Founded in 1965 by legendary yacht designer and builder Eddie Cutts Sr. and IBM executive and computer pioneer John Case, Cutts & Case Shipyard’s success and reputation is based on these core tenets:
Quality is its own legacy.
Because we believe in experience, we nurture and maintain a team of skilled, highly specialized craftsmen capable of tackling any yacht building, repair or restoration challenge. Because details matter, we solve problems from their source, paying meticulous attention to every step of the process. After all, a final coat of paint should complete a repair, not hide a future problem.
And because quality is its own legacy, we stand behind the work we do, secure in the knowledge that our reputation is directly entwined with every yacht that has been designed, built, repaired or restored in our yard.
Fine yachts are meant to be on the water, to be enjoyed, to be handed forward from generation to generation. At Cutts & Case, our commitment to that tradition is demonstrated by the quality of our work. We believe the yachts we touch today should be enjoyed a hundred years from now.
That’s our legacy.
How can we design, build, restore or maintain yours?
Cutts & Case has designed and built more than twenty custom yachts, including:
the 46’ ketch Spellbound
the 42’ sloop Jeanne
the 27’ 1930s style open cabin motor yacht Curio
In addition, Cutts & Case has participated in many significant, historic restorations, including:
famed America’s Cup photographer Morris Rosenfeld’s 33’ 1929 yacht Foto
the 1935 Ralph Wiley designed, cutter-rigged Country Girl