Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Yarmouth Boat Yard
31 followers
31 followers
About
Yarmouth Boat Yard's posts

Post has attachment
The all-new Pursuit DC 325 combines open-boat luxury with sport utility to create a boat that can be used for most any day-boat activity. The boat can be used for fishing, entertaining, diving, camping, cruising or just hanging out with lots of friends or an extended family. She has the bones of an express fishboat, but she is instead a dual console bowrider that adds remarkable utility for nearly any on-water activity offshore. Her creative use of interior console space and convertible seating should allow her to appeal to a wide audience.

http://www.boattest.com/Partners/Partner-Main.aspx?lp_id=408&t=BOAT-TEST&Videoid=3213&p=3&s=

Post has attachment
“We are seeing strong growth in the semi-production boat building segment and are excited Bob and his team at Eastern Boats, Inc. put their confidence in us,” said Navroze Eduljee, founder and CEO of CorVant, creators of PierVantage.

http://www.maritime-executive.com/pressrelease/Eastern-Boats-Selects-PierVantage-2014-12-12

Post has attachment
Royal River Dredge Project Approaches Yarmouth Boat Yard

Post has attachment
TONIGHT: Our very own Michelle Wheeler shows Parker Kelley and Tom Richardson how to operate a jet ski at our beautiful location at Point Sebago. 

Be sure to check out our show TONIGHT on NESN! 

http://newenglandboating.com/news/new-england-boating-tv-sebago-lake-region-me-to-air-monday-dec-1.html
Photo

Make sure you set your DVR's and tune into the Yarmouth, ME travel magazine episode of New England Boating TV this upcoming Monday night November 3rd at 6:30pm on NESN and again Sunday November 9th at 12:30pm. We feature the Rosemont Market and Bakery and Bakery, Royal River Grillhouse, Chebeague Island Inn , Yarmouth Boat Yard and so much more! 

Post has attachment
In this episode we show how to remove the manifold and check for any corrosion. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at Yarmouth Boat Yard, (207)846-9050.

Post has attachment
Rust on the spark plugs can be an indication of possible engine failure.

In this episode we show how to check the spark plugs. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at Yarmouth Boat Yard, (207)846-9050.

Post has attachment
A visit from Senator Susan Collins today!

Post has attachment
As you may know, the federal dredge of the Royal River will begin on approximately October 1, 2014.

Burnham Associates, Inc. out of Salem, MA, won the bid. According to the Army Corps, Burnham Associates, Inc. will begin on or around October 1st, starting at the mouth of the Royal River and dredging for approximately 3 months, weather permitting.

Yarmouth Boat Yard slip contracts end on October 15th, 2014. October 1st - 15th boaters will only be able to pass the dredge work area during high tide.

Prock Marine Company, out of Rockland, ME, will begin dredging Yarmouth Boat Yard on or around November 8th, 2014.

We will do our best to keep you informed of the progress on our website http://www.yarmouthboatyard.com/custompage2.asp?pg=royalriverdredge. Thank you for your patience during this time. We look forward to providing you with an even better boating season in 2015.

The dredging contractor is being required to use a specific haul route when transiting to and from the dredged material placement site as indicated by the map. 

http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Portals/74/docs/Topics/RoyalRiver/RoyalRiverHaulRte.pdf

All fishing gear must be removed 200 feet from either side of the specified haul route centerline to avoid damage to, or loss of, fishing gear during this operation.

For all inquiries, contact Corps Project Manager Michael Walsh at (978) 318-8586.

Post has attachment
“Once again, the crew of New England Boating TV was treated to a week of beautiful weather during our return to the Casco Bay area to shoot our Portland episode. We started by launching the Pursuit C260 at the Yarmouth Boat Yard on Tuesday before making our way south to Falmouth and Handy Boat, where we docked for lunch at the Dockside Grill. The restaurant treated us to some delicious seafood chowder (some of the best we’ve sampled) and a couple of specialty cocktails for which it’s known.”

http://www.yarmouthboatyardne.com/847857/2014/09/03/ne-boating-tv-report-from-the-field-portland-maine.html
Wait while more posts are being loaded