"...Geoff and I continue to enjoy every minute spent on Curlew, thanks to the high quality work performed by DBY. You have set a high standard that we measure all other work quality against. We also continue to receive compliments - including from the folks at Lyman Morse, where we had her hauled and stored for the winter this year...."
Bru Brubaker of "Coconuts" on Deltaville Boatyard
Thank you to the Keiser family for your stay with us! We have enjoyed your smiles and kind spirit, and we look forward to your next visit.
The Kesier's first met Keith Ruse, owner and president of Deltaville Marina and Boatyard, while at the DeFever Rendezvous. During the rendezvous, Keith gave complimentary vessel checks to those who needed
them, and the Keiser's asked for his assistance. Keith found the engine on their DeFever 49, "Journey", was in need of a valve adjustment. Then, they won a two night stay in the silent auction for Deltaville Marina! Meant to be, they traveled down to get the work completed and see all Deltaville has to offer."This is one of the friendliest marinas we've been to", says Mr. Keiser. Having visited the marina ten years ago, they were impressed with all the renovations that have taken place. "It's really nice here." They were happy with the cleanliness of the marina, the friendly and helpful staff, and the great work and education at the boatyard.They also visited some of our local hot spots, like The Table at Wilton of which they thoroughly enjoyed.We hope that you travel back to see us soon! Safe travels until then.
"Oh, I love this place!"
Mr. Pratt has been a customer of Deltaville Boatyard for some time now. He recalled meeting Keith Ruse, owner, about three years ago when Keith was giving a demonstration on Garmin units. He's been a customer and friend since then. "I told Keith to let me know if anything is deficient because I wanted it
right. I've been cutting him checks ever since!". While he takes it fishing and exploring, for him, knowing his boat is safe is most important. "My grandkids are on this boat, and I know it's safe." He also does training for the Coast Guard Auxiliary, and he needs to know it can be relied on.Most recently, Mr. Pratt has had the stainless steel replaced on his boat as well as much of the wood work, and Deltaville Boatyard installed a full Garmin suite.