Crafted in Carolina

Crafted in Carolina

From the September 2017 issue of Our State Magazine: In Beaufort, Jarrett Bay Boatworks draws on centuries of history and heritage to hand-build sleek sportfishing yachts. Jarrett Bay employees — many of whom grew up watching their fathers and grandfathers fish on...
My Boat My Life

My Boat My Life

From the June 2017 Issue of Angler’s Journal magazine: After years of fixing up everything from small center consoles to a Jersey 40, I bought my Jarrett Bay 53, Reel Flare. She’s hull No. 6 from Jarrett Bay Boatworks in Beaufort, North Carolina. What I like...
Deep Sea Dream

Deep Sea Dream

From the June 2017 issue of Our State Magazine: Written By: T. Edward Nickens Photography By: Jerry Wolford & Scott Muthersbaugh Few fishing craft sail with the heritage of this one. Launched in 1986 (and since restored and repowered), the 53-foot Sensation was...
PMY New Boats: Jarrett Bay 46

PMY New Boats: Jarrett Bay 46

From the September 2016 issue of Power & Motor Yacht magazine: Plenty of Carolina flare: Check. A large, spacious cockpit in which to battle big fish: Check. A powerful propulsion package to get you to the bite in a hurry: Also check. Despite possessing...
Stretching Your Boat Yard Budget

Stretching Your Boat Yard Budget

From the May 2016 issue of Power & Motor Yacht magazine: Beaufort, North Carolina, is one of the favorite stops for folks cruising the Intracoastal Waterway. It’s also home to Jarrett Bay Boatworks, an excellent service and repair yard and ABBRA’s 2011 Boatyard...
Fresh off the Boat: Jarrett Bay Apparel

Fresh off the Boat: Jarrett Bay Apparel

From the April 2016 issue of Business North Carolina magazine: Boat owners pledge allegiance to their vessel by wearing clothing emblazoned with its maker’s name and logo, often turning to the Internet or local dealers to suit up. While Beaufort-based Jarrett...