Boston BoatWorks’s Second Production Shift Allows Us To Build Better, Smarter And Faster Boats Ahead Of Schedule

Now in our 25th year of building excellence, we’ve always taken great pride in our highly skilled production teams’ ability to build the best yachts in the world. And our “attitude of excellence” is apparent in everything (laminating, mechanical and electrical assembly, finish carpentry, quality control, safety and compliance, customer care, sales support, engineering,…

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Upfitting To An All-Glass-Enclosed Pilothouse Is EASY!

If you've ever thought about replacing your strataglass cockpit enclosure with tinted sliding glass windows and doors, there's never been a better time that right now! As you'll see in this video (and more to come), our new Upfit Program makes installing everything from tinted glass windows and doors in the cockpit, to push-button…

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Stormy Offshore Passage From Maine To Bermuda Shows Just How Well-Built Our Boats Are
This is what a solid 40-knots on the nose looks like. The spray is more like a sandblaster. And the horseshoe PFD is just about being blown off its mount.

Stormy Offshore Passage From Maine To Bermuda Shows Just How Well-Built Our Boats Are

EDITORS NOTE: The following is an excerpt from a story our guest blogger Bill Springer wrote after a stormy offshore passage from Bass Harbor, Maine to Bermuda on a 45-foot Boston BoatWorks-built sailboat. And as you'll see, we built the hull and deck to be strong enough to withstand sustained 30-50 knot winds, and…

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Ken Taylor’s Boston BoatWorks-Built 40z VIM has been named HarborMoor’s “Boat of the Week”

We’re honored that Ken Taylor’s Boston BoatWorks-built 40z VIM has been named HarborMoor’s “Boat of the Week” because HarborMoor is Marblehead, Massachusetts’ premier online boating community celebrating the people, boats, and service providers which make Marblehead such a special spot. And this excerpt of their interview with Taylor provides great insight on how easy…

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Boat Builder Profile: Margarita Esteban
Margarita Esteban (in the pink respirator) is an engineer who loves being on the shop floor.

Boat Builder Profile: Margarita Esteban

[Note: This is the second boat builder profile for our ongoing series that shows how passionate, dedicated and talented our team is at building some of the best boats in the world!] BBW’s manufacturing engineer Margarita Esteban grew up surrounded by the sea on the Spanish island of Majorca, and she knew she wanted…

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We’re Back!

When Michael Jordan came out of retirement in 1994 his press release simply said: “I’m back.” And while we strive for excellence just as MJ did, and we’re excited to get back to doing what we love—building boats—again, we aren’t as tough as he was! In fact, the secret of our success has always…

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Boat Builder Profile: Jason Krivelow

BBW’s facilities manager Jason Krivelow’s path to becoming a member of the BBW team is actually pretty…dramatic. “Before I started at BBW, I’d just graduated cabinet and furniture making school at the North Bennet Street School in the North End of Boston,” Krivelow said recently. “I’d decided to go back to school because I’d…

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Boston BoatWorks Production Update

We hope you and your family are well during this challenging time. As you know, we’ve temporarily paused production because nothing is more important than the health of our team. Massachusetts has ordered non-essential business closed through at least 5/18. But the good news is we’ve been working full-time to develop a comprehensive plan…

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Boston BoatWorks Featured in Forbes!

[Note: Below is an excerpt from a story writen by Forbes Senior Contributor Bill Springer who recently interviewed BBW owner and founder Scott Smith for his "Yacht Influencer Interview" series.] The skilled boat builders at Boston BoatWorks have not only been using advanced composite materials and high-tech methods to build highly sought-after MJM Yachtsand other custom projects…

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