Sculley vessels to adopt new look

WANCHESE, N.C.– Sculley Boatbuilders, a builder of sportfishing yachts, has accelerated the launch date of the first vessel to feature the new, refined look of future Sculley vessels, the company reported Monday.

The new “modern look” will feature a sleeker profile and softer curves, while still keeping true the classic Carolina lines. Sculley will still offer the “classic look” as they will now refer to it, upon customer demand, but all future vessels started on spec will have the new lines, according to the company.

Sculley expects the first vessel to incorporate the new design to debut at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in October of 2004, and the first vessel will be a 64 footer, said the company.

At this years’ Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, Sculley plans on exhibiting the latest addition to their growing fleet of vessels, the Sculley Custom 60.

Also new from Sculley this season is the announcement that their new 7-acre facility in Wanchese, which was the former Davis Boatworks plant, will allow them to expand services to include retrofitting and the customization of boats for the public, the company stated.

“Now it will be possible for a client to bring in any kind of vessel they want and have it outfitted with a Sculley Custom interior, or to receive the kind of finish work that the Sculley team is quickly becoming famous for,” said Sculley marketing director Jimmy Sculley. “The fact that we build all of our vessels to customer specification has given our crew the flexibility to be able to lend the same level of craftsmanship to any style of boat.”

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