25 March 2009
Industry leader Noakes Boat & Shipyards has to ship owners' needs by creating a new do-it-yourself work on berrys Bay, North Sydney, and has once again invested heavily to the operation of the ecological footprint.
Back in the mid-1990s to Noakes berrys Bay was the first EPA approved the Court in Sydney Harbor. Fifteen years later, Noakes again under its environmental responsibilities very seriously, with the last full update their systems to transform the boat yard in a state-of-the-art facility with all the waste on site now.
As well as improving the environmental website has been redesigned to make room for the new DIY work with 8121 square meters now hard stand area.
Shipowners can to exploit this new DIY yard to clean, repair and anti-foul your boat using their own equipment, including hoses, ladders and power lead, with the water and electricity directly.
'Berry Bay - Noakes Yard is in the foreground'
Commercial shipyards successfully alongside their owners on their own boats, "said Noakes Group managing director Sean Langman.
"While Noakes offers full slides, maintenance and repair services including shipwright, rigging, antifouling, polishing, manufacturing, spray painting, the owner will have the opportunity to reduce their costs by removing from the lower-day for the DIY sector and only paying for the water and energy they use.
"I think this is just for the DIY-sector work in Sydney Harbor and the enlargement of the Noakes was hard, there will be one of the most ecologically sensitive areas of hard standing in Sydney," Langman added.
The DIY range at berrys Bay is open for business on 1 April 2009.
Noakes Group expands services to other boat owners and boat supply scheme to attract mainland boaters who wish to bring them in the pristine waters of the Huon River in Tasmania. Noakes Boat interstaters soon offer delivery to the Kermandie Marina, once a month, airport pickup and drop off and hotel adjacent to the marina.