Bevan's are based on the Isle of Man and have been established since 1969. We specialise in Marine Electronics and Electical Engineering and hold agencies for all the main Marine Electronics manufacturers such as, Furuno, Raymarine, Simrad, B&G, Navitron, Icom, Prestolite, Olex, Navionics and CMAP charts.
Bevan's cover all types of marine vessels commercial and pleasure craft, we can also supply, install and maintain diesel gensets, solar panels, chargers and other power supply systems as well as autopilots, communication and navigation equipment. DC motors and alternators can be reconditioned in our workshop and parts sourced for most makes.
Rewires and repairs can be carried out at any location around the Isle of Man.
Address: Bevan limited, Unit 2 Brickworks, Mill Road, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1TB
We sell products from Yamaha, MerCruiser, Yanmar, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, Scanstrut, Blue sea, Icom, Racor and Attwood.
In any market, anywhere in the world, there is always someone who sells the most products. Being number one in a specific country or region is one thing, but being number one in the world is something very special. Yamaha have been the number one manufacturer of outboard engines for a very long time. To attain this position is an achievement in itself. But to maintain this position for such a period requires a level of commitment and technological innovation which is unique.
It is not just the quality of the technology which encourages people to choose Yamaha; it is also the passion and understanding that Yamaha have for the marine environment. Yamaha marine engineers work with all forms of marine products from engines to boats to personal watercraft. Their enthusiasm and knowledge is what keeps Yamaha at the cutting edge of marine technology and keeps Yamaha as the number one manufacturer of outboard engines in the world.
Address: Bottom Line Ltd, Unit 8 Side Road, Middle River Industrial Estate, Douglas Isle of Man, IM2 1AL
The Douglas Bay Yacht Club was formed in the 1860's by retired naval officers and local merchants living in Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man. By the 1890's there was a flourishing racing programme, featuring large cutters with professional crews, racing in Douglas Bay and offshore. This continued until the First World War in 1914 when the Club ceased operations.
Club sailing in Douglas did not start again until 1957 when Douglas Motor Boat & Sailing Club was set up with premises in St Georges Street. The Club moved in 1977, taking over and refurbishing the Trafalgar Tavern on the South Quay. It held regular Cruiser Racing on the sea in the summer and Dinghy Racing on the West Baldwin reservoir in winter. In 1991 the Club acquired the rights to the original name and changed to the Douglas Bay Yacht Club.
Address: Douglas Bay Yacht Club, The Tongue, Douglas, IM1 5AQ
RYA Courses, Sailing Training Courses, Water Sports
We are all wrapped up after a brilliant 2017 season. We’ve seen four new Instructors join our team, all of them starting their sailing careers at 7th Wave! The Manx Youth Sailing Squad has been making a big impression on the national and international scene, Teddy Dunn finished the season ranked 3rd in the UK and Peter Cope 6th. We ran our first This Girl Can weekend and by popular demand this will be happening again in 2018. Plus put a note in your diaries for RYA Push The Boat Out events at 7th Wave in May.
Address: 7th Wave, Strand Road, Port Erin, IOM, IM9 6HF