1993, my father Dwight Montz,
my brother David, and I founded
SeaBrook Marine because we
love to be around boats and thought it would
be great if we did it for a living. Since then,
our operations have expanded every two or three
years. We're now the biggest and best-equipped
boatyard in Louisiana and one of the largest
operations on the Gulf Coast.
Today SeaBrook Marine proudly
remains a family business, with my brother and
I at the helm. With our staff of 30 skilled
professionals, our 85-ton Travelift, deep-water
access, and large-capacity spray booth, we can
handle just about anything that has to do with
boats. We've refitted 100-footers and we've
worked on rowing skulls. And SeaBrook Marine
has even extended the hulls of existing boats.
Like everyone else on the Gulf Coast, our biggest
challenge came in the wake of Hurricane Katrina,
when we had to retool the whole yard from the
ground up. We passed that test, and we also
brought about 300 heavily storm-damaged boats
back into service.
Our biggest expansion included the addition
of SeaBrook Harbor, a top-
of-the-line dry-stack facility that offers indoors,
storm-protected storage for 200 boats from 20
to 40 feet long. It's the first dry- stack facility
in New Orleans, and the safest, most convenient
way to use and protect your boat.
We at SeaBrook Marine and SeaBrook
Harbor understand boats, and we understand
how to treat boaters. For more information,
fill out the convenient on-line forms, give
us a call at 504-283-9801
or pay us a visit.
Hope to see you soon!