Fiberglass, Aluminum, Steel, or Wood Fabrication

Expert Craftsmen

Whether you want to extend the length of your yacht or outfit your boat with a new mast, a flybridge, tuna tower or a simple galley accessory, we have an in-house staff of expert craftsmen well suited for your job. From design to fabrication and installation, Roscioli has all the expert craftsmen he needs on staff to handle all the work, every step of the way. That means time and costs are strictly controlled.

Our certified welders provide excellent workmanship in one of the most critical areas of fabrication, where quality is crucial. Finally, all of our fabricated projects are primed, faired and painted. The end result is a completed fabrication that adds to the value of your yacht, it is not only aesthetically perfect, but very durable and problem free.

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Yacht Extensions

Instead of buying a new, larger yacht to meet your space requirements, Roscioli can add the needed space to your yacht, whether it be a cockpit extension or adding another stateroom.

For example, one extension Roscioli completed involved removing the transom and extending the entire hull to allow the stateroom to be split down the middle, creating two master staterooms, each with a full head. The project included moving rudders and struts aft.

It doesn't matter what the original hull is constructed of- fiberglass, aluminum, wood, or steel. The great thing about fiberglass extensions is that once drawings are made and measurements taken, you can still be enjoying a cruise while the extension is being fabricated. Once the extension is finished, it can be attached in less than half the time of a conventional extension. In fact, Roscioli has had the foresight to make a mold of every new fiberglass extension he's built. (There are now 13.) So if you own a 72 footer and want to extend it to an 82 footer, Roscioli may have the molds ready and waiting for your yacht.

Yacht Extensions by Roscioli
Danielle, 61 ft. Hatteras motor yacht, extended by Roscioli to 67 1/2 ft