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The Fibrelite team repair, and modify, boats built of fibreglass, composite, and timber materials; repairing all classes of boats from small racing dinghies to fishing trawlers; small trailer boats to luxury motor yachts.

Fibrelite offers a comprehensive repair service including major structural repairs, minor repairs, and repairs resulting from collision, rot, osmosis, fire, water damage, or those repairs which are simply the result of many years’ service.

Recently we strengthened the hull of ‘Salthouse 68’ prior to the installation of hydraulic stabilizers and then fully installed the system.  We also completed repairs and repainted the hull and decks of a S80 yacht; and rebuilt the transom and the underfloor structure of a Savage Mako 55 SP Mk2.  Pictures of these, and many other, projects can be seen in our ‘Repair Image Gallery’.

Whilst these examples illustrate Fibrelite’s ability to undertake major repairs  we also undertake general maintenance tasks including: repairs to damaged gel-coat, repair and repainting of superstructures, decks and hulls; replacement and repair of teak work; installation of transducers, upgrading of electrical and electronic systems; repair and maintenance of grey, black and freshwater systems; the application of anti-fouling and ‘Prop Speed’ these are a few of the many tasks we undertake.

The Fibrelite Boats repair service is a comprehensive service offered by a team of experienced shipwrights who really know boats; how to build boats, and how to repair boats. We have many years’ experience working with all the major Australian boat insurance companies; and can assure you any repairs, or modifications, to your boat will be completed thoroughly, speedily, economically and to the highest standard.

We are always happy to answer any queries, and give advice on any boat repairs, or modifications, you may be considering. Please feel free to visit our O’Connor facilities, or give Ben a call on 0410 445 585, or simply click on the ‘Contact’ button on this page.
April 2018.