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3805 Harborview Drive
Gig Harbor, WA 98332

(253) 857-9344

Working to Preserve Gig Harbors Historic Working Waterfront this non-profit boatyard located in historic Gig Harbor, Washington is the birthplace of the Thunderbird sailboat.

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Boat Restoration

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Community Boat Restoration Program

Hands-on Boatbuilding, Restoration and Repair
 

Open to the Public for viewing!
 Saturdays 9am to 5pm   |   Call (253) 857-9344 to Register

Cost:  $10 non-members per Saturday   |   No Charge members  

Learn from master boatbuilder Tom Regan as he guides program participants through a boat building, boat repair or boat restoration project. Community Boat Restoration Program projects have included building a 15.8 foot Lake George rowing boat, and the restoration and electric re-power of two classic Puget Sound motor launches the "A.R. Fisk"  and the "Gaylynn."  Go to Boat Rental to learn more about renting these boats through Gig Harbor BoatShop's Livery Program.

If you’re interested in learning more from a master about boat building and boat repair and want to spend time in a historic boat shop, join the Gig Harbor BoatShop Community Boat Restoration Program crew on Saturdays.  

Click here to find out what's happening this week at the Community Boat Restoration Program.

 

A.R. Fisk "before" and "after" the Community Restoration Program.   (click images below enlarge) 

 
 
 

current ProjectS

Restoration of the canvas canoe-style "Willy Reid"  began January 30, 2016.  (click on images below to enlarge)

Past Projects

The Gaylynn, A.R. Fisk, and Lake George Rowing Boat are pictured below.  (click any image to enlarge)

Before and after photos: A lapstrake skiff was repaired as a display boat for the new Main & Vine Store in Gig Harbor.