As you can see, we continue our ongoing collaboration with Armstrong Marine, Inc. (Port Angeles, WA). Looking to build your dream aluminum boat either a Resurrection Series
catamaran or a St. Elias Series monohull. Check out the bare hull building process and the results here on the home page! You can see the entire build process
for two vessels ( a power cat and a monohull) here:Home
Repowering Refits continue to be an ongoing theme. As you can see here on the homepage, a 1986 Sea Sport Pilothouse is featured. Check it
out! The owner also shared some of his initial data with us. And check out the other ones we have done on the Systems and Repowers page.
Refits continue to be a major theme across the U.S. (and globally, for that matter). So, if you love your current boat and the hull is sound and you really, in your heart of
hearts, don’t want to give it up- but would like to improve it- consider full or partial refits, from motors to hull repaints, to deck reconditioning, to refurbishment/remodeling of the cabin
interior. It is all possible, whether it is a kayak, a 22-footer or a yacht.
Check out every page on the site. As a broad overview, projects have included continued work on an ADF&G
research vessel, as they repair and maintain it for their continued water-based surveys in Prince William Sound and Kodiak Island waters. We have been assisting them over the few years.
We have also been doing bottom painting, kayak to open-water rowing conversions (Small
Boats/Kayaks), deck refurbishments and repairs (Bumps, Bruises, and Dings), upgrades for people who have purchased used boats and want to make
it “theirs”(An Assortment of projects), hull repaints (Topsides Painting), and insurance
repair claims, to name a few. And the brands have run the gamut, from home-built Tolmans to Alamar, North River, Sea Sport, Boulton, Boston Whaler, Glacier Craft, Ranger Tugs,Hewescraft, Osprey,
Kingfisher, Necky Kayaks... the list goes on.
So, whatever your need and wants, from exploring the possibility of commissioning your very own boat or meeting your needs with your current boat, we are here to serve you.
Enjoy checking out our website!
Ashbreez is a business member of the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC), which is the essential resource for technical information in the marine industry. Ashbreez works to
their standards and we are proud to be members of the organization that drives boating industry building and repair standards. As their tag line says, "Boating Safety Built In." Combine this
with being a member of the American Boatbuilders and Repairers Association (ABBRA) and you know Ashbreez is at the cutting edge of developments in our industry which means quality
work on your project.
We are the first boat repair facility ever, in Alaska, to be members of the American Boat Builders and Repairers Association. What does that mean? It means we
honor their Code of Ethics and it assists us in staying on top of trends in the marine industry.
Dealers for and Sellers of:
Ashbreez Boatworks is a Seastar Optimus Dealer. We are excited abou this great addition to our services. Check out our new tab: Optimus 360!
We are also aSeawide Distribution dealer. What does that mean for you? As a Seawide dealer,
we now have access to 51major brands of electronics systems.
Boats For Sale!
Our very own Devlin 1998 32' Devlin Black Crown will be for sale in Sprin '22! See all the details by clicking here:Boats For Sale
How to Find Us
The Ashbreez Boatworks Shop is located at 801 E. 82nd Ave, Unit C-1. Due to the nature of our work, hours are by appointment. Please feel free to call us at 907-529-1907 or e-mail us: