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Liverpool Water Witch - world leaders in marine pollution control

Liverpool Water Witch is a family-run business established in 1966, building innovative multi-purpose environmental vessels for debris removal and waterway maintenance.

We offer a wide range of versatile vessels in steel and aluminium for sale or hire, designed using advanced CAD techniques based on tried & time-tested designs to your exact specifications and requirements.

Our products are currently in service world-wide, operating in numerous countries including: Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, USA, South Africa, Western Australia and throughout Europe.

Contact us - we can help solve your waterway maintenance problems today!

Latest News

Modular Floating Pontoons, Platforms, Docks

Water Witch have recently introduced a brand new range of road transportable aluminium docks and work platforms.


Water Witch Workboat's latest build, 'Urgarbi IV' recently went into service in Bilbao, Spain in November 2013.

The Mark 3 surface dredger took 30 weeks to build and is fitted with a high capacity mesh scoop attachment for recovering all types of floating debris, from small styrofoam cups to larger items.


Mk. 2 Water Witch To Hydro-Electric Dam

A Water Witch has recently gone into service in Iligan, the Philippines ? the 72nd vessel of this design to be built.


Buddy Boat For Olympic Park

Prior to the 2012 Olympic Games our Buddy hire boat went into service cleaning up the waterways on the Olympic Park site in East London. The boat was such a success that following completion of the games the contractor with responsibility for the on-going maintenance of the prestigious site, The Landscape Group, commissioned the build of a 7m version.


Electric Powered Buddy Boat

An electric powered 8M Buddy is now in service working on the famous canals in Amsterdam for Waternet, the Government Authority responsible for the maintenance of the Dutch waterways.


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