We bought this 1986 Grand Banks back in 2020. One of the selling points was that the tanks where replaced in 2019. Since then 3 out of the 4 tanks failed. I have a YouTube link below with all the details. My course of action may be to remove the 4 100 Gal tanks and replace with 4 75 Gal tanks so I don't have to to move the single 3208. Once I have transferred the fuel what can I do with the empty tanks to make them safe to cut out?
Currently Babylon Boat Works is not taking on any new projects. If you need any restoration or repair work please contact David Trapani. Dave is a master craftsman and we endorse his work.
Due to a cancellation Snook's Nook is now available for the month of April 2016
Pine Island in Southwest Florida is a year-round getaway. Whether you are escaping a cold winter, or heading to the coast for the summer months, St. James City is your ideal destination.
Snook’s Nook is a cozy one bedroom, one bathroom waterfront condo. One of only ten units located in the Buccaneer Condo complex, Snook’s Nook includes a private boat slip and a large screened in pool and patio area. Bring your own boat or rent one from nearby Monroe Marina!
This sunny, bright condo includes a screened-in balcony lanai with water views, and is situated within walking and/or biking distance to local bars and restaurants. Come enjoy all that Pine Island and St. James City have to offer – fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, great food, live music and cocktails in paradise! http://www.snooksnook.com/
Check out the video https://youtu.be/znoFMPqr0CA
This Tackle center was custom designed to fit behind and underneath a leaning post of a sportfishing boat.
The images below are the new casting platform that has been re pitched using SEACAST. After the SEACAST cured the area was fiber glassed, sanded, primed and painted with Awlgrip. Check out the SEACAST video.
Much work was done on the 1972 Classic Mako. The console and batteries were moved forward, but presented a problem. The Added weight forward allowed water to pond on the casting platform. To rectify the situation SEACAST was used to re-level the casting platform to allow water