Repairers of all vessels and applicators of marine paints

David Glenn Boat Builders Pty Ltd
Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron
578 The Esplanade, Manly, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


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On this 38 foot sailing vessel, we stripped down everything below the waterline and then sheaved with eglass and epoxy and repainted with an epoxy/urethane paint finish.On this 38 foot sailing vessel, we stripped down everything below the waterline and then sheaved with eglass and epoxy and repainted with an epoxy/urethane paint finish.On this 38 foot sailing vessel, we stripped down everything below the waterline and then sheaved with eglass and epoxy and repainted with an epoxy/urethane paint finish.
This 57 foot motor vessel had a complete refit and finished with an epoxy/urethane paint system.This 57 foot motor vessel had a complete refit and finished with an epoxy/urethane paint system.
We fitted new 1 1/8We fitted new 1 1/8
We constructed a fridge and freezer for the top deck of this motor vessel.
We completed a deck restoration on this 40 foot sailing vessel. The true laid decking was removed and replaced with 3/4 marine ply sheaved with 400 CSM and finished with an expoxy/urethane paint.We completed a deck restoration on this 40 foot sailing vessel. The true laid decking was removed and replaced with 3/4 marine ply sheaved with 400 CSM and finished with an expoxy/urethane paint.We completed a deck restoration on this 40 foot sailing vessel. The true laid decking was removed and replaced with 3/4 marine ply sheaved with 400 CSM and finished with an expoxy/urethane paint.We completed a deck restoration on this 40 foot sailing vessel. The true laid decking was removed and replaced with 3/4 marine ply sheaved with 400 CSM and finished with an expoxy/urethane paint.
We completed a customised refit and epoxy/urethane paint finish on this 50 foot sailing cat.We completed a customised refit and epoxy/urethane paint finish on this 50 foot sailing cat.
We built a custom console and hard top for this 26 foot speed boat.
This 56 foot motor vessel came to us with a cavatation problem.  By giving the keel a finer trailing edge into the aperture, we were able to solve the problem.This 56 foot motor vessel came to us with a cavatation problem.  By giving the keel a finer trailing edge into the aperture, we were able to solve the problem.