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Boatworks announces management team restructure

Boatworks announces management team restructure

Wednesday 11 May 2022

Boatworks announces management team restructure

Wednesday 11 May 2022

Boatworks has announced a reorganisation of its management team as it continues to implement its development strategy since Peter Tom’s acquisition of the business in June 2021.

Previous general manager, Stuart Tucker, has been promoted to managing director, while Dale Acton has been appointed as executive director of the marine services and chandlery business.

Mr Tucker’s new role includes added responsibility for the company’s external engagement, particularly with local government and business groups focused on the quayside’s regeneration and growing the local maritime economy. 

Mr Acton will support Mr Tucker on day-to-day operations to ensure customers receive a high-quality service and technical excellence. 

Both men have been described by the company has having “invaluable professional and voluntary maritime experience, enabling them to bring the best of Boatworks to every customer and vessel they service”.


Pictured: Boatworks is located next to the model yacht pond. 

Boatworks Chairman, Peter Tom CBE, said: “Having stabilised the business and implemented a programme of new investment, I’m delighted that Stuart and Dale will lead us into our next phase of development.

Both have extensive knowledge and a passion for Guernsey’s marine community, making them the perfect choice to drive the continued growth of the business. 

“They will play an important role in ensuring St. Peter Port is synonymous with innovative, excellent maritime services.”

Pictured top L-R: Managing Director Stuart Tucker and Executive Director Dale Acton. 

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