Trash - The Ocean's Biggest Predator

Marina Trash Skimmer is the solution
  • Over 300 billion pounds of plastics are produced each year.
    Trash is unsightly, and customers are turned off when they spot large amounts this plastic floating in marinas.
  • Drops of oil can spread over acres of water.
    Oil sheen has adverse effects on boats, wildlife, and the overall look and feel of a marina.
  • Organic debris can overwhelm marinas.
    Organic debris includes seaweed, logs, plants, etc. If left alone, these will sink to the bottom of a marina resulting in expensive dredging costs.

Solution - Marina Trash Skimmer


Marina Trash Skimmer attached to dock

Tackling the growing epidemic of water pollution, the Marina Trash Skimmer ® has been designed exclusively for the removal of trash and pollutants at a commercial scale. Made from sturdy hardware and industrial-grade motors and components, the Marina Trash Skimmer® is designed to operate in all water conditions.

Working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Marina Trash Skimmer® collects trash and removes oil and floating debris from the surface of the water. By removing these contaminants, the Marina Trash Skimmer® will improve the water quality throughout the marina with quick results. Proof of the skimmer’s efficiency and effectiveness can be witnessed by the clearer, more vibrant water.

This video is from one of our customers located in Rhode Island, whose goal is to use the Marina Trash Skimmer® to not only clean their harbor, but also to bring awareness to cleaning our environment.

Information and Resources

Blog & News

City of Oceanside Tackling Marine Debris

City of Oceanside Tackling Marine Debris

It is no secret that marine debris is an issue worldwide. Spend any time on Facebook and you will find viral videos of people saving sea animals from the plastic wrapped around their bodies or animal’s stomachs filled with marine debris. Over at Oceanside Harbor in California, they have been working on cleaning marine debris by installing four Marina Trash Skimmers throughout the marina.

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Annual Swim – “Newport Sharkfest”

Annual Swim – “Newport Sharkfest”

An article popped up on our radar by Newport This Week. It is about Clean Ocean Access‘ upcoming annual swim that has been dubbed” Swim to Skim”, which raises awareness of the Marina Trash Skimmer’srole of improved water quality.  We at Marina Accessories are excited to see new ways to bring awareness to marine debris and the Marina Trash Skimmer. Thank you Newport This Week and Clean Ocean Access for your support!

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An Interview with the Inventor

An Interview with the Inventor

I sat down for an interview with the inventor of the Marina Trash Skimmer (MTS) recently in order to give you a better understanding of the product and the man who created it. He has a lot to teach us about this incredible product and the need for action.

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