Originally launched by Hodgdon Yachts in 2003, 154-foot Asolare returned to the shipyard for the repair of aft deck damage and mizzen mast replacement. To avoid unstepping and restepping the main mast, which had just been removed the year prior, the boat was creatively positioned only partially in the shed. While out of the water, the vessel required additional maintenance, including system control PLCs being relocated from the helm area to a more protected location below, propeller and driveline systems serviced, all outboard sea valve service and rebuilding of multiple hydraulic valve blocks.
Originally launched by Hodgdon Yachts in 1989, 84-foot Kizbel returned to the yard after being sold. The new owner wanted extensive layout modifications in order to better suit his young family. Additionally, mufflers were replaced, hydraulics were rebuilt and replumbed, and the lighting, chain, anchors, and navigation and communication electronics were replaced.
116-foot steel hull sailboat Naema underwent a significant refit in East Boothbay in order to improve the overall reliability and functionality of this recently built vessel. Work included removing all engines, generators, mechanicals, and plumbing from the engine room, reinsulating the engine room, upsizing one of the generators, installing new plumbing, reinstalling some of the sail handling systems, and rewiring the galley and crew area.
Black Knight, an 83-foot motor yacht needed significant external repairs upon arriving at Hodgdon’s facility. In addition to reinstalling a new teak deck, deck furniture was rebuilt, and plumbing and wiring systems were updated.