Projects

Church Spire repairs

Repairs to Church Spire #1 Repairs to Church Spire #2
Repairs to Church Spire #3 Repairs to Church Spire #4 Repairs to Church Spire #5 Repairs to Church Spire #6 Repairs to Church Spire #7 Repairs to Church Spire #8

A storm had brought down the Spire of the Edmonton Baptist Church which was repaired and strengthened.

Engrained rust particles

Rust engrained in Gelcoat treatment
Rust engrained in Gelcoat treatment - before & after

Rust particles from nearby grinding work had got engrained in the hull of this yacht which sailed from the Isle of Man for treatment here.

Osmosis on a Westerly Storm

Westerly Storm Osmosis treatmentWesterly Storm Osmosis treatment

This Westerly Storm is being treated for Osmosis, here a foam strenthening spar within the hull had held moisture so has been removed.

Workboat repair

Repairs to Nabber - the Port Solent work boat.

Ports Solent's work boat Nabber - repairs to the rudder plus raising the rudder tube above the waterline.

Collision damage

Toe rail damage

This yacht was hit on the port side damaging the toe rail and scuffing the hull.

2013 MV Infinity Respray

Infinity sailed from Malta to Gosport where Goodacre stripped and repainted the 29 metre Moonen.

29m Superyacht ResprayMV Infinity relection in radar archThe 29m Moonen side on29m Moonen Bow

More info and photos of the work on www.superyachtrespray.com

Repairs to Lutine

"this family run business was Lloyd's of London's first choice..." - Article courtesy of Sailing Today Magazine.

After an incident in The Solent before the start of the 2011 Round the Island race Lutine's port side needed repair.

Large hole with cracking to waterlineDamage viewed from the insideRepairs to the damaged area beginRepairs in progressLuitine back in good shapeThe finished repairRestration of the damage to inside

A letter from the Commodore

Jan 2011 Hecat

Hecat had a topsides respray, new teak deck and varnish work...

Hecat transomTeak decking on HecatTeak decking on the bowA cleat on the teak deckTeak dech side viewTeak decking on the sternForward decking viewed from the cabinHecat Shoreham TransomHecat MotorboatCarved wood detail on the bow

Lutine Refit

Lutine: A classic 1988 build 53 foot Swan owned by the Lloyds of London Yacht Club. Having new teak deck by Goodacre Boat Repairs and Refits at their Port Solent Base. The original boat was called "HMS Lutine" which sank in 1799 and led to the Lutine bell being rung at Lloyds when a boat sank. More info on HMS Lutine.

March 2010 New Teak Decking is in place and looking beautiful...

New Teak Decking on Lutine

May 2010 work now done & Lutine is back in the water...

Lutine after the refit 1Lutine fater the refit 2Lutine after the refit 3Lutine after the refit 4 Lutine after the refit 5Lutine's Mast looking up