Jarrett Bay Insider (JBI) is the evolution of the company’s Carolina Flare Insider vlog series documenting the incredible craftsmanship that goes into the construction of our world-class custom sportfish boats. JBI adds new content on the innovations and expertise also applied to the repair and refit of recreational and commercial craft up to 300-tons in our 175-acre full-service facility in Beaufort North Carolina; as well as notable stories about our humble history and our amazing family of boat owners, crew and craftsmen.
In Episode 4 of our 35th Anniversary Series, co-founder Randy Ramsey explains how a $400 piece of paper and naval architect Glen “P-Nut” Haught helped influence the very first & subsequently ever-improving designs of many Jarrett Bay hulls built from our early days and into the future.
The Huddle Family is interwoven into Jarrett Bay’s fabric, and the relationship is about so much more than building 5 boats for 3 generations; It’s about giving us confidence as leaders, about family, about community, and about helping others succeed. And, all of us at Jarrett Bay are ever grateful for their friendship.
The North Carolina boat building community represents decades of experience, know-how and expertise. But more than anything it represents family and fellowship. Jarrett Bay’s Randy Ramsey looks back on over 4 decades of camaraderie with many legendary Outer Banks boat builders.
Join us for the first installment in our 35th Anniversary series as Jarrett Bay co-founder Randy Ramsey defines the inspiration behind building his first custom boat and the pivotal role that his father Cab Ramsey and Capt. Omie Tillet played throughout the years.
On the heels of our most-viewed episode to date featuring the walk-through of the Jarrett Bay 84, we address a frequently asked question before jumping into new construction and service projects.