We have the pleasure and experience of maintaining and restoring a wide range of traditional vessels from clinker dinghies, motor yachts, vessels of historical importance to superyacht tenders. Our commitment to the future of these boats is epitomised by our attention to detail.
Our craftsmen are passionate about the work we do and take great pride in achieving the best results expected by our clientele to optimise the enjoyment of their craft. We appreciate the importance of these boats' age and endeavour to be sympathetic to their heritage, preserving original features where possible.
We would be honoured to show you around our facilities in person but in the meantime please explore our website. Please feel free to call us on 01932 563448 or email us with any query you may have.
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Craftsmanship, quality and beauty is the hallmark of a Dennett restored craft. Priding ourselves on the good name which we have built up for over 60 years, we use time honoured techniques, passed from father to son, to restore historic vessels.About Us
We understand the care and attention a classic craft needs. Over the years we have had the pleasure of maintaining and restoring a huge variety of traditional wooden boats. Each boat is cared for by traditionally trained, skilled craftsmen with a combined experience of well over 100 years. Please follow us on social media to be kept up-to-date with our most recent projects.Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram
As traditional boat enthusiasts, we understand the pride and joy that goes into owning, maintaining and restoring classic boats . This is why the quality of our finish and customer satisfaction is so important to us.Read Testimonials
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