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Sound Boatworks - Your complete sailing outfitter

by Chris Boynton on 11 Feb 2014
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Sound Boatworks is your complete sailing outfitter for all of your essential sailing gear. At Sound Boatworks you'll find equipment such as specially designed sailing footwear, cordage needs, marine hardware, and scholastic sailing resources.

Founded in 1997 and based in Westbrook, Connecticut, we have been a respected and trusted presence in the sailing community for many years.

We've been glad to serve as one of the northeast's premiere locations for all top quality sailing gear and equipment. Through our online store, sailing aficionados from all over the country and world also have access to our selection of sailing gear. We pride ourselves on being your greatest resource for Henri Lloyd clothing, Gill Sailing Gear and Sailing Clothing, Dubarry sailing footwear, SLAM footwear, Harken Marine Hardware, Ronstan Marine Hardware and much more.

Whether you are a novice to the world of sailing or a seasoned pro, we have all of the sailing supplies and marine clothing you need. We offer all of this and more, backed by top of the line technical support from real sailors! Feel free to Call (1-800-459-3886) or Email us ((office@soundboatworksllc.com) for any advice we can offer to make your sailing experience even better!

About Sound Boatworks
Sound Boatworks was founded by my father, Ted Boynton, and myself. Since then, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the best products in the marine industry for you, our customers. Together we have over 60 years of experience sailing-both on the recreational and professional levels.

We commit our knowledge to our customers in the hopes of providing them with the best sailing experience possible. Shopsoundboatworks.com online store was developed in April of 2008 with the goal of supplying sailing equipment and hardware to sailors and yachtsmen across the country.

Our mission is to offer the best products at the best possible prices, coupled with Free Shipping and Unique Incentives. We hope you enjoy your experience with us and continue to let us serve you.

We are a Green Company!

Our company is dedicated to the preservation of our sport and the environment surrounding it. We use recycled shipping materials, boxes and packing procured from vendors and neighboring businesses. We hope that you will follow suit and re-use all of the packing material we send you in an effort to decrease the amount of waste polluting our planet.

Happy Sailing,

Chris Boynton
Co-Founder Sound Sound Boatworks website .

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