The Dutch yacht interior builder Bootwerk got a new facility on a 2,200 m² area in Woudsend in the north of the Netherlands.

The workshop is equipped with the most modern machinery and designed for maximum efficiency so that Bootwerk can continue to be one step ahead in the future. The new building makes optimal use of the available natural light and space to ensure a pleasant working environment.

In addition to a well-equipped workshop, the building features a charming office on the first floor. The elaborate architectural structure has its feet in the Wellesloot, as it were, and combines elements of land and water. The level of finishing and the décor of the office are of the highest quality, as can be expected from an interior designer, and the premises offer magnificent views over
the Frisian landscape.

Frank Bos, Managing Director of Bootwerk comments:

“These new facilities and extensive equipment mean that Bootwerk is well placed to continue its technical development and innovative approach, The well-filled order book and strong brand name also provide a superb foundation for further expansion in the market.”

Bootwerk worked for well-known shipyards. From the reference list:

  • Amels Shipyard
  • Balk Shipyard
  • Bloemsma Van Breemen Shipyard
  • Feadship
  • Hakvoort Shipyard
  • Heesen Yachts
  • Holland Jachtbouw
  • Icon Yachts
  • Jongert Yachts
  • K&M Yachtbuilders
  • Mangusta Yachts
  • Mulder Favorite Shipyard
  • Royal Huisman
  • Timmerman Yachts
  • Vitters Shipyard