Whitewater Marine’s Fabrication is second to none when it comes to aluminum fabrication.With over thirty years of combined experience, our shop crew can build new life into your old boat and bring back that shine. Custom modifications and additions to your new or old boat are done with special attention to detail. Our fine reputation has been built on the ability to fabricate the boat of your dreams. Updated 6/10/05/2017
Check out the latest fabrication projects beginning to end below.
Rick W. has decided that it is time to give the 1986 Blake a make over. The restoration is from bow to stern. The craft now has Hydro Turf on the bow, and will have a new canvas top, new aluminum floors, new gas tanks, new high deck and rails and many other amenities that are still being decided upon. As the project progresses those additions will be posted here.
Scott W. is placing a new Ford Raptor 440 6.2 L power plant to push the new Hamilton 212 in his beautiful 1992 Weldcraft named Foolish Pleasure. The remodel will also include a new aluminum high deck covered with Hydro Turf. More photos will be posted as the project progresses.
Doug S. has brought WWM an unfinished boat to help him get it water ready. Check back occasionally to see the progress being made.
WWM has been busy with hard tops this spring. Two of the projects are shown below.
Bill M’s 1987 19 foot Alumaweld is getting an overhaul. Bill is honoring his brother who passed by up dating the boat. This includes a 383 motor, new impellers in the pump, paint and Rhino Lining, floors, seats, a new high deck and rails, top and windshield. This little boat has a new lease on life. His brother would be proud. The boat has been to the water and should be in Bill’s hands very soon.
Tim’s 1982 Oaks is one of the latest to under go a transformation. Tim decided that he wanted more visibility in order to avoid a disability. The new higher pitched windshield that has been moved forward to shorten the bow and taller windows will help him to avoid just that. Tim loves his boat. Just ask him!
Shane is converting his 22 foot Northwest Jet into his dream boat. He is going to have a great view of the river with a center steer configuration. The graphics are on and he is ready to take it to the water.
Skip’s Boat is a Northwest Jet that has been converted to a center steer. The new hard top has a refined look to it. The new big windows will give a wide open view of the world as Skip cruises up the Salmon. The boat is back on the water with a happy owner.
Wyatt’s boat is sporting a new hard top. This is a welcome addition that will add many hours of comfort to his fishing trips.
The Idaho Fish and Game shock boat serves an important role in fish management. The folks at Fish and Game had specific needs in mind when they came to WWM with this fabrication project. The project includes an electrical system that can handle the LED lights that cover the entire surface of the boat. The console provides the captain with the necessary control that is essential to getting the job done. Storage is found throughout the boat to protect the equipment from the elements. The high rails provide stability for the crew as they work.
Andy has a boat to be proud of. The boat has the visibility he was looking for when he made the choice to revamp it to meet his needs.
Tony’s boat is built on a Custom Weld hull. The boat turned out just as he wanted. He is now enjoying it on the rivers of Idaho.
Mick’s boat is built on a Custom Weld hull. It is a center steer powered by a Ford 460 and a Hamilton 212. It has a high deck, high rails, and diamond plate floors.
Dennis’s boat is built on a 1990 Oaks hull. This boat is a pleasure to drive and look at.
Jim’s boat is built on a 1992 Oaks hull. Check out this transformation, before, during and after.
Bill’s boat is built on a new 21′ Riddle hull. This boat took nine months to complete working during his spare time. This boat was designed to run the Salmon River. This boat is full of features including center stick steering, steep pitched Lexan front windows for visibility, tinted side windows, all powder coated aluminum flooring, high deck and powder coated high rails. The power train is a stroked 383 put together by Mike Herring at Valley Crank in Boise. This motor with plenty of torque pushes a Hamilton 212 pump.
“If you can imagine it, we can fabricate it!”