Nothing can match the look and feel of finely finished brightwork. We will restore your boat's brightwork to its elegant best. We'll also set up a maintenance plan that will keep your boat looking "factory fresh" for years.
Teak and mahogany need more than a touch of varnish in the spring. The preparation of the wood -- sanding, cleaning, and catching the cracking and bare spots that can lead to serious damage -- is more important than the actual brushing-on of finishes.
Whether your preference is classic varnish, urethane, Cetol, or a two-part clear finish, we have the expertise and the patience to refinish your brightwork with the care of the old-time craftsperson.
Speaking of old-time -- is your boat a classic? It is our great pleasure to work on classics, from the Sam Crocker design Sallee Rover, to Mackenzie picnic boats, to Wianno seniors. We even restore antique "woody" automobiles! Let us take a look at your classic -- she'll gleam like new when we're done.