What Is In The Shop Now?

1966 Boston Whaler

Refinish teak center console, like new again!

















Uncovered a very cool hand painted eagle on the Footlocker!
























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1996 Hackercraft

It's that time of year again, And that means Varnish, Varnish, Varnish. Back again this classic 1990 Hackercraft is getting ready for  some spring cruizin (and not just the Rum) out on the Bay.



















































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1946 Century Resorter

Just under full restoration, getting her ready for a classic Boat Show this summer.














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How About Those Plugs!

Nothing says a wooden boat, more than replacing hundreds (and I mean hundreds) of plugs on all those mahogany planks. I couldv'e been rich, if I had created the hole punch. That is my best friend. Gotta have one in order to get the plugs back in the boat.





















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1954 Sea King

Wow. Another barn find, this ole gal has been sitting in storage for a few years and need a total refit, down to the bones. She seems to have alot of rot in some areas - but nothing that cant be fixed. 


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1938 Century Sea Maid 65 18 foot

This local custom woody was delivered to CWR from Northern Virginia, and is another family heirloom. She needs a complete build on her deck, recoating on her hull, and a new interior build as well. After 20+ years in storage - and previous work completed from the family, in a short while, she'll be planked up and back on the water by spring!



























Hannam reports that thing's are moving forward on the 1938 Century Sea Maid mahogany hull, now that all of the deck planking has been cut and she is ready to have new plugs drilled and installed. Next up, the tedious job of long boarding for her smooth finish. Than onto an install of the 12 volt system, including a new harness to the motor and all new wiring for the dash instruments and switches. Just completed all new mechanical running gear and alignment - so she is ready to turn up.