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About our company

Electrical Marine Services was formally set up on the 1st Jan 2015.

 

The company works on the M4 Corridor from Portishead to Swansea, Gower, and Llanelli.

 

We provide a full end to end service for our clients, from Minor alterations, such as additional socket, to full installations of a navigation suite.

 

We work in partnership with the owner to identify the exact requirements, of any installation, and have third part liability.

 

Installations of solar charging/power systems, all completed with the utmost care to craft and personal.

 

Electrical Marine Services is working in partnership with various manufacturers and suppliers, we are able to provide most equipment. Ask for a quote.

In regard to Brexit, this announcement from our registration bodies was received on the 19th July 2016.

"It is worth noting that, once passed, all EU directives are transposed into UK legislation, allowing us the flexibility to devise our own laws on how we reach the agreed goals. As such, there is no direct need for us to change any of our technical regulations following the Brexit result. For example, the Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) is transposed into UK law as the Statutory Instrument, the Recreational Craft Regulations 2004. This means that after leaving the EU, UK boatbuilders will still have to comply with the existing RCD as it is a UK Statutory Instrument (law). Ince and Co effectively addresses this point in its presentation 'Ince and Co Implications for Business'.     

 

In addition, as Europe is our largest export market, those UK boat manufacturers who wish to export their product to EU member states will still have to comply with the product safety regulations in that market (RCD), just as they would have to meet the product safety regulations within the US or Brazil if they wished to export to those markets."