Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater Power Boats SPI Process | Boating Magazine

Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater Power Boats SPI Process

Craftsmanship and SPI come together at EdgeWater Power Boats to produce stronger, safer boats.

EdgeWater Power Boats uses Single Piece Infusion, SPI, to ensure the exact placement of every fiberglass component which results in stronger, safer boats. Yet, it’s much more than a boatbuilding company.

Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater SPI Process

The SPI process might look like a Frankenboat project, but it helps EdgeWater produce lighter boats that don't sacrifice strength.

Brian Daugherty

Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater SPI Process

A batch of fiberglass cloth that's headed to the 368CC.

Brian Daugherty

Behind every model produced there’s a group of men and women that are highly trained in the fine art of craftsmanship. Each one is capable of filling multiple roles that are key to the build process. Their attention to detail shines through in the fit and finish of every EdgeWater boat that’s built.

Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater SPI Process

SPI is just the beginning. Finishing, rigging and final assembly await.

Brian Daugherty

Boating Blueprint: EdgeWater SPI Process

A peek inside what makes an EdgeWater so strong.

Brian Daugherty

That expert craftsmanship and SPI come together at EdgeWater Power Boats to create quality boats that employees, and future owners, can be proud of.

To learn more about EdgeWater Power Boats, visit ewboats.com.

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