WOOD & FIBERGLASS BOAT BUILDING & BOAT RESTORATION
Like many of our customers, our relationship with boats and the joy they bring is deeply rooted in family. As a third generation boat builder, owner & master craftsman Bob Fuller understands that boats provide a beautiful new way of experiencing and enjoying the world, and for the marine businesses we work with, they are a source of income and business opportunities.
Since 1990, South Shore Boatworks has built, designed, restored and renovated many boats and yachts, producing one-of-a-kind results for customers. Our staff members are traditional as well as innovative, professional as well as personal, possessing a deep appreciation for craftsmanship, quality and performance.
Our expert craftspeople work with both wood and fiberglass boats. We would love to work with you on your next project and help to make your dream boat a reality, preserve the beauty of your current boat, or restore your boat to its former glory.
South Shore Boatworks Services:
Boat Building • Custom Boat Design • Customization & Accessories
Boat Restoration • Repair & Refitting • Custom Fine Interiors • Wood or Fiberglass
Sandpiper III, a lobster yacht, was built for a Rhode Island couple as a day cruiser and has accommodations for overnight trips.
Converting a 45' commercial lobsterboat into a European lobsteryacht.
Installing a new interior & renovation on the 32' BHM lobster yacht Antares.
This is a handsome and versatile Down-east style powerboat designed and built by New England Craftsmen. Jamie Lowell, a 4th generation designer of Maine Lobster boats, designed the Gurnet Point 25. Built exclusively by South Shore Boatworks.
The Gurnet Point 19 is a Phil Bolger designed Banks Dory. A fast, stable dory, she is built with mahogany ply construction sheathed in fiberglass/epoxy with mahogany/teak trim. Suitable for 1-2 rowers.
The Gurnet Point 15 is a reproduction of a 15' Bank Dory, originally built by George Shiverick at Jones River Landing in 1920. She accomodates one rower in the lapstrake constructed hull sheathed with fiberglass.
Other Recent South Shore Boatworks Projects:
15' DoryOur 15' dory was based on a George Shiverick model that was last built in Kingston, Massachusetts in 1938
1985 35' DuffyNew interior and refit work completed on this exceptional Duffy 35' lobster yacht Fish Bones.
What better way to acquire a superbly constructed boat with all the amenities you want...all created with the highest level of craftsmanship? This owner purchased a used Duffy, known for their excellent design and solid construction, and contracted with South Shore Boatworks to build and install everything a luxury yacht should have...
1974 32' Gus SkoogCompleted rebuild of a 1974 32' Gus Skoog lobsterboat, including new wheelhouse and trunk cabin.
Rocking Cradle BoatNot quite ocean-ready, but the perfect cradle for newborns or rocking toy for young children!
Designed and built exclusively by South Shore Boatworks.
Simmons Sea Skiff 22'This Simmons Sea Skiff 22 with motorwell was built for sea duck hunting for Jim Hunt and world renowned wildlife artist Keith Mueller. The self-bailing boat is of mahogany lapstrake construction sheathed in fiberglass/epoxy and fitted with bronze hardware. Power by a 75 hp E-tech outboard, the skiff will run up to 25-30 knots.
Note the hand carved wooden decoys made for hunting.
1891 27' Sailing Dory ReproductionAn 1800s historic 2-mast sailing dory reproduction designed by Howard Chapelle. Plans provided by the Smithsonian Institution.
Overall Length: 26' 9 "
Beam: 7' 2 "