Cayuga Wooden Boatworks is the ACBS Associate Member featured this week.

Cayuga Wooden Boatworks is an Associate Member of the Antique and Classic Boat Society.  ACBS recognizes them with gratitude for their support of our organization. They are also a member of the Finger Lakes Chapter of ACBS.

Established in 1991, Cayuga Wooden Boatworks began as a small operation, traveling from marina to marina, repairing one boat at a time. Over the years the business has grown in size and scope to become a leader in boat repair. Now, with the capability to manage several jobs at once, Cayuga Wooden Boatworks offers a full and comprehensive line of quality marine services.

Important to our success has been the wide range of experience brought to the business by our employees: from carpenters and cabinet makers to ship’s captains, mechanics and engineers. Equally important has been our willingness and capability to take on such jobs as the reframing and replanking of commercial tour boats, built in the early days of this century, and the pride we take in the restoration of classic runabouts to trophy-winning condition. The greatest demand for our skills is in the restoration of mid-sized antique, classic, and contemporary, power and sail boats.

Cayuga Wooden Boatworks is now conveniently located at both ends of Cayuga Lake, in Ithaca and Cayuga. From the Erie or Seneca-Cayuga Canals you’ll find us South of Lock 1 as you come into Cayuga Lake. Look for the water tower in the Northeast corner of the lake. CWB is located in the Beacon Bay Marina, on your port side before the railroad tressle. In Ithaca CWB is at the Ithaca Boating Center on the East side of Inlet Island.

Thank you to Phillip Walker and the Cayuga Wooden Boatworks for your ongoing support of ACBS.

The Antique and Classic Boat Society appreciates the extra support given to our organization by Associate Members.  Click here to see this year’s list of Associate Members.

If you or your business would like to support the Antique and Classic Boat Society by being an ACBS Associate Member, you may join here or contact ACBS Executive Director Dan Gyoerkoe at or call (315) 686-2628.

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