Hail damage hammered this windscreen on an older Quintrex. The trick was finding a supplier who could mould the acrylic to match the old screen. A local company did a great job of reproducing the clear acrylic. We refitted the screen with press studs and other fittings, all replaced with new stainless fasteners.
Part of our commercial fiberglass work includes jobs like this. Repairs to this ute canopy door from accidental damage causing cracking involved fiberglassing the damaged areas, filling, fairing and re-finishing in polyurethane. The inside of the door was re-flowcoated to match and the paint repairs polished in. The fiberglass work was quite detailed and intricate […]
We always appreciate hearing from our customers: “After finding out that my cruise craft had a rotten transom. I took it to Craig from Boatique Services, Craig went above and beyond to get my boat back on the water for our annual fishing trip to SWR at a very short notice. He sent me a […]
Carpet can make a huge cosmetic difference to a boat as well as a practical and comfortable surface to walk on. This Huntsman needed a face-lift and we were instructed by the owner to carpet the back deck and also parts of the interior. The interior had already been carpeted with house hold carpet which […]
Essential Energy requested some fiberglass work on a couple of their crane buckets. These are regularly checked and must be repaired to maintain the insulation of the bucket to protect the operators. This involved glassing the repairs and then gel coating the new work as well as any chips etc for insulation protection.
Windscreens have a limited life span, often in need of either replacement or refurbishment. This American made Proline 35 had a leaking windscreen and on closer inspection needed a good overhaul. There was a lot of corrosion areas where the original powder coating was starting to peel. The owner requested the screen removed, re-powder coated […]
We always appreciate hearing from our customers: “A totally professional process to completion. Craig kept me posted with photos at various important stages of repair; which is very reassuring for someone as particular to fine details as myself and helps install confidence of a job well done when we are heading out in big seas. I’m […]
We replaced the transom on this Cruise Craft which according to the tap test only had one soft area. As it turned out someone poured resin through one of the scuppers to attempt to repair the rotted transom causing it to sound solid. Once cut open it was clear that the transom was totally rotten […]