Boatyard News

As the recreational boating industry strives to grow, the role boatyards play continues to become more significant. Owners who use their boats frequently require service that is quick and complete, even as the vessels themselves grow more complex in terms of their engines and electronics. Boatyards are starting up or expanding in an effort to meet this challenge.

Redden Marine marks golden anniversary

Bellingham, Wash.-based Redden Marine Supply is entering its 50th year in business and renaming its Alaska locations to reflect the parent company. All facilities will now be known as Redden Marine Supply. Stores affected include facilities in Cordova (formally Redden of Cordova), Homer (formally Kachemak Gear Shed), and Anchorage, (formally VIP Distributing). “Although these facilities…more

Bellingham adds to new California development

Bellingham Marine recently designed and built the marina portion of a new residential development at Seabridge in Oxnard, Calif. The upscale development, built by DR Horton, encompasses two gated islands with homes surrounded by a system of canals spanned by two landmark bridges and a causeway. Public and private moorage facilities line the canals and…more

R.I. roundtable will focus on regional issues

The American Boat Builders and Repairers Association and Conanicut Marine Services are offering a free, regional roundtable discussion on industry issues. It will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. April 24 at Conanicut Marine Services in Jamestown, R.I. The roundtable allows those in the marina, boatyard, and boatbuilding and repair business a chance…more

Boatyard installs system to reduce copper in runoff

Canal Boatyard of Seattle is staying ahead of environmental regulations with the recent installation of a new Stormwater RX Aquip filtration system designed to help reduce copper levels in runoff. The system consists of a large holding tank with several different layers of filter media, with fabric filters positioned at key points in the process.…more

Bottom paints being tested in San Diego

Knight and Carver YachtCenter has partnered with the Port of San Diego to test environmentally friendly antifouling paints to see which are most effective in real-life conditions. The San Diego Unified Port District’s Alternative Hull Paint Project is examining various coatings and their effectiveness over a two-year period. Effectiveness will be evaluated based on application…more

Yasuda Shipyard wins American contract

AERÉ named Yasuda Shipyard Co. Ltd. as its Japanese distributor. Headquartered in Tokyo, Yasuda Shipyard is a full-service boatbuilder with 100 years of experience. In addition to its brokerage operation, Yasuda provides maintenance services, as well as trades and transports yachts to and from Japan. Based in Coral Springs, Fla., AERÉ manufactures inflatable fenders that…more

Interlux gets approval for copper-free antifouling agent

Interlux received U.S. product registration approval from the Environmental Protection Agency for an antifouling paint formulated with a new copper-free antifouling agent called ECONEA, developed by Janssen PMP. The new paint will be part of Interlux’s Pacifica line. “Paints formulated with ECONEA not only provide exceptional protection from aquatic growth, they help improve vessel appearance,…more

Mass. shipyards merge, expand services

Fairhaven Shipyard & Marina purchased D.N. Kelley & Son Inc., of Fairhaven, Mass., on July 31. The purchase consolidates the services of two long-established marine facilities on the Fairhaven waterfront under the same management structure and forms a new company called Fairhaven Shipyard Companies. The operations will be known as the North Yard and South…more

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