Photos of early repair and dredging work in Calshot Harbour, March 2016.

Harbour works in progress early March 2016

Excavator dredging from the east harbour arm with extended arm used for the first time to give an additional 3m reach for ripping and excavating. Excavator dredging from the main west harbour arm
Fitting shutters to voids between pre-cast blocks in quay walls. Pumping concrete into voids
Growing stockpile of material excavated from harbour basin. Approximately 750 cubic meters to 1st March now on east beach. Sunrise over Big Point with MV Edinburgh engaged in fishing in the distance.
Assembling a steel cradle for pontoons Cutting a recess in concrete for installation of ladder using the Rockwheel
Operations on the east arm Further dredging and loading onto dumper truck
Two views of dredging from a floating pontoon to reach the centre of the harbour basin

Above: Action photos of the dredging of the central harbour basin from the pontoon.

Left: Ted Adam, the director of marine engineering contractors Sea & Shore who are carrying out the harbour work, with work in progress behind.