Mid-Atlantic Service…off the Chesapeake Bay
The Bluewater Yacht Yard located in Hampton, Virginia is a state-of-the-art yacht service and repair facility representing one of the highest concentrations of marine technical expertise and craftsmanship in the Mid-Atlantic region. Sitting adjacent to the Bluewater Yachting Center, the Yard boasts a 60 foot tall enclosed paint facility as well as seperate engine bays, a full welding shop, cabinetry shops and a complete Parts Department. From the basics of seasonal maintenance to full-scale retro-fit projects, Bluewater’s capabilities accommodate your service needs year round and 24/7.
Bluewater is happy to congratulate our Hampton service yard for this year’s Chesapeake Bay Magazine Best of the Bay category winners for Best Fuel Dock, Best Engine Work, Best General Repairs and Best Boat Yard.
Bluewater Hampton Amenities
- Full service for vessels up to 120’
- 100- and 50-ton Marine Travel Lifts
- 8 acres of exterior service area
- 11,000 sq. ft. climate controlled paint facility
- Multiple interior service bays
Recent Projects in Hampton
Exceptional Service for Longtime Bluewater Customers
Geoffrey and Mary Bloom have been longtime customers of ours, having received their first Bluewater purchase back in 2002 - a Viking 61 Enclosed Bridge. Over the years they have moved up and up with us, expanding to a 68 and more recently a 76EB. We consider ourselves...
56′ Neptunus, “Second Wind”, Happy Customers and Puppy Love
Mr. and Mrs. Melchiorre own a 56' 2005 Neptunus "Second Wind", recently took delivery of their boat after spending the winter on the hard for a minor facelift, to include a new radiused aft deck bulkhead and the replacement of the aft deck teak and steps. Throughout...
Upper Helm Teak Installation for 2016 39′, Southern Draw
Southern Draw, a 2016 39' Tiara owned by Brian Darnell, spent part of the winter at the Hampton Service Yard having new teak installed on the upper helm, which included removing the existing teak pads on the boarding area, steps and footrests on the helm and port...