In June we completed one of the more comprehensive refit projects we’ve ever had here at the Jarrett Bay Marine Park, the extension & restoration of the 63′ (now 66′) Hines-Farley sportfish, J&B.

Working with Phillips Project Management and a host of other affiliates including Bausch American Towers, IMS American Electronics & Gregory Poole CAT, every inch of this yacht was upgraded or refinished. Most notably, we completely removed and rebuilt the transom, effectively adding 3 feet of length to the cockpit and boat overall.

Mezzanine seating was also added to the cockpit and the boat was repowered with new CAT C32s with ACERT. A bow thruster was added and she received new generators, rebuilt fuel and water systems and an exhaust/ventilation package. The interior accommodations were refinished along with extensive rewiring along with new electronics. All exterior surfaces were repainted and she was fitted with a full-size tower.

You can see a wealth of more photos on the project at Marc Phillip’s blog.

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  1. Ronald Silveira

    Hines Farley Re Fit and lengthen .Of course the Big Dogs are the guys trusted to complete this job. It looks absolutely Beautiful. Back in the day the owner of J&B was Jim Salah of Boston Ma.. The Boat was named after him and his wife. The first boat I saw was a 54 ft. Bertram Light Gray in Color. Teak Transom, Gold Leaf Lettering, and to top it off no bow rails. Then I remember a 60 ft. Bertram Falmouth Ma. in the Summer. Boca Raton in the Winter. I purchased a dragline for a project I was doing in Ma. and I spoke with his Son for some advise, very nice Family and they know their Cranes !! I believe he was also Jim. Well Correct me if they are not the owners but a job well Done guys !!!!! Again …



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