Trinity Marine

Trinity Marine in the UK specializes in finding and restoring old nautical artifacts. If you like to decorate your home or office with some old ships artifacts take a browse around the Trinity web site or even its special Portholes site.

Ships that Trinity have salvaged portholes & fittings from recently include: SS France, Kenya Castle & HMS Fearless (Harland & Wolff), Olympia & MV Aureol (Alexander Stephen & Sons), Windsor Castle (Cammell Laird), HMS Vengeance (Swan Hunter).

Trinity Marine’s Description


General Merchants for over 30 years, based near Exeter, southwest England, in the countryside where life is a little gentler. Our approach to business is to make small profit per item in large quantities, rather than the other way around something which makes us stand out in the Marine Industry.

Another reason why we stand out from the crowd is because of our selection of reclaimed portholes and fittings that you wont find anywhere else. We have become well known for our unrivaled selection and quantity of original ships fittings and boat fittings.

Due to quantities we have always been able to sell original fittings and fixtures from these ships at prices that are a fraction of the cost of original fabrication, therefore giving people the chance to own and use incredibly high specification fittings from the shipping industry and World Navies, the type of quality, you and I, the public, dont normally get access to.


Obviously reclamation and salvage is a very green thing to do, but did you know that all the materials that go into the manufacturing of our range Trinity Portholes & Fittings are also reclaimed from the ship-breakers. Only the highest grade of non-ferrous metals go into the building of the ships that we salvage from, ensuring the best quality metals for us to use.

Finally, Id like to mention the prices of our portholes & fittings. We have always tried to sell good quantities of goods for a small amount of profit rather than the other way around. The original boat fittings are available in this shop for a fraction of the amount of money it takes to make new, and the prices of our Trinity Porthole range are determined by small profit margins and the fluctuating prices of non-ferrous metals, earning us the reputation of having Marine fittings at Sub-marine prices.

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