A 19ft Seafarer getting a transom replacement and a custom in-built bait well incorporated into the wet well. All the work was done using epoxy for it’s super high strength and durability. The bait well was made on the bench and then fitted into the boat with all plumbing. Upon request the new transom was […]
This Bayliner had some serious collision damage on the gunnel near the bow. Once the fiberglass work was done a new aluminium extrusion was ordered from Bayliner in the US and fitted.
The owner of this Caribbean had half of the wet-deck and hull bulkheads replaced by another yard but it was not completed. We were approached to finish the Starboard side. Under the floor had expanding foam as buoyancy but it was water-logged and needed to be removed. Once the area was cleaned out the extent of […]
The topsides of this boat were resprayed in Wattyl Poly-U. The first part of the process is to repair any star cracks or defects in the hull. Then the entire surface was primed with epoxy high-build primer which creates a strong etch to the hull. This also fills any minor defects or sanding marks in the […]
This Lewis ski boat almost sank to the bottom when a strake opened up. Repaired in high strength epoxy and woven E-glass carefully built up to equivalent strength. With the cosmetics done it was good as new.
This Haines needed a new wet-deck. Replaced using epoxy our standard process is to epoxy coat the underside of the new deck sealing it against water ingress and rotting out. It is an extremely humid and damp environment under the floor and all surfaces need to be carefully sealed.