This project features
cool2sea™ , a great rigid enclosure product that Tiffany Yachts uses and installs. cool2sea™ has a green tint to works really well with the green tint of the windows on the Cabo. The back curtains needed to be rolled up so we used green 40 gauge O'sea to match.
We also constructed a custom cockpit cover out of CYeEZ Light.
The first picture is the before shot. As you can see the settee on this 38 foot Tiara was ready to be recovered. We simplified the style with the recover, giving it a cleaner look. We used Ultraleather in Milkweed.
For this project we constructed a hard dodger using Sea Foam Starboard and the existing stainless steel dodger frame. The Starboard was heated to take the shape of the frame. Costa Track was installed to hold the enclosure curtains. We used Navy Sunbrella and 40 gauge O'sea clear vinyl for the enclosure.
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The owners of a 41 foot Bristol wanted to freshen up the interior of their 25+ year old sailboat. The settee in the salon was redesigned to be more comfortable and covered in a soft Aqua fabric. The window treatments were extended from corner to corner using a Sunbrella Furniture Fabric.
One goal was to replace and add to the lighting to brighten up the boat. Using fixtures from Imtra we replaced existing halogen fixtures with LED wall sconces and strip lights greatly improving the visibility of the interior.
The owners purchased this 38 foot Intrepid which needed a face lift. We recovered all the exterior cushions using custom pleated white and black vinyl. A new Sunbrella Clarity Top in Black was installed and a new enclosure featuring Clear2Sea Rigid Curtains across the front, and O'sea 40 gauge vinyl on the sides.
Down below the design of the built in sofa was changed and recovered in Ultraleather, a new mattress was assembled and a new custom bedspread and pillows.
This customer wanted to cover as much of the brightwork and cockpit of his sailboat as we could, and be able to put the cover on while the boat is in the water. The cover used the boom as an upper support and bungee cord loops as tie downs.
This project was for an authentic bimini top on a 1960 Chris Craft owned by Woody Boater. The award winning Chris Craft, named Suzy, had the frame, but needed the canvas. Designed the new canvas using old photos of the boat with the original canvas.
The customer wanted to spruce up his 1985 Topaz. This project involved new enclosure curtains for the helm area, new canvas on the jumper top, new 3 sided enclosure for the upper helm, and new fold down seat for the upper helm. We also installed new carpet in the cabin, new wallpaper in the head, stripped and refinished the teak, plus other spruce ups.
Complete Interior Redo on a 40 foot Mainship. Recovered the sofa, recovered the valances and did new roman shades for the salon, also did new laminate on the dinette and coffee table. The small stateroom had 2 bunks, we removed the upper bunk and an upper cabinet to create more visual space. New spread and pillows for the bed and new wallcovering. The master received a new bedspread and pillows and new wallcovering. New carpet was installed throughout. The changes really updated the color and look of the boat.
project involved renovating much of the
interior of a 36’ Egg Harbor. New
carpet was installed, the sofa was recovered,
new window treatments and roller shades
were installed, as well as new cushions
for the dinette and V-berth.
This project on a 38 foot Tiara involved new bimini, full enclosure, and cockpit cover out of Steadfast vinyl and CY4EZ Light. We also did a Phifertex windshield cover and recovered the seats in the helm area.
customer spends much of the year living
aboard and wanted to increase the seating
available in the salon, but have something
comfortable. They also needed something
that could be installed quickly as they
were in the process of cruising the Chesapeake
Bay. We ended up ordering a semi-custom
sectional covered in Ultraleather and two
small swivel chairs. We also built a custom
ottoman with storage and covered it in the