First-Class Boat Painting Facilities

At Bridgeport Boatworks, we provide an array of services for the marine industry, including boat painting, spraying, and antifouling – We are a 20-acre shipyard in Connecticut with dedicated space for the preparation and painting of boats, masts and spars.

Painting is a trained skill which should only be carried out by professionals with the ability to deliver a quality finish. Our experienced team pride themselves on paying acute attention to detail and leave all vessels with a first-class finish. So, whether you’re looking to paint your 24ft cruiser or 200ft superyacht, our project managers would be happy to run through your requirements with you.

We have taken on many yacht painting challenges over the years and are team is always focused on delivering exceptional results to our clients. Due to the variety of different vessels that enter our shipyard, our yacht painting solutions are tailored towards each client’s specific requirements. Offering bespoke options across an array of different services is something Bridgeport Boatworks is highly proficient at, and boat painting is no exception.

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Our painting services include but are not limited to:

  • Preparation work
  • Sanding
  • Antifouling
  • Painting and finishing

MerManMarine at Bridgeport Boatworks

MerManMarine provides perfection from varnish to paint. MaxZPaint is used to make your vessel look great. We Create the cleanest top coat paint finishes and the sharpest varnish for your vessel.

  • Top Coat
  • Varnish
  • Graphics
  • Custom Painting

Antifouling Services

Antifouling is a type of boat paint that protects your hull from marine organisms that can cause harm (e.g. barnacles and algae) and is considered a crucial part of maintaining your vessel. However, it should only be undertaken by marine professionals who know how to ensure the antifouling paint is applied correctly. Our expert painters in Connecticut are ready to keep your boat looking fresh.

How does antifouling paint work?

Antifouling paint releases a wide range of bioactive ingredients that prevent marine organisms from attaching/damaging the hull. If your boat lives in the water, antifouling should be checked once a year. Whereas if you keep your vessel in storage for extended periods and it is washed down, antifouling every other year may suffice.

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So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with our fully trained team to discuss your next painting or antifouling project today.