This former Coast Guard rescue ship has been converted into a private yacht.
She underwent a significant refit here at Old Town Boatworks.
All new woodwork in the wheelhouse and an entirely new crew cabin back aft.
The master cabin and guest cabins new custom deckheads and cabinetry to house the new airconditioning systems.
This 164 foot superyacht came to Old Town Boatworks for new exterior table-tops built into her exterior deck areas.
The large table-tops were a vacuum-bagged combination of composites and custom milled quartersawn teak.
The crew running the yacht coordinated well ahead of time with us to take full advantage of their short refit window in Lunenburg.
We also re-finished all of the yachts deck furniture in Awlwood.
Built in 1947, Mist is a one-off sloop built by local boat-building legend David Stevens.
In 2017, for her 70th birthday the owners gave her a refit.
Old Town Boatworks replaced several planks, repaired her stem, toe-rails, coamings, hatch and re-built her cockpit.
In 2016 we also built Mist a new hollow Douglas Fir mast.
Privateer is a beautiful Heisler-built lobster boat that came to us for a re-fit before her voyage to her new home in Newfoundland.
A new plank, stem repair, engine overhaul and a new topside paint job and she was off down east to St John's.
Although we are sad to see her leave Nova Scotia - she has a great new owner that plans to use her exploring Newfoundland's dive spots.
Old Town Boatworks is proud to have worked with the crew of Bluenose II over the last 5 years on numerous projects.
Modifications to the crews quarters, galley, and chart room and continuing maintenance work have all kept us busy in the winter months on Nova Scotia's most famous ship.
My Way is a beautiful Lyle Hess designed Bristol Channel Cutter.
All exterior woodwork replaced — including bulwark, covering boards and rub strakes.