This Lewis ski boat had peeling clear coat coming off in sheets. Luckily most of the affected areas were above the gunnel. There were a couple of bad areas on the stern which were able to be touched up. We were careful to ensure all the old clear was removed to be sure it wouldn’t […]
Custom built specifically for us, our new hydraulic boat lifter makes the task of lifting a boat off the trailer and onto our work stands so much easier, safer and more efficient. Previously a forklift was used to lift the back of the boat but this wasted a lot of floor space and resulted in […]
Here’s another update on this project. We are at painting stage outside with the inside almost done. Since our last post we have fitted the two new Vetus water tanks just forward of the mast with custom made mounts. The aft cabin fit-out (where the full sized bath was fitted!) is also mostly structurally complete. […]
We wish you a happy and safe Christmas out on the water! We would like to thank everyone involved for all the support received during this year and all the best for 2019! We will be closing on Friday the 21st of December 2018 & will be re-opening on the Monday 14th January 2018.
The owner of this Sundance 5m boat wanted it converted to a centre console configuration. It sounds easy enough however there’s a bit in it! Firstly cutting the deck back to desired shape and size, continuing the moulded profile through without any deflection and then building the structure back up in the original style. We […]
The worst thing you can do is leave a boat sitting out in the weather too long. This Stacer tinnie was badly neglected and some of the floorboards had rotted away and required replacing. The new floorboards were made and primed to weather-proof before re-carpeting. Because the main lower floorboards were rotted away to such […]
We always appreciate hearing from our customers: “It is my pleasure to recommend Boatique Services after the work done on our boat. Craig did a complete refurbishment, researched and applied the best quality anti-foul and organized a comprehensive service of the electricals and the motors.” C. Shuetrim
This job started off as a relatively simple tidy up. The brief, copper coat epoxy antifoul coating below waterline, structural repairs to Port side gunnel, replace gunnel rubber, add extra fuel tank, various gelcoat repairs, enlarge hole in wet well for steering arm, new carpet, new radio antennas and full detail. As we progressed the […]