By restoring vessels, marine artifacts and related constructions to their past glory – or preserving them in their present state – we help museums, civic organizations, governments, and individuals build a link with history.
Maritime Restoration makes objects work again and creates an authentic environment for their use or display. We specialize in works that will educate audiences about the concept behind the objects and their design, and about the engineering techniques that made the ideas real.
We began as a group of friends working on building preservation and restoration nearly 25 years ago. Today, Maritime Restoration is a project team of skilled professionals, including historians, preservationists, engineers, marine electricians and welders and environmental experts.
USN MSO “AM 483”
Renamed Hr. Ms. Mercuur Floating Marshall Plan Maritime Museum in the Hague, The Netherlands, created through the restoration and preservation of the 1950’ US Ocean Liner Sweeper.
USS Mohawk CG (WPG-78)
Part of the USS Mohawk Memorial Museum in Key West, Florida, USA, a rescued and fully restored 1934 US Coast Guard vessel, and last remaining WWII Convoy Escort Patrol Ship and Sub Chaser, Memorial to the Battle of the Atlantic.