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Advertising Feature Fitting out with Shipmates Chandlers


team have many years of experience in all aspects of maintenance & repairs including, correct preparation of your boat prior to painting, life raft & lifejacket servicing, mooring lines, anchors and ground tackle, halyards & rope work. We have a detailed understanding of what makes a yacht go quickly and can provide advice on equipment upgrades and fit outs.


S We offer advice on our range of equipment,


what is best suited to your needs and how it will interface with your other equipment onboard. We buy the right equipment for your style of onboard living.


We listen to your needs & your budget and then advise on what will work best for you. We share with you the discounts we have negotiated with our suppliers so you get better prices plus the benefits of our experience and advice.


Buying a new or new to you boat? We offer advice on the latest and best equipment to fit en- abling you set up the boat in the best way for your needs from the outset. We are on hand during all stages of ownership with advice to help you until you are familiar with the boat and its equipment. We also have many years experience of supplying the best equipment necessary for MCA coding for charter work.


Open 7 Days a week, we are here to supply all the latest gear and equipment whatever your boating needs.


hipmates Chandlers are here to help when you come to prepare your boat again for the coming season. Chris Robinson and his


Here are some of the latest products to come to the market this spring.


New Navi Light 360°


Navi Light 360º is an ideal light source for many recreational activities and is extremely efficient in increasing your visibility in an emergency situation. It projects a high-intensity light while con- suming little power, is robust and waterproof and has a versatile magnetic attachment system.


Originally designed as an emergency beacon in a Man Overboard (MOB) situation, the light will continue to work when you are in the water. Or if someone


else falls into the water, you can throw it in after them, as a MOB marker. It will float light facing up! Navi light 360º will operate continuously for 24 hours or for 5 full days in flashing mode.


As well as the all round white and strobe modes, this handy light has a lower power mode for use as an anchor light and two quad- rant modes to allow for use as an emergency ‘steaming’ or stern light if your existing unit fails.


There is also a tricolour version which makes a superb nav light for sailboats without battery power or can be used in quadrant mode to replace either port, starboard or stern lights in a unit failure situation. Price £49.95


New Flexible Multi-fit Fender


The very latest multi fit flexible profile fender in high quality moulded plastic with brass inflation valve. Can be fixed with rope, screws, bolts, webbing or cable ties (not included). This new improved design easily and securely fits on to any boat, RIB, pon- toon, pole or dock edge to protect your


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FOR BOAT LAUNCHING, RECOVERY AND STORAGE


NEW BOAT SALES Motor


Ribs & Tenders Aluminium motor/rowing


ENGINES/SERVICING Main Agents


1 Mayors Avenue, Dartmouth TQ6 9NF Tel: 01803 833500


Surveying yachts & motor boats


www.yachtsofdartmouth.co.uk Please mention By The Dart when responding to adverts. To advertise here, please call 01803 835740 or email mark@bythedart.co.uk


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