Specialists in Custom Fish Tanks,
Luxury Aquarium Design and Installation
The Aquamarine Centre have created some of the most stylish and luxury bespoke built aquariums and fish tanks. With over 20 years of expertise in designing, manufacturing and installing aquariums, we have built bespoke aquariums of all shapes and sizes.
Planning the design and build of your Aquarium
As part of our design and build process, we offer an initial consultation with our clients to discuss and plan the type of Aquarium you would like. During this process, we can help you develop your ideas and concept into something that not only looks amazing but that will be maintained and last for years to come. We work to the exact specification and budget of our clients to ensure the end result exceeds your expecations.
Bespoke Aquascaping to suit the environment, client vision and aesthetics
We design and install all the lighting, plumbing, and filtration system using the very latest in equipment and aquatic technology. This includes the introduction of fish, coral and other elements needed. We have a large selection of fish to choose from and our expert team will advise on the best setup and colour scheme to match your home or office environment.
Turning Dreams Into Reality
Helping you develop your ideas and concept into something that not only looks amazing but that will be maintained and last for years to come.
Tropical and Marine Tanks
Tropical fish are generally those fish found in aquatic tropical environments around the world. Fishkeepers often keep tropical fish in freshwater and saltwater aquariums. The term “tropical fish” is not a taxonomic group, but rather is a general term for fish found in such environments, particularly those kept in aquariums.
Saltwater fish, also called marine fish, are fish that live in ocean water. Saltwater fish can swim and live alone or in a large group called a school. Saltwater fish are very commonly kept in aquariums. Most saltwater fish will eat Microalgae. Many fish eat red, green, brown and blue algae.