We believe that Coastworks is characterised by the following strengths:
All our workboats are certified by the MCA and operate under the workboat code.
19m x 6m x 2.3m
2 x Caterpillar 3408, total 940hp
15t hydraulic towing winch & 5t hydraulic capstan
15.25m x 4.85m x 2.5m
415hp 12v71 GM engine thru 5:1 twin disk and kort steering nozzle
6.25t bollard pull
MCA Workboat Code Category 2 (60nm from a safe haven)
10.6m x 3.6m x 1.1m draft
160BHP Daewoo MD136 Engine thru 3:1 reduction gearbox
1.6t bollard pull
MCA Workboat Code of Practice RYA CAT 3
Length 15m, Breadth 9m; Moulded Depth 1.73m
MCA workboat cat 2, 60 miles from a safe haven
18m x 8.5m x 0.73m (all 16 sections)
Length: 34.3m; Breadth: 18.9m; Moulded Depth: 2.74m
Full UK loadline issued by MCA
943t @ 7tm2
30m x 11.2m x 2.5m
Max 80t crawler crane
400t @ 6tm2
Length: 6.1m; Breadth: 2.5m; Moulded Depth: 1.5m
Each unit can take up to 10t
55m x 18m x 3m
300t - 350t
Length: 25m; Breadth: 12m; Moulded Depth 2.8m
MCA Workboat Code
70t crane or 80t excavator
Length: 44m; Breadth: 8m; Moulded Depth: 2.8m
Remote controlled hydraulic open/close system
335m3 or 637t capacity
4 available. 2 on the West Coast & 2 on the East Coast
49m x 9m x 3.4m
Remote controlled open/close system
450m3 or 970t capacity
As Clydeport licenced linesmen we are able to assist with the berthing of vessels & barges.
Length: 5.05m Breadth: 1.95m
Various petrol and electric outboards available
2.5m diameter x 6m long
Nice photo of our CW-1 barge sent in today. I'm assuming (and hoping) that the bloke on the spudleg has been photoshopped in!
Nice shot of the CW-3 barge working at Hunter's Quay.
This year our chosen charity is Mitchell's Miracles Neuroblastoma Charity based in Romford, Essex. They provide financial assistance, raising awareness and support for families affected by Neuroblastoma. Should anyone wish to donate to our chosen charity, this can be done through the following link. https://www.mitchellsmiracles.co.uk/
Excellent work by Clyde Outboard Services. Cannot recommend these guys enough.
A few more photos of our CW-6 & CW-7 barges working in Dublin currently. Thanks to our client L&M Keating for the photos.
Brodick linkspan chop up going well.
CW-1 & NP470 barges being moved around by Challenger while working at Hunter's Quay.
CW-1 barge sitting off Hunter's Quay, Dunoon at the weekend. Thanks to Tony for the photo.
Brodick linkspan floated out on the CW-5 barge.
We are always on the lookout for new additions to our fleet, either workboats, barges, winches
and cranes etc. If you have something that may be of interest to us, please drop us a email.
We occasionally sell some of our vessels and will be listing them here in this
section of our website. If any of these items are on interest, please click to make an enquiry.
Perhaps you have something for sale that you would like us to list on our website,
please click to send email to find out more.