ARISTO CRAFT/ATLANTA BOAT WORKS COVERS
ABOUT ARISTO CRAFT/ATLANTA BOAT WORKS BOATS
The Aristo Craft name was first used by Atlanta Boat Works shortly after the second world war in 1946. A stylish runabout, the Aristo Craft boats originally utilized wood construction. Aristo Craft and the Atlanta Boat Company began to shift towards fiberglass hulls by the end of the 1950s. Company founder Claude Turner retired in 1980 winding down operations of Aristo Craft/Atlanta Boat Works.
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Popular Aristo Craft/Atlanta Boat Works Boat Models:
|ARISTO CRAFT 19|
Aristo Craft/Atlanta Boat Works Facts:
Atlanta Boat Works began manufacturing AristoCraft boats in 1946 following Claude Turner's return from service during World War II. Production began with five employees at a downtown Atlanta location. These early days saw the production of an open fishing-type boat which was replaced in 1947 with the models that AristoCraft is known for.