Roche Marine Launches StopGull

Press Release
Thursday, December 13, 2012

The ultimate solution to keep seabirds at bay.



Roche Marine is pleased to announce the UK launch of StopGull, an extensive range of products to deter seabirds from yachts, motor boats and marinas.
 

Manufactured by Sempre Abril, a Spanish company specialising in the design and manufacture of anti-gull systems for boats, StopGull provides an effective solution to the persistent problems posed by seabirds. Seagulls and other marine birds spend extended periods in coastal areas and marinas, often seeking the highest vantage points to occupy before they return to sea. Unfortunately for boat owners, the elevated position they choose is often the top of their mast, bimini or stanchions.

 

“The StopGull system is a great way to protect your boat from seagulls and other marine birds. It’s effective, easy to fit and will save you hours of cleaning.  We are delighted to be bringing the extensive range to the UK market,” Jonathan Roche of Roche Marine said.

 

The StopGull range is easy to install, stow and remove and is available to fit on masts, radar antennae, navigation lights, spreaders, booms, biminis handrails, TV aerials etc.

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