmin Electronics Dealers
  • Hot Vac Osmosis treatment centre
  • Eberspacher Dealer
  • Dek-King Centre

Accreditations

The Marine Group recognises that our business activities connect very closely with the marine environment.

As a company we are committed to environmental improvement and support The Green Blue initiative of the British Marine Federation and the Royal Yachting Association. We have installed solar panels at our head office at Cardiff Marine Village and have recycling bins available across our sites. For more information on how to maintain, equip and operate your boat in an environmentally friendly manner please visit www.thegreenblue.org.uk

Wildlife: Please respect the wildlife in the marina, making every effort to avoid it. Please be sure to reduce your speed and check your wash in sensitive areas.

Noise: Please keep noise to a minimum to avoid disturbing your fellow berth holders or scaring the wildlife. This includes actions such as not over revving your engines, playing music quietly and tying down your halyards.

Litter: Please use the rubbish bins provided; please do not throw anything overboard or along the water’s edge. Recycling bins are provided, so please separate your rubbish. Don’t contaminate general waste with hazardous waste items.

Sewage: Please ensure all sewage and bilge water is pumped out in the correct manner at authorised pump out facilities.

Spillages: Please ensure you take care to avoid spillage or drips of oil, fuel or chemicals into the water.

Help stop the spread of aquatic invasive species by following three simple steps; check, clean and dry equipment when you leave the water.

 

 

The Environment

AS A COMPANY WE TAKE HEALTH AND SAFETY VERY SERIOUSLY.

We employ an external agency to ensure we have up to date advice on the latest regulations and policies and to support us with providing industry specific staff training. As a company we are CHAS registered and regularly audit and update our health and safety policies. logo-chas

We ask all our berth holders to familiarise themselves with the layout of our marinas and the emergency points containing life rings, ropes, ladders and fire extinguishers situated throughout our sites. The safety of our staff and customers is a priority to us and we ask that both respect our policies and notices around our sites to ensure that accidents and injuries are prevented.

  • Always wear a lifejacket when afloat
  • Children under 16 must be supervised at all times whilst on the premises
  • Running, swimming, diving and cycling are not permitted in the marina
  • Please report any damage or faults you observe on the pontoons to the Marina Office
  • Ensure all electric cables are in good condition before use and are run safely along the pontoons
  • Barbecues are not allowed aboard vessels in the marina or upon the pontoon
  • Pets must be kept on a lead while in public areas
  • All vessels berthed in the marina should maintain insurance
  • Please take extra care whilst on the pontoons during adverse conditions when the surface may be slippery
  • There is a first aid box in the Marina Office (available during office hours) but all vessels should have a comprehensive first aid kit on-board
  • Please be courteous to other marina users and staff at all times
  • A weather forecast and Local Notice to Mariners are displayed by the Marina Office please regularly check this information.

Health and Safety