Seaview Services is the very first transport operator in the Isle of Wight to join BUSK Benchmark. The Company believes that this status will enhance its business and help to improve safety within the industry. Seaview Services has been awarded a six star rating, the highest possible by BUSK Benchmark for safety compliance. Look out for the BUSK Benchmark stars on our fleet.
Management contact Philip Robinson
Established since 1918
Fleet Fleet of 6 coaches with a seating capacity from 48 to 57 and 1 minibus with 16 seats.
Drivers Seaview Services employ 3 full and 10 part time drivers.
Training Drivers trained in on-going CPC modules and have completed training in Driving Hours, Tachographs, Professional Drivers, Rules of the Road, Vehicle Walk Around Checks and Vehicle Checks.
Maintenance Maintenance carried out externally by D H Price Motors and MOT testing centre. Maintenance responsibility of Philip Robinson, Chairman of Seaview Services. Vehicles safety inspected every 6 weeks.
Members of BUSK Benchmark, Confederation of Passenger Transport, Federation of Small Business.
Profits are re-invested into business to maintain safety standards.
In 1922 Seaview businessman Richard Newell, owner of Seafield Garage, introduced a bus service between Seaview and Ryde using a converted wartime ambulance.
At the time the service ran under the name of "Newell's Express Motor Service", but the company was later to become known as Seaview Services.
Towards the end of the decade fierce competition on the route made it necessary for Newell to increase and update his fleet of vehicles and also expand his operations to include excursions from the village to various locations in the Isle of Wight.
Since 1979, the Robinson family took over Seaview Services and have been running the business successfully ever since we started.
Seaview Services School Of The Year competition...
Wootton Primary School wins 2014 title!
Benchmark License No: BE0052
Wootton Primary School won Seaview Services School Of The Year competition 2014. Pictured with children, is their teacher and head teacher, Mrs. Peta Mather with Phil Robinson of Seaview Services, presenting the School with their framed certificate. Seaview Services invited local schools to enter the competition in support of BUSK's National School Transport Safety Week. Part of the package of prizes will be safety training for pupils and staff on coach safety on school trips.
Expiry Date: 31 May 2018