Classic Wooden Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Classic Wooden Boats – Boat Canvas and Carpets The largest manufacturer of Classic Wooden Boats are Chris Craft. It was founded by Christopher Columbus Smith and sons Jay, Bernard and Owen. They started in a small town Algonac, Michigan. It was here that 13 year-old Christopher Columbus Smith built his first boat in…

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Classic Fiberglass Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Classic Fiberglass Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Ray Greene in Toledo, Ohio, he built a fiberglass and polyester sailboat in 1942, probably a Snipe. So a sailing dinghy was the first fiberglass sailboat. It turns out there were several earlier boats made of fiberglass and various plastic resins, but most of them…

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Wellcraft Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Wellcraft Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Wellcraft innovation opened up recreational boating to a whole new audience more than six decades ago. In 1970, Wellcraft built THE WELLCRAFT V’S, Five Ray Hunt designed, Deep V hulls are high performance, seagoing Wellcraft boats. By 1979, they launched V-20 STEP-LIFT FISHERMAN with Deep V…

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Winner Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Winner Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Founded in 1947, Winner Boats produced one of the first fiberglass powerboats to be offered to the public. Operating in the state of Tennessee, the line-up of vessels created by Winner Boats was extensive with center consoles, dual consoles, cuddy cruisers and bow riders available. Winner…

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Viking Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Viking Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets In 1964, Viking Yacht Company formed when brothers Bill and Bob Healey purchased Peterson-Viking Builders, a well-regarded NJ manufacturer of wooden sportfishing and cruising boats. Fall 1972 – Viking 40’ Convertible makes its debut. It is a huge marketing success over 600 40/41’ models sold over…

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Triton Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Triton Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Triton Boats are one of the leading manufacturers of fiberglass boats in the country today, placing its focus on building safe, long-lasting boats. The manufacturers dedicate much of their time on the interior and run several tests to make certain that the performance runs smoothly and…

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VIP Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for VIP Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Founded in 1968, VIP Boats products range consists of runabout sport and deck boats. Eventually occupying a very large 340,000-plus square foot facility, VIP Boats has engaged in-house construction of many items including upholstery and trailers. The boat company filed bankruptcy in 2008, but Caddo Manufacturing…

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Tige Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Tige Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Founded by Charles Pigeon in 1991, Tige Boats watercrafts are constructed with high performance activities in mind. Fast as well as agile, family waterskiing and wakeboarding outings can be partaken with the cutting edge-designed Tige powerboats. One of the unique features located onboard Tige products is…

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Thompson Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Thompson Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets In 1904, Peter Thompson, along with his brother Christ, built a canoe in the barn of their family’s farm two miles north of Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The next year they sold over 100 boats, mostly through catalog sales. Within a few short years, all six Thompson brothers…

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Thundercraft Boat – Canvas & Carpet

    Request A Quote Today for Thundercraft Boats – Snap-on Canvas and Carpets Building a range of bow rider, ski boats and cuddy cruisers, Thunder Craft Boats was a French-Canadian marine manufacturer. Producing fiberglass watercraft between 15 and 22 feet in length, Thunder Craft Boats are built to utilize outboard or stern drive propulsion. Thunder Craft Boats collapsed due…

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