Look through our Gallery of before and after pictures to see for yourself what we can do to repair holes and cracks, broken mast steps, all with new gelcoat and matching colours.
This 50ft trawler had badly damaged splash rails (A). I removed the old rail and rebuilt the splashrails by fiberglassing and fairing (smoothing) the new ones in (B). As you can see, I repaired the gel coat and matched the colors precisely.
A CL16 had a damaged mast step from neglect. (A) There was major deck and gunwale damage. (B) I re-glassed the mast step, did deck repair and gunwale repair, and installed a new non-skid deck. (C)
This Hunter 39 had numerous cracks along the stanchions (A). Photo B shows base of stanchion with cracks and water damage ground out and ready for re-glassing. Photo C shows more spider cracks in the deck. Photo D shows the repaired, secure stanchions, with color matched gelcoat.
A Regal 35 had a 3ft crack on its blue hull stripe on the port side, and was very badly scratched in that area. (A) I reglassed & resurfaced the large crack, and resurfaced the blue hull stripe with colour matched gelcoat to make it look like new (B). The starboard transom also had a 9 inch crack that required re-glassing, gel coat repair, and colour matching. (C) As you can see, it looks like new when I’m finished. (D)
This Laser II came to me with its foredeck completely destroyed. (A) I rebuilt the deck, fiberglassed it, matched the gel coat, and added a non-skid deck.
This small dinghy had a rotted out transom (A) I replaced the transom and matched the gelcoat (B) Finished, it looks like brand new. (C)
This small speed boat was terribly scratched (A). I fiberglassed the surface to match it seamlessly to the hull shape, applied gelcoat and matched the color. (B)
Gelcoat / Custom Painting
I have experience with gelcoat and custom painting a variety of small and large watercrafts.