A professional fisherman requested this hull re-fitted with a new wet-deck, bulkhead and front locker. The hull was solid FRP and some modification was needed to gain support for the new floor. All new parts were epoxy coated and bonded/glassed with epoxy. All finishing was done using 2 pack PU for long life.
The owner of this tinnie hit a tree at speed and damaged the bow. Once this was repaired by an alloy worker he wanted the entire boat refurbished. There were dozens of corroded areas which were repaired before painting. Work was done on the hull, deck and internals including helm console. The result transformed the […]
This major hull rebuild included new stringers, bulkheads and wet-deck. The owner requested a central under-floor fuel tank area incorporated into the hull arrangement.
This owner wanted more fishing room out the back on this Hamilton 23. The boat was set up more for entertaining and the aft deck was encroached by the coaming which was cut away to make more space. The other thing that was requested was a new Targa bar to replace the old heavy alloy […]
This is another major re-build we did on this 10m power catamaran that started off as a small dry-rot repair and spread rapidly to almost a full wheelhouse replacement. The top roof was mainly structurally intact but all the cabin sides and front were replaced. Also part of the fore-deck and one of the bow […]
This was a major onsite job that involved the re-building of this beautiful Atkin motor cruiser. Unfortunately almost all of the orginal cabin needed replacing due to dry-rot. The boat was built by the owners grandfather so was very important to the family and it was nice to see the family continue the legacy. The […]
This was a very interesting job. Something a boatbuilder doesn’t expect to build! The customer picked up a wrecked front for a Winnebago motor home to convert into a sleepr cab for his truck. This couple use the truck to carry their horses to various events and wanted the double bed sized sleeper unit to […]
This Cruise Craft had the transom replaced. We had to replace the transom knee as well which was rotted out. Something we always try an do is get rid of the alloy trim on the top edge of the transom and glass over this edge. This not only seals the edge but also reinforces it. […]