1978 Boston Whaler Montauk
Another classic Whaler brought back to life.
21 Sea Pro "IronMan"
A marines father called us up from California and asked if we would be interested in overhauling his sons boat while he is deployed over seas. The boat is named after his brother's nick name, "Ironman", who was killed in action in Afghanistan. We are honored to have this opportunity for this family. The boat got an Awl-Grip Super Jet Black paint job, S.S. rub-rail, S.S. cup holders, S.S. rod holders, Fusion Stereo with iPhone dock and blu-tooth adaptor, JL 2-way speakers, custom made casting platform with Aqua-traction, new wind shield, remote micro battery switch, and a full interior wet-sanding, compounding and polishing. We were able to have the name custom cut from 316 Stainless Steel. Had a decal made from a picture of both the brothers hugging it out one last time. We were happy to be able to give back to a family that has given so much. Welcome to the family!
55' Core Sound "Game Keeper"
We used Awl-Grip's Ultimate Bright Work technique to restore this old Scopinich chair. This varnish system requires 10 coats of Awl-Spar and 12 coats of Awl-Brite. We stripped the seat base to bare teak, coated it with 5 coats of west system epoxy then used Awl-Grip's epoxy primers and Topcoat to finish her out. We had the arms re-upholstered and we polished out all of the metal before we re-assembled her. The fighting chair is the business end of this charter boat and we are happy to restore this "money maker" to a better than new condition. We wish the "GameKeeper" good luck in this years tournaments and charters.
1974 Boston Whaler 13' CC
Its hard to not to love these little boats since so many of us learned how to drive them at a young age. This one will be getting a complete overhaul from the keel to the wheel. When she is done, she will be ready for generations to come. We built the seats out of coosa and glassed them so they are one fused piece. The bench seats were rasied for comfort. We lit the underside of the seats with white LED lighting. We had never seen a center console 13' Whaler before, and decided to go that route for better balance. Kept the designs in line with the classic Whaler look. This rig has all new Whaler hardware thanks to Specialty Marine. The bow hatch was also made from coosa and hand glassed with the console and seats. We installed a SS Vetus throttle, Schmitt 13" wheel, a Faria tachometer, blue seas fuse block, horn, 4 rocker switches, a Yamaha key switch, trim switch near hand position, and 2 stainless steel fold down cup holders into this tiny center console. The bow rails are also stainless and will not rattle. This 13 Whaler is truly a one of a kind. We kindly refer to it as the "CEO Escape Pod".
1982 Boston Whaler 22 Outrage
Owner has ordered a full restoration using non-rot composites, West System and Awl-Grip. We are making a custom electronics dash with housing for the console and a new fuel tank hatch. We will be installing a new 80 gallon fuel tank, rub rail and all the re-worked original hardware. Recored a section of the deck that was soft and replaced the rotten wood with Coosa. We have made new Mahogany gunnel caps, deck hatch and dash. This one is a head turner
1986 Grady White 256
Updating a classic. New non-skid, new thru-hull fittings below and above the waterline, re-cored fuel tank hatch, new upholstered bolsters, new captains' chairs, custom teak gauge dash, new starboard shelving, new hard-top, custom teak electronics dash, new VHF and GPS, new Fusion stereo, new hardtop hardware, rnew remote control search light, new custom hardtop frame, complete re-wire, new anchor roller, new navigation lights, Awl-Grip paint job, custom deck hatch in cockpit, new upholstery inside and out, new head and shower, custom close-out in cockpit with twin tackle cabinets,custom battery switch cabinet, fresh water shower and raw water wash down, new stainless steel rub rail, varnished teak trim inside and out, new cabin sink., new glass for forward cabin windows, new tint on all windows, new weather striping, new cabin bulkheads, new custom cabin door and door hatch, custom teak switch panel, new hydraulic helm with custom teak helm spacer, new raw water pump, new trim tab switch and pump, new seat hardware with sliders, new deck lights and 4 new batteries. Total conversion from a 454 Inboard/Outboard to an outbaord bracket set up with twin 200 Yamahas
1976 Boston Whaler Montauk
Restoration was completed in '07. Brand new Alexseal paint job accented by Interlux Perfection varnish. Brand new overstock 2005 Johnson 2-stroke 90hp engine. Stainless bow rails and side rails were kept but removed in order to fish the boat more efficiently, as well as, enter and exit the boat with ease. A bench seat made to fit through out the boat. The pilot seat was raised in order to fit a second cooler and free up deck space. Boat tops out just under 45 mph with one person and 24 gallons of gas.