Everybody knows water in your boat can be a less-than-ideal scenario, but what many may not realize is that we pump water into our boats, in large quantities, on purpose. Watch the latest episode of the Jarrett Bay Insider to learn why!
From the hull and foredeck to the cabin top and bridge, nearly every major structure of a custom Jarrett Bay begins at or near ground level, expertly designed and assembled on a jig to precise dimensions and then raised and installed at just the right time.
Join us for an in-depth look at how Jarrett Bay is using a cutting-edge CNC router to save time and make the build process safer for our team. BONUS! This episode also gives you a special look at the incredible refit by our crew of the 61 Gary Davis, “Paysage”.
No longer a large stack of plywood, our expert crew has begun raising the stations for hull 68 – the next Jarrett Bay 90! Enjoy an in-depth look at the process and what shapes Jarrett Bay’s beautiful lines.
Join us on the latest episode of Jarrett Bay Insider for a look at what it takes to build a solid sonar tube on a custom sportfisher, and learn how our crew uses the latest composites to best mitigate print-through on hot surfaces like black masks.
“Renegade” may look like a 56-foot convertible sportfish with a traditional flybridge, but upon closer inspection, you’ll find an additional lower helm station and convertible bulkhead that makes her a unique hybrid with the ability to transform into a hardtop express; AKA “The Swiss Army Knife of Billfishing.”
Reproduced with permission from Bluewater Yacht Sales’ OnBoard Magazine, Issue XIV There comes a time in every good boat’s life when the owners must contemplate the R-word. No, not retirement, but repower… For most owners, this is one of the most...