Hi Belmont Boatworks Followers! Today we are sharing the floats we are building that will be living in Belfast Harbor. The departments have been hard at work the last few months preparing the plans & constructing them for Spring. We are very proud and can’t wait to see them in action!
Happy (almost) end of February! We were hit with the colds going around this season, but we are back and ready to share posts! (Not the cold…) We hope you are all healthy and getting ready for Spring as we are starting to take turnover/launch & transport requests. If you are looking to set a date, give Molly a call (207) 342-2885, email her email@example.com or stop by to see her. She would love to help you out!
After a nice winter snowstorm, refrigeration usually isn’t the top pick for any contemplative moments. However, we only found it fitting to show off the 12-volt seafrost air-cooled refrigeration system we installed this week in a Nonsuch 30, complete with a new control panel as well.
We have had some beautiful weather during the past few winter weeks and it is customary to perform repairs and maintenance when you have some good decent weather; however, our guys like a bit of a challenge! Today was the perfect day to replace our poor dilapidated mailbox so please enjoy our truck driver, Justin, and our carpenter, John O’Donovan, in the snow with drills.
We have a new supervisor here at BBW. Cassy is officially in charge of the Carpentry Department, making sure John O’Donovan performs his best. She’s one tough cookie in the shop, but she’s really a just-out-of-the-oven softy. We welcome Cassy to the Belmont Boatworks (Dog) Family!
The BBW Mechanic shop has been busy with engine repowers this winter. When your vessel receives a new engine, she also received a new engine panel! This boat is a Morgan 385 which previously had a 1978 Yanmar 3QM30 and we replaced it with a Beta 38 from Beta Marine. If you are thinking about upgrading your current rig, please give us a call at 207-342-2885!
Hi All! Check out the exciting news about one of Educational Passages “Little Boats” finding its way to Scotland from Kennebunk, Maine! Bangor Daily News: After 168 days, Kennebunk school project washes ashore in Scotland These “Little Boats” were made right here at Belmont Boatworks. Take a look at a previous post below. “Little Boats” at Belmont Boatworks We are proud to be a part of this educational program. Great work Kennebunk High School!