"Scott has been helping to improve the Verve since we bought her in 1982. She was a 50' Hatteras Motor Yacht which we expanded to 59 ft with the addition of a 9' cockpit. Scott was involved with this effort and has been almost continually helping us turn the boat into a very special yacht. Among recent projects are the beautiful mahogany floor in the main salon, the main salon ceiling with lighting,  mahogany ribs, the major remodel of the aft deck from an almost outdoor space to a very useable addition to the main salon. He is currently replacing the galley windows. I would trust Scott with any work on the Verve. He is a true GENIUS in his art and trade."

- Frank and Barbara Hope (Verve, 50' Hatteras Motor Yacht)


"We had a vision for a comfortable, functional flybridge when we purchased our 1996 trawler. Scott made that a reality. He designed the entire remodel while taking our requirements and concerns into careful consideration. He created a beautiful, custom designed console for instruments, a stunning and very functional table, and repositioned and modified the settees to give us more seating and leg room. His attention to detail and workmanship is unsurpassed. In addition to being a perfectionist, he is incredibly easy to work with. We could not be more pleased with the result and cannot recommend him highly enough."

- Ted and Ann Gay (Discovery, 48’ Ocean Alexander)


 "After 20+ years of hard use, my 1990 Grand Banks sliding windows had "grown" shut . Scott developed a technique to remove the windows and corroded hardware without destroying the boat. He then replaced the windows with stainless hardware and current state of the art materials.The boat is like new. Scott is an amazing engineer and artist."

- Daniel Devoe


"Scott did an outstanding job of removing and reinstalling the original 35yr old 7/8in planked teak cockpit sole and framework on our 36' Egg Harbor Sportfishing boat "Fiji Girl" in Spring of 2013. The two 160 gal Diesel Fuel Tanks were located underneath of the cockpit and the deck needed to be removed to access the tanks for replacement. Scott had to remove the Tackle Center, the ladder to the bridge and then accomplish a perimeter cut around the deck through the framework. He and a few Yard Workers then lifted the entire Cockpit up and out of the boat and then placed it on saw horses in the Boat Yard. The deck was in very good condition but some of the framework needed replacement. He also modified the hatches to blend in with the deck in a very yacht quality standard. It improved the look of the deck greatly!

After my Brother and I replaced the two fuel tanks, fuel lines, entire exhaust system, hydraulic steering hoses and painted the space, Scott then brought the entire deck down and surgically placed the deck back in place and attached it to the existing framework. I could not believe the deck fit so well! The finish work was absolutely outstanding, yacht quality and within the quoted price!!"

Kim and Kevin Sage