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Bayside Condominium’s Pool

Bayside Condos

Bayside Condominiums’ pool required constant cleanup maintenance because of debris from the  landscaping. They wanted to attach something to the fence around the pool that would stop leaves and grass clippings from getting into the area but still allow a breeze to come through. Their maintenance manager, who has been a customer of Bambi’s Boatworks […]

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Enclosures for Fly Bridge and Lower Aft Deck

Our client wanted us to make new enclosures for their fly bridge and lower aft deck of their boat.  After talking to the client about how they use the boat, we decided which designs were going to work best. The fly bridge has a hard top with several vertical support pipes which run at an […]

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Railing Skirt inside Miliken’s Reef restaurant

To give Miliken’s Reef a nautical look, the owners wanted to have a cloth skirt laced to a railing inside the Cape Canaveral restaurant. The fabric we chose was a cream colored canvas with grommets installed in the hem. The skirt was then laced to the railing with an off-white nylon cord.      

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Center Console Enclosure

This custom canvas project is for a center console enclosure on a charter fishing boat.

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Rose Street Awning

This job required a subcontractor to build the frame and install it on the store front.

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Garage Fishing Rod Rack

Fishing Rod Holder

After measuring around all the obstacles, ceiling lights, garage door opener, cabinets and the like, I built and installed nicely varnished mahogany racks

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Misty Sea, 33 foot Wellcraft Sportfisher

The “Misty Sea” is a 33foot Wellcraft Sportfisher. The inside was completely gutted. The cockpit window framework was pitted and corroded. Poor maintenance resulted in damage to the bowsprit and trim tabs. Other miscellaneous issues were addressed. Prior to any refurbishment, an extreme cleaning took place. The prior liveaboards liked beer and cigarettes.

Custom ceiling panels were fabricated to create a smooth padded vinyl covered overhead, all of which are easily removed for access to wiring and lights. All new hull liner, again using padded vinyl was installed. Cosmetically appealing welt and dual colors enhance the cabin space.

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The Happy Hour, 1969 Chris Craft Commander

This classic wood vessel required extensive repairs and cosmetic work. There was bad wood in numerous areas from the keel to the coach deck. At some point in its life, repairs were completed using sub-standard materials resulting in even more damage including fungus rot plus termite and worm invasion. Cosmetic repairs included all new paint, varnish, headliner, inside trim, carpet, hatch combings and more.

As evidenced by the pictures, worms had eaten through the worm shoe into the keel as well as some minimal damage at the chine and chine strake. The A/C condensation caused rot around the hatch in which it was placed as well as requiring repair to the coach deck itself. The starboard cabin side had a small (6 inch) bad spot that when addressed, ended up a major repair including the window frame, cabin wall, aft cabin structure, side deck. The plywood used for a previous repair was completely hollow from termite damage. Other smaller areas of damage were addressed.

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