We are located in Allyn, Washington just minutes from the Fair Harbor Marina on Case Inlet in southwestern Puget Sound.
Phone: (360) 277-9015
Working from a pristine cove on South Puget Sound's inland waters, Grapeview Point Boat Works builds lightweight wooden rowing, paddling, and sailing craft.
Using plans from the late 19th century, as well as contemporary designers such as Iain Oughtred, Doug Hylan and Joel White, Grapeview Point Boat Works consults with you to determine what type of boat would exactly suit your requirements.
Let Grapeview Point Boat Works give your vintage vessel a new lease on life. Do you have an older boat that still has a lot of life left in it, yet has cracking and peeling varnish or paint, missing hardware, or decaying bulkheads or thwarts?
Let us restore your boat to its former glory, so that it can be enjoyed once again.
Grapeview Point Boat Works offers a wide range of repair and maintenance services for all types of boats.
We work on all types of recreational boats, ranging from 7 ft. fiberglass dinghies to 45 ft. power cruisers.
Need a minor gel coat repair? Need a new transom for your older boat? How about a new masthead light on your sailboat? Want those handrails refinished? We can do all of that for you and more.
A proper pair of oars makes the all the difference when rowing. Most oars are tremendously overbuilt for pleasurable rowing. If you intend to use the oars in surf or white water, the massive strength may be required, but if you are rowing in conditions that are more typical, you will enjoy the increased efficiency of rowing with oars that are more refined.
Better oars make rowing easier, will get you to your destination sooner, let you travel farther, or all the above. They certainly are more enjoyable to use.