Resort Boat Shop Show & Shine 2009 - Photo Courtesy Hagadone Marine

The Resort Boatshop is one of the premier wooden boats shops in the Pacific Northwest and they also know how to throw a great party. The 7th Annual Resort Boatshop Show & Shine is always a fun and well attended spring event, offering up a number of classic boats from thier shop, as well as some great local boats from the nice folks at the Inland Empire Chapter ACBS. It’s also a perfect opportunity to get a look inside the Resort Boatshop’s huge facility in Post Falls, Idaho and see first hand what they are working on, from original classics to the amazing contemporary wooden boats they design and build.

Shown below from the 2009 Show & Shine, this beautiful 1967 Century Coronado was restored by the Resort Boatshop in 2006. The 401 Buick powered classic featured a new double planked bottom, all new planked decks, teak and holly floors, and custom upholstery.


And a very cool 1947 Chris-Craft Racing Runabout (referred to in the photo gallery as a “Red and White”) – Refinished at the Resort Boatshop in 2008 complete with new fiberglass bottom, repainted hull sides and deck.


So if your in the Spokane / Coeur d’Alene area or planning to be in the area on Saturday, May 5th, give them a call and let them know so they can have your name-tag ready. The contact information is on the poster.

Resort Boat Shop Show & Shine 2009 - Photo Courtesy Hagadone Marine

These folks do it all, here’s just an example…

Resort Boat Shop Services
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A World-Class Builder of Boats

The Resort Boat Shop has established a reputation for excellence in the building, repair, and maintenance of all types of watercraft. We’re proud to offer the region’s most complete array of high quality wooden and fiberglass boat services.

Wooden Boat Services

•Complete wooden boat customization & fabrication
•Custom boat design and boat building from the ground up
•Specialized wooden boat accessories
•Wooden boat trailer customization
•Fiberglass Boat Services
•Complete paint services
•Gel coat repair
•Custom Graphics

Overall Services

•Complete engine re-power & repair
•Stern-drive & V-Drive repair
•Local or regional boat hauling & moving
•Expert upholstery & canvas repair
•Moorage & storage
•Complete summer and winter preparation services
•Boat cleaning & detailing
•Professional electronic system installation, repair, and upgrading
•Trailer repair

Seasonal Services

•Summerization

Photo Courtesy Hagadone Marine Group

The Resort Boat Shop and the Hagadone Marine Group are a huge supporter of the antique & classic boating hobby in the Spokane / Coeur d’Alene area, which is also the home of the 2013 ACBS International Meeting and Show, held at the magnificent Coeur d’Alene Resort, on northern Idaho’s spectacular Coeur d’Alene Lake. You can also check out their website and blog which has some great stories by clicking here.

The Inland Empire Chapter ACBS will also be holding a short Board / General meeting on Saturday at the Show & Shine event, before the party starts.  You can check out the very nice Inland Empire Chapter website by clicking here.  

Images for this story are courtesy of the Hagadone Marine Group.  We hope to see you there!

Texx

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10 Responses to “It’s Time To Polish Up The Old Woody For The Resort Boatshop’s 7th Annual Show & Shine”
  1. Texx

    Crickets…

    I guess everyone is out in the boat shed polishing their woodies today.

  2. Texx

    The thing that guy is yelling in to looks like a cylinder Jug from a vintage Curtiss V-12 race engine…

  3. MikeM

    I think the silence indicates that maybe a few of our viewers drive mini-vans and have been thoroughly offended by the King!

  4. Dick Dow

    OK, after working on the docks at the club today, then coming home to pressure wash the decks and mow the lawn – I open up this site to find a 19′ racing runabout referred to as a “Red and White”. Sorry, but that does not sit right with me. I know, I know, some refer to those that way, but – it’s not a 25′ Express, the only Chris Craft that can be called a “Red and White”with integrity. Sheesh! I thought someone called this the center of the wood boat universe or something to that effect…

    I’m confused. -(Biased too..) 🙂

    That’s my rant for the day

  5. Texx

    Hi Dick – Sorry about that.

    When I prepared the story, I decided to include a few shots of restored boats from the Resort Boat Shop / Hagadone Marine Group photo gallery, and respectfully used the descriptions that were included with the photos on the gallery.

    I revised the description slightly, hope that helps you sleep tonight…

  6. Dick Dow

    No need to be sorry – I was just goofing, (but am serious about “Red & Whites”) and know they know the difference – Heck, there is an actual Red & White on the poster – belongs to a former racer if memory serves… Is there such a thing as a former racer???

    Planning to launch “Sindbad” today – Getting ready for Opening Day next Friday/Saturday!