40-Year-Old Stanley 36 is Rebuilt

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A 40-year-old Stanley 36 lobster boat was recently rebuilt by Eaton’s Boat Shop & Fiberglassing in Deer Isle, Maine. The classic vessel, named Zytanna, has been owned by a local fisherman for almost seven years.

The boat was gutted to her bare hull, and a rope locker was built into the bow, as well as storage for buoys and toggles. Her 370-hp Volvo was replaced by a 10-year-old 440-hp Yanmar, which came out of a yacht at Hinckley with only 1,900 hours on it. Eaton’s crew also installed a new fuel tank and hydraulic tanks and lines.

Eaton is putting all Coosa composite material back into the 36. The boat came to him with a rough, woven roving finish, but he has replaced that with a smooth finish. You can read more about this restoration project and another lobster boat that Eaton’s Boat Shop is building here

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