eporting from Mathews Brothers Boat Works in Denton, MD, Meg Roney is equally upbeat about the summer. “It’s been a busy summer for us! We’ve had two Boatyard Brokerage Sale & Nautical Flea Market events now and hope to have one every month (check our website mathewsboats.com for more details). One of our purchased brokerage Bay Cruisers just came out of the
paint booth. She went from Green to Flag Blue. In our main shop, we’re putting the finishing touches on a new Eastport 32. We’re also working on pieces for a 65-foot buy boat. We’ve installed the keel coolers and underwater hardware and are looking forward to working on her at our Mathews Landing location. It seems as if summer has just begun but unfortunately, Labor Day is just
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The mold for the Eastport 32, ready to be moved into the shop at Mathews Brothers in Denton, MD. Photo by Rick Franke
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around the corner which means now is the time to sign up for boat storage. We’ll have indoor, outdoor, and covered boat storage available. And, of course, don’t forget to come see us at the U.S. Power Boat Show October 15-18!”
The completely rebuilt hardtop ready to be reinstalled at Bluewater Boatworks in Hampton, VA.
Dry fitting the cutwater on the 16-foot Gar Wood speedster replica at Classic Watercraft Restoration in Annapolis. Photo by Ann Hannan
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