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Beale Park Report

Beale Park Report

If you are still thinking about going to the Beale Park Boat Show then that's tough because it is all over! Our stripey stand is all packed away and most of the goods have been put back in the wrong place at the shop. I know the show pretty well because we used to exhibit under the guise of Flints Marine but because of the kerfuffle with the take over of Arthur Beale's we decided to skip the show last year. Things have...

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Lost rivers of London

A talk about Arthur Beale's history and the Lost Rivers of London by Stephen Myers. Stephen Myers has worked in the water industry all his life and has overseen large projects all over the world. You might have thought that after work he would turn his mind to non-watery things but Stephen has had a long fascination with the Lost Rivers of London. He is currently finishing work on a new publication due to be released early next year. His talks are highly informative and completely fascinating. It has always been stated that Arthur Beale's was originally a Rope Maker...

Rocna Blog

Rocna Blog

Arthur Beale’s are now stocking Rocna and Fortress Anchors. Luckily our decision regarding anchor choice was very easy as all the hard research had been done a few years ago while planning a trip to the world’s most Northerly volcano on the remote Arctic Island of Jan Mayen. The island has no secure anchorage so one of the biggest dilemmas was how to leave the yacht and the anchor crew in safety whilst we climbed the mountain. The choice of anchor and chain would be crucial to the success...

Blue Trout

Blue Trout

If you have recently been to South Dock Marina in Rotherhithe then you would have had the opportunity to rest your eyes on this lovely Dallimore yacht. Blue Trout has been moored in the dock for many years but the brightwork is normally protected from the sun with lots of blue covers so it is a real treat when they all come off! She looks quite wonderful. The designer Norman E. Dallimore had a great eye for small...

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