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TOPIC: Crane to lift a 26 ton widebeam on Thames

Crane to lift a 26 ton widebeam on Thames 05 Mar 2020 19:55 #114213

Hi, my son has delivered and collected boats from South Dock, Surrey Quays. Looking at their website, they can manage up to 20tons but have space ( and presumably contact information ) for larger mobile cranes, see www.southwark.gov.uk/leisure-and-sport/south-dock-marina/boatyard-and-other-services
Brendan
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Crane to lift a 26 ton widebeam on Thames 04 Mar 2020 11:35 #114138

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Thanks Andy, good to see you're still about - we've returned to Europe boating sfter a gap of 3 years, you'll no doubt answer some of our questions again..

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Crane to lift a 26 ton widebeam on Thames 03 Mar 2020 18:05 #114102

Butcher Marine. Mike Butcher Tel: 07860 191981.

If your boat has come out of the water or been put into it in the last 15 years Mike probably did it! Based at the EA site at Caversham Lakes, Mike offers a wide range of services to both steel and GRP boat owners.

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Andy Soper
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You don't need a barge to join - a dream of boating in Europe will do'. See www.barges.org

Crane to lift a 26 ton widebeam on Thames 03 Mar 2020 17:32 #114100

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Anyone with information on a crane big enough to lift a 60 x 10 foot 26 tonne widebeam on the Thames?

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