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Tiffany 38 Restoration
The Tiffany 38 was built in 1969 and was a wooden
plank boat. The owner had previously stripped down
the cabin and hull to build a new cabin top and
fiberglass the hull. Tiffany Yachts has painted
the hull and topside, installed a teak cockpit and
decks, built all the wood trim for the exterior
and interior, installed a pop-up control station
on the bridge as well as all the electronics, installed
and hooked up all the systems for the boat including
the engines and generator, and finished the interior.
We enjoy giving new life to classic boats like the
New Mezzanine for
Triple A a 61ft Blackwell
The owner of the Triple A decided to update his
Blackwell by adding a mezzanine in the cockpit.
Tiffany Yachts drew the finished product in 3-dimensions
on the computer and cut out a Styrofoam mold on
the CNC router. The mold was prepped using gelcoat
over polyester resin to create a lightweight, yet
strong, structure. After the mezzanine was removed
from the mold the teak decking was fitted. The mezzanine
was then installed on the boat and tabbed into place.
Enclosure on Eastbay
This Grand Banks Eastbay 43 built in 2002 was
open between the cockpit and the helm area. The
owners wish to create a more substantial enclosure
for the helm. Tiffany Yachts added windows and a
door using fiberglass molded panels and teak trim.
Giant Corkscrews for
White Fences Vineyard
Tiffany Yachts was given the unusual task of making
a pair of 25 foot tall Corkscrews to mark the entrance
to White Fences Vineyard in Irvington, VA. Each
section was laid up in a mold cut on the CNC router.
Tiffany 36 Restoration
Wish is a 36 foot Express built by Tiffany Yachts in 1984. In 2007 a major overhaul was completed that involved replacing the engines, renovating the interior, helm area and cockpit. A new hardtop was installed as well as a new teak cockpit. A layer of Corecell was applied to the hull, glassed and faired with West System Epoxy, and painted Awlgrip Black. The renovation on the interior involved redesign of the layout making the space more open. A custom settee was built and the galley location was changed, providing more countertop space and storage. New teak countertops were built for the galley and head, as well as a custom teak sink for the head. The original Detriots were removed and replaced with Twin Yanmars, this makes the engine room extremely spacious and the engines easy to access for maintenance. The helm area was redesigned and features hydraulically lifted electronics and a teak pod for the steering wheel and single lever controls. An aging boat is made new again.