This rig was built by Marine Warehouse Center for Duke University to carry students in small research groups at the Duke Marine Lab Facility in Beaufort, NC. Fit and finish was important in this build which is why the traditional kit boat parts were all reinforced and fiber-glassed into the deck for superior rigidity.Check out the [FULL SPECS].
This rig was built by Marine Warehouse Center for the North Carolina Division of Coastal Management for their Coastal Reserve Division. This passenger vessel provides transportation for educational tours of the Rachel Carson Reserve site which is located between the mouths of the Newport and North Rivers and directly across Taylor’s Creek from the historic town of Beaufort in Carteret County. The main part of the site, just south of Beaufort, is a complex of islands which includes Carrot Island, Town Marsh, Bird Shoal and Horse Island
This J1650 Carolina Skiff Kit boat was built for the University of North Carolina at Wilmington's CREST Research Park Shellfish Hatchery Division. It is powered by a lightweight, versatile and quiet Yamaha 4-stroke 40hp Jet driven outboard. This engine is propeller-free and powerful, and boldly goes where no conventional outboard would dare. Skinnies. Shallows. Rocky-bottom rivers. Sandbars. Shoals. Rapids.
This is a custom-made package by Marine Warehouse Center. It includes a Carolina Skiff 18 JVX powered by a Suzuki DF70 four stroke 70 hp engine and sits on top of a Road King all welded aluminum trailer with welded bunk supports, torsion axle, and PVC guide poles.
This boat is custom made to fit your needs. If you can dream it up, we will find a way to make it happen. This 18 JVX center console was upgraded with a Garmin, dual Engel coolers, King Pin anchors in the front and rear, camo hydro turf, and tons of other features.
These custom rigs, "What Cheer" and "Hope", were built for to provide guided tours of the Narragansett Bay, Providence River and the famous WaterFire in Waterplace Park. The Providence River is formed by the confluence of the Woonasquatucket and Moshassuck rivers in downtown Providence where the Woonasquatucket River's original riverbed has been diverted into a man-made channel through Waterplace Park.
This 238 DLV was a custom ordered Carolina Skiff and was equipped with a custom built T-top and collapsible Cobia Tower. The T-top was built by High Speed Welding with 1.5" polished anodized aluminum piping to ensure durability and is made with Sunbrella Canvas material. It includes (4) rear-facing stainless steel rod holders, (2) angled stainless steel rod holders for trolling, an electronics box, a life jacket storage compartment, and a stern LED spreader light.
This custom rig, "Big Julie", was built by Marine Warehouse Center for Adventure Harbor Tours. They are a Charleston, South Carolina based company that specializes in private boat tours and sunset boat cruises in and around the Charleston Harbor. "Big Julie" has a Certificate of Inspection from the US Coast Guard for 18 passengers plus one crew member. All of the traditional Carolina Skiff kit boat parts were reinforced and fiber-glassed into the deck for superior rigidity.
This custom rig, "Oyster Catcher" was built for Coastal Expeditions by Marine Warehouse Center. Coastal Expeditions is a company based out of Charleston, South Carolina that provides "ecotour charters led by skilled naturalist captains for specialized adventures that focus on birding, history, photography and the natural beauty of Charleston and the surrounding estuaries, bays, creeks and rivers. They also provide private tours into Cape Romain NWR, the ACE Basin, Francis Marion National Forest, Waccamaw NWR and Lowcountry Open Land Trust." Not only does this custom rig easily accommodate 18 passengers and one crew member, it has a Certificate of Inspection from the US Coast Guard.
This custom rig, "Nessie" was built for the New England Science & Sailing Foundation. They are "an ocean adventure nonprofit company based out of Stonington, Connecticut which provides STEM-based education programs, on and off the water, for students from all walks of life. Their goal is to use marine sciences, adventure sports, powerboating, and sailing as platforms for inquiry-based learning, personal discovery, teaching respect and responsibility for the sea, and creating connections with the community. NESS operates year-round with families, schools, and organizations to provide high-quality programs that blend an innovative curriculum with exciting ocean adventure activities." This custom rig has a Certificate of Inspection from the US Coast Guard and is rated for 18 passengers and one crew member.