Hobie 33 getting the fully FinCo fairing treatment.
Race preping a boat is a form of restoration and renovation.
Look at how we've made some of our customer's boats faster:
FinCo restored this tired Aries 32 to a fine level
of finish including a clean bottom with epoxy barrier coat and fresh
All hardware was either restored or replaced
as required and mechanical systems brought up to current requirements.
Sometimes it all goes terribly wrong. FinCo's experienced
craftsmen are expert at making a structurally sound repair.
Special attention is given to make sure the repair is
as strong as the original boat and unnoticeable to a critical eye.
Perkins Diesel being rebuilt to factory specifications.
Our dedicated machinery shop.
A pair of small-block marine chevys being prepared
As part of a renovation project, this boat gets all
new plumbing for the engines' oil, fuel and cooling systems. All work
is performed to high standards for neatness and serviceability.
We love the classics, too. This vintage runabout needed
its stringers replaced. After 45 years of use the wood had rotted away
under the fiberglass.
After removing the rotted wood and grinding back to
sound fiberglass, the floors and stringers were carefully dry fit before
Stronger than originally built and good for another
The finished project, ready to head back out to the
The wood at the bow of this Ranger 33 undergoing full
restoration was shot so FinCo crafted and installed new teak at the bow
and fully replaced the toe-rails.
It's not all glamorous. A racing sailor's trailer's
fender had rusted through and we couldn't find replacements so we sanded
them down to good steel and applied heavy fiberglass reinforcement before
giving them a fresh coat of paint.
For more information about our line of replacement rudders, please call (714)
973-2878 or contact us at our offices
in Santa Ana, California.