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Front Street Shipyard is erecting a solar farm at its off-site storage facility, as well as replacing old florescent tubes with LED lighting at its waterfront facility.
Take a look around Front Street Shipyard in October 2021 as the crew reviews and prepares for the upcoming work this winter.
Front Street Shipyard is building a Ray Hunt-designed powerboat that will launch in 2022 for a New England-area client seeking a refined, practical boat for local waters.
Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, is now operating a five-axis 3D waterjet cutting machine that is the largest of its kind in the State of Maine and among the largest in the country.
Video: Following the refit of TEMPUS FUGIT in early 2020, her captain talked about his time at Front Street Shipyard working with our talented team. Video by Billy Black.
We’re sad to share the news of George Davis’ passing on April 21, 2020, following a battle against cancer.
Front Street Shipyard is preparing to take delivery of a five-axis 3D waterjet cutting machine that will become the largest of its kind in the state of Maine.
FSS now has a customer lounge and interior design showroom styled by Tack studios.
Front Street Shipyard is beginning a comprehensive refit on Maine Seacoast Mission’s 74-foot telemedicine vessel SUNBEAM V, which has been delivering healthcare and other vital services between Maine’s islands and the mainland since her launching 24 years ago.
The United States Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration has awarded a $667,028 grant to Front Street Shipyard as part of the 2018 (MARAD) Small Shipyard Grants program.
Front Street Shipyard has finalized the financing to begin construction of a new facility adjacent to its existing yard on the Belfast waterfront.
The CORWITH CRAMER’s major maintenance period, a new performance sailing cat from McCollough Yachts, and refit projects.
East Coast Yacht Sales has announced that they have opened their sixth brokerage office in Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.
Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, is partnering with Brødrene Aa in Hyen, Norway, to market, sell and build carbon fiber ferries throughout the United States under the new company name Arcadia Alliance.
Check out our latest issue of Passages magazine featuring the refit ASHA, a visit from the New York Yacht Club, and the 2015 Penobscot Pursuit regatta. You can also subscribe to receive a copy of Passages twice per year!
Front Street Shipyard’s in-house design team developed a new line of modern sloops now available for construction. The line includes 84-foot, 102-foot and 112-foot yachts that are performance-oriented with a range of interior options.