Consider Tiffany Yachts for the repair and maintenance of your vessel whether it is a Tiffany or not. The repair yard at Tiffany Yachts is capable of handling anything from a spot gelcoat repair to the replacement of a wooden bottom, to the total refurbishment of the interior of your vessel.
Recent projects include the removal and repair of rotten balsa core in the cabin side of a Ocean Alexander. A section of fiberglass was cut away, the rotten core was removed, foam was installed, new layers of fiberglass and gelcoat were applied. The Bertram above had complete paint job, hull in Fighting Lady Yellow and topsides in Cloud White. Another project involved closing in a section of windows to the salon on a sportfisherman. Using the Faro Arm the curvature of the cabin front was recorded and a custom mold constructed. The section was fiberglassed and foamed in the mold and then installed on the boat.
Tiffany Yachts is experienced in major hull repairs of older wooden vessels. Past jobs include full bottom and frame replacement on a 1920’s Elco and a 1930’s Dawn. Another project involved resheathing and fiberglassing the hull of a Chesapeake Bay Deadrise. Recently sections of a 40 foot Tiffany built in 1964 were replaced and the entire bottom refastened. An ongoing project involves bringing a wooden sailboat built in the 30's back to life. Rotten frames and boards on the bottom have been replaced and and the bottom refastened. Repairs of this nature significantly extend the life of classic wooden vessels.
The Repair Yard at Tiffany Yachts is ready and able to handle your project no matter how large or small the project. Randy Cockrell and Gary Bryant are looking forward to hearing from you.