Repair and Refit

With the completion of our new factory a long term plan has been made possible which is to blend our new builds with refit work. We are in an ideal position to utilise all the features which make us successful in building new boats.

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    Timberwolf 2016

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    This Ashby designed trimaran came in for repairs and repaint after sustaining damage from another boat slipping her mooring.

    Te Kotuku 2015

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    This Nautic 13m came in for a full cockpit deck rebuild and repair. As well as a repaint, keel repair and new teak decks.

    Blackjack 2014

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    This 60’ Salthouse Sportsfisher came in for a full repaint, as well as changes to the cockpit dinette and fly bridge, before returning to Australia.

    Moody Blue 2014

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    This Beale 47 came in for some keel work and a new rudder, new galley and nav station bench tops were also built, along with new teak and holly soles.

    Trilogy 2013

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    This Salthouse 50 underwent an absolute transformation with a hull extension taking it out to 55 feet, creating a massive cockpit for game fishing and entertaining. New teak decking on the cockpit sole and side decks was fitted, along with new water and livebait tanks.

    Jaunt 2013

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    This lovely Elite Marine Espresso 40 underwent a major refit including hull and deck repainting, a new engine and leg, hydraulic lifting boarding platform and many other equipment upgrades.

    Kaihanu 2012

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    This 1998 Bish Marine built Elite 14.8m mid pilothouse has undergone extensive exterior modifications and a full repaint. The addition of head liner panels created a more modern feel to the interior.

    Venezia 2012

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    This 36 foot Mason Clipper came into the LSB workshop for an exterior tidy up including stripping and varnishing the mahogany coamings, and new name boards. The stern legs were also removed and serviced, and a new toilet and holding tank installed.

    Vacanza 2012

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    Built by LSB in 2002, Vacanza came in for a full repaint and general tidy up, and now looks like a new boat again.

    Laissez Faire 2012

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    Built by Alloy Yachts in 1989 this 68 foot Alan Warwick designed motoryacht came in for a full repaint, rejuvenated varnish work and new teak decks. Corrosion issues typical for a vessel of this vintage were also repaired, with all teak caprails and mouldings removed, re-varnished and reinstated.

    Boudica 2011

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    Built by LSB back in 2000, this Elite 16m mid pilothouse underwent some exterior modifications which included the addition of a boarding platform, alterations to the transom and the installation of a built in BBQ. She was also fully repainted outside. The interior varnish work was refurbished, along with the addition of a bow thruster and diesel heater.

    Chico 40'S

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    In 2009 Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders were awarded the contract to refit the three RNZN sail training Chico 40's, after a competitive bid process involving 18 other yards. The three boats underwent full deck refits consecutively between mid 2009 and mid 2010, the decks were fully repainted and new teak laid. Some of the cockpit hatch scuppers were also modified to improve their watertight integrity and all stainless steel fittings were electro-polished before being reinstated.

    Spirit of Canada

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    This open 60 race yacht underwent refit and repaint work in late 2009, with the hull repainted in white rather than the original red, and the coach roof and foredeck nonskid paintwork also redone. Some interior modifications were also completed, along with having new antifoul applied. She has now been renamed O'Canada and is based in the USA.

    Te Whara III

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    This Elite 14m Mid Pilothouse Motor Yacht, built by Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders back in 1998, came back in for a full exterior repaint and some minor modifications in late 2009. New electronics and a bow thruster were also installed, along with new sliding windows, while all deck gear was re-chromed and new teak decking laid on the boarding platform. The cockpit teak deck was also refurbished to as new condition.

    Shimea

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    This Warwick 48 underwent a full exterior repaint in 2008. The helm station also had new electronics installed which required some dash modifications. New teak was also laid on the side decks and boarding platform, and many other minor modification and upgrade jobs were completed.

    Pintari

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    Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders designed and built a new fully enclosed flybridge for this vessel, along with installing new electronics and laying new teak on the boarding platform. Pintari was then given a full exterior repaint and antifoul. Many other minor upgrades and alterations were also completed at this time.

    Some comments from Pintari's owner:

    'In 2007 it was time for our 20 year old Salthouse launch to receive a bit of a facelift… all the work done was of an impeccably high standard, Simon, Lloyd and their tradesmen designed and built a modification that suits the original design and has received complimentary review from the most critical boaties. Several people have not recognised Pintari as the same boat after she came out of Lloyd's shed.

    The best thing about the whole process was the expertise and positive attitude Lloyd and Simon applied to every single issue. It always felt as they were looking after their own boat whenever a decision had to be made.

    We enjoyed the experience and are totally satisfied with the outcome that has been achieved.

    If any owners are looking at refurbishment work and want to be excited rather than fearful at the prospect we recommend they contact Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders.'

    Simon Ostick, owner of Pintari

    Maximus

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    A 100 foot Greg Elliott designed race yacht, Maximus came to Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders yard for a major deck refit in 2007, which included coach roof and deck hardware layout modifications. New carbon chainplates were also built and installed to accommodate the modified swept spreader rig configuration, along with construction of a new pasarelle and many other minor alterations. Several interior layout modifications were also completed and the deck and antifoul were repainted.

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    This Thomson 840 came in for a hull and deck repaint in early November 2010; some minor cosmetic repairs were also undertaken at this time to ensure a top quality finish was achieved. New antifoul was also applied while in the workshop and the project was completed for her very happy owner in mid-December.

    Fidelis

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    Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders very first refit, Fidelis was one of the most famous yachts ever launched in New Zealand. This classic 60 foot Vic Speight and Knud Reimers design had an outstanding race history which included winning the Auckland to Suva and the Sydney to Hobart races in 1966. Fidelis was extensively refitted by Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders in 1987 to transform her from a stripped out ocean racer to one of the fastest and most luxurious passage-makers of her day. Work included major interior and exterior modifications including new teak decks and a full repaint.