MJS Boat Transport

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This Sealine S34 was collected from the Mayflower Marina in Plymouth and delivered to its new owner at Largs Marina on the Clyde.
This Sealine F34 Flybridge cruiser was collected from Port Solent and safely delivered to its proud new owner at the Holy Loch Marina on the Clyde.
A lovely Sealine S34 ‘Fendorf’ arriving at Hamble Point Marina after being collected from Brundall Bay Marina in Norfolk.
This Westerly Discuss fin-keel yacht was collected from Chichester and moved to her new home at Largs Marina on the Clyde.
Yacht ‘Minimus’ being delivered to its new storage location near the Clyde for the completion of a substantial restoration programme.
A lovely Haines 320 motor cruiser ‘Lyndale Park’ loaded at Bray Marina, near Windsor, and ready for the journey to its new sailing waters at Cameron House Marina on Loch Lomond.
This beautiful Ruffian yacht ‘Ruff and Ready’, plus its own road trailer, was collected from Carrickfergus Marina in Northern Ireland and delivered to Royal Forth Yacht Club at Granton in Edinburgh.
This Nelson 34, an ex naval tender, was collected from Southampton and transported to Ardmaleish Boatyard on the Isle of Bute for complete restoration.
A lovely Sealine F33 'Bonnie Claire' being offloaded at its new home at St. Katherine's Dock on the Thames in London after the journey from Loch Lomond, Scotland.
  
‘Ariel’ a RIB safety/workboat from Calypso Marine on its way from Port Edgar Marina, under the Forth bridges, to the Seawork 2010 exhibition at Southampton.
This beautiful Legend yacht 'Pure Jade' was collected from Holyhead Marina in Wales and delivered to its new proud owners at The Holy Loch Marina in Argyll.
An almost new Jeanneau Prestige 36 motor cruiser ‘Ekco One’ leaving Essex Boatyard on the long journey to Inverkip Marina on the Clyde.
This beautiful condition Sealine F34 ‘Delphi’ was moved from Kip Marina on the Clyde to Hamble Point, Southampton on behalf of Approved Boats who are based at Hamble Point Marina.
Motor cruiser ‘Demi Maria’ at Tarbet waiting for the police to escort us up the narrow lochside road to her new home at Ardlui Marina, Loch Lomond.
This Colvic Sunquest 29 ‘Tara’ was collected from Nayburn Marina, Yorkshire and transported, via Northlink Ferries at Aberdeen, all the way to Lerwick on the Shetland Islands.
A beautiful conditioned Nordstar 26 ‘Orphir’ leaving Craobh Haven Marina in Argyll on its way to the Forth Yacht Marine showroom at Grangemouth.
A 36’ aft-cabin motor cruiser loaded at Malahide Marina, Dublin and ready for the long journey, by road and ferry, to its new home at Dunstaffanage Marina, Argyll.
Another Sealine Flybridge cruiser collected from Lake Windermere, Cumbria and delivered to its new sailing waters at Cameron House Marina, Loch Lomond.