Teak & Cabinetry
Stunning Custom Woodwork Inside & Out
In addition to popular “mezzanine” additions, Bluewater has long been recognized for our talented woodworkers and artful craftsmen. Prized for its ability to resist rot and warping, durability and beauty, teak also provides a better traction, wet or dry. And did we mention it looks good? From the most complex teak work to the finest detailed cabinetry, our team of skilled artisans and craftsman do not disappoint. Our projects include:
- Custom Teak Decks and Cockpits
- Custom Teak Covering Boards, Toe Rails and Accents
- Fine Wood Custom Cabinetry
- Custom Wood Components
- Rod Storage
- Storage Systems
- Teak Helm Pods
- Wine Cabinets
Recent Teak Work
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...
Gary Gilmore's Viking 52, "Contango" recently visited the Bluewater Yacht Yard in Hampton to receive fresh hull paint plus the addition of a raised mezzanine in the cockpit. A mezzanine refit has become known as one of Bluewater's many specialties, and the new...
This Viking 64 Convertible was previously known as "Oh My Gosh", but since being sold has been repainted and received transom teak work, including the addition of her new name: "Goose". This sportfisher from Viking Yachts is also enjoying a refinish of her full teak...
Top athletes aren’t just born but honed, developing innate skill through hours of practice. The surfer carving a perfect wave, a diver executing miraculous turns, even the winning bait spread would not exist with out days of training, repetitive workouts and great...
The Hikel family are enjoying their beautiful 2006 Princess Yachts 65, appropriately named Endless Summer, after she recently spent some time in the capable and intuitive hands of Bluewater Yacht Yards technicians and engineers. During her stay at the Bluewater Yacht...