Boatyard Garrido S.L. (formerly Hijos de J.Garrido) is a family business with a long tradition in the boat building and repair industry. Since five generations, the Garrido is a family of shipwrights that have built small Galician traditional sailing wooden boats “dornas”, “racus”, fisherman engine powered ships and even mussel farms. Over time, their specialization and techniques joined the use of traditional methods and the highest quality materials. Nowadays, Boatyard Garrido is specialized in the building, reparation, restoration and maintenance of boats. We have carried out works on a variety of fine craft over the years, dealing with building projects of all kind of either commercial fishing vessels or hobby boats.
It is very common to find in our yard, very close to the Grove’s harbor, all kind of boats, yachts and fishing ships ashore. We are specialized in the restoration of classic sailboats, yachts, using different materials as, e.g., wood, plywood, steel or fiberglass.
Nuntucket Clipper, design of Alan Buchanan, built in 1980.Repair of holes and breaks in the hull. Installation of frames and laminated teak in cockpit and embroiders.
Preffsional shipping boat from O Grove. modification of the amura
Aluminium sailboat, this 50 feet Trintella is here to replace the teak’s deck and and painted of the cabin.
Sailboat NortWind 58, at the dockyard for replacement of the plumbery, instalation of an auxiliary generator, milled and re-filling of deck joints, anti-osmosis treatment and painted of cabin and masts.
Competition Monotype. Plywood construction. Varnish and paint works
Cruise Sailboat Vancouver 34. Taking away the dilapidated teak from the deck for treatment with epoxy resin and Silione. Replacement of teak in cockpit and anti-slip soils in cabin. Painted… Read more »
Regatta sailboat built in marine plywood. Replacement of sheets and painted of the hull.
Boatyard Garrido S.L. (formerly Hijos de J.Garrido) is a family business with a long tradition in the boat building and repair industry. Since five generations, the Garrido is a family… Read more »