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When William Morse made his first boat in the aircraft hangar of American Little Falls (Minnesota) in 1946, he could hardly have foreseen the future of his company.
The history of the Crestliner brand is a long series of changes in the names and owners of the shipyard, which, however, did not prevent the main thing - the innovative development of technology and the conquest of the market.
In the shipyard’s portfolio for the 60-70s, we can also see models from the growing popularity of fiberglass, but today the company is known precisely for its work with aluminum alloys and the introduction of technologies for the welded production of hulls.
Today, Crestliner is part of Brunswick Corporation and is one of the market leaders in its segment.
Crestliner was one of the first to abandon traditional rivets and adopted the production technology of all-welded aluminum boats, which allowed not only to make the hulls more durable and monolithic, but also to facilitate the implementation of other useful design solutions.
These include a successful version of the stringer system of rigidity of the hulls, strong profile sides, and four composite construction of the hull. Therefore, it is quite natural that the shipyard provides a lifetime warranty on its boats.