June 2013 MAINE COASTAL NEWS Page 15. Boat And Ship Yard News
A stern view of KEEN KUTTER being rebuilt at Rollin's shop.
They have also built a new rudder for a C&C 31 and now they are painting a mast for a new 39 foot trimaran, which uses an A-frame rig.
Casey Yacht Enterprises in South Freeport has been swamped this winter with work.
They have three J105s in for annual maintenance. One will also have a total bottom job and another will have her keel faired.
Just completed was a Sabre 32 which had an Espar heater installed along with varnish, Awlgrip and a bottom job. The big job this winter was on a 35 foot Jeanneau, which suffered damage around the top of her keel and inside following a grounding. The keel was removed and a lot of glass work was done around the interior fl oor framing on top of the keel. This job took approximately six or seven weeks to complete. A Padebco 21 will be coming in to
be painted. Also coming in soon will be a Lyman 26, which will have her decks Awl- gripped.
The Carrera for owner Mike Casey is almost ready for a summer of racing. Her keel has been fi tted and she will be getting a new rudder. Once all this is completed she will be Awlgripped white. Casey Yacht Enterprises is expanding into the brokerage business and will work with Bayside Boat Sales, which has an offi ce right on-site. Presently Casey has a J-24, built in 1982, for sale for $14,900.
Northeast Composites in Brunwick has a Lowell 43 lobster boat hull under construction for a fi sherman in Bremen. She will be going to New Harbor to be fi nished at John’s Marine Service. A 38 Duffy suffered some signifi cant damage from a fi re. The damage includes decks and a portion of the wheelhouse. Once the damage is repaired they will repower her and change her into a split wheelhouse confi guration. A 35 foot lobster boat is in the yard and
they will be fi nishing up work on her keel. Another lobster boat in the yard will have her hull, cabin and decks re-gelled. Just fi nished was an 18 foot open boat, which received a new transom; and a 23 footer, which went ashore in a storm, and needed her bottom repaired.
East Boothbay - HODGDON CUS-
TOM TENDERS division, launches two more tenders, hulls 415 and 416. This pair of 8.5m beauties was designed
by Andrew Winch Designs of London, with naval architecture and engineering by Hodgdon’s own in-house engineering team. The pair was specially engineered and con- structed using infused epoxy carbon fi bre construction to meet the client’s demanding weight requirements.
The limousine tender features the ex- ceptional craftsmanship and sophisticated systems engineering that Hodgdon is so well known for. Outside, a defi ning characteristic
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