From specialist vessel charter to dredging and marine support operations, Jenkins Marine continues to provide a comprehensive service to any organisation or individual seeking to undertake work in a marine environment. Founded in 1988 the company continues to operate as a family business with a reputation for fast, reliable and expert marine services. With a fleet of over 20 specialist vessels including split hopper barges, flat top pontoons, multi-role vessels, tugs and workboats, there are few tasks they cannot accomplish.
Dredging services are high on the list of requirements for Jenkins Marine customers, including capital and maintenance dredging of harbours and marinas, and term maintenance dredging contracts for high profile clients (including local port authorities and international contractors). Jenkins Marine also provide dredging vessel charter to support other contractors' operations.
Jenkins Marine vessels regularly operate all around the UK coast as well as in Northern Europe and are certificated by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency, including both workboats up to 24m and larger vessels up to 50m. Charter is available for both operated vessels, including Tugs and multi-role, as well as bareboat charter of flat top deck cargo barges and hopper barges. Ultra-shallow draft multirole vessels with self-elevating spud legs are a speciality, as are operations near to shore.
Based centrally on the South coast of England in Poole, Jenkins Marine is ISO certified and delivers high standards of service backed by professional and capable crews.
Barges and Workboats. Charter of self-propelled split hopper barges and flat top spud leg barges. MCA coded workboats from 5m - 30m LOA, tugs up to 15t BP & multicat type workboats.
Dredging. Backhoe based Capital and Maintenance Dredging projects, based south coast UK.
Tugs & Barges. Charter of flat top, self-propelled and spud legs barges. MCA coded tugs and workboats up to 15t BP. Road transportable pontoons and workboats.
Vessel charter. Piling. Bed Levelling/Plough.