This Cruise Craft was with us almost 10 years ago to get a transom replacement and some other work done. It is always good to be able to check on how jobs are lasting over a period such as this. We are happy to report that the transom is still perfect and going well. The […]
The owner of this tidy Cruise Craft Outsider booked this boat in for a transom replacement but got a lot more than he bargained for! He asked us to check out a soft spot in the floor which lead to us finding that most of his internal hull structure was rotted. To avoid any doubt […]
As with a lot of glass over ply built boats its common for rot to creep in. Unfortunately this large houseboat had rotten lower decks and bulwarks which had been leaking for some years. This had been causing problems inside the boat too with water damage and pooling water. After removing the decking and bulwark […]
This project has now been launched and the engine fitted. The owners are very happy with the result, and can now get the boat working!
Work boats take on a different role in boating, this is not a play thing but a means to make a living. This net boat had been lying derelict for some time but the solid glass hull was still sound so the owners asked for a full hull rebuild with new stringers, bulkheads and floor. […]
This is another update of this large remodel/restoration project, which the owner now informs us is a Hamilton brand (as in the Hamilton jet company). Being such a large and ongoing job we have had 2 previous update posts on this project which you may remember. It is now getting close to the finishing stages […]
You may remember this project we have in our shop at the moment which we had in an April post. This is an unbranded 18 foot FRP hull which we are restoring and remodeling to suit the owners requests. It was fitted with an inboard diesel engine with a moulded prop tunnel recessed into the […]
This Sidewinder ski boat had some serious hull problems that had been repaired before but kept breaking. The owner asked us to fix it once and for all! Upon inspection it became apparent that the rear mounted engine beds ended abruptly at a partial hull bulkhead at the front of the engine bay which caused […]