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BELL BOY MARINE BOAT COVERS

ABOUT BELL BOY MARINE BOATS

 Produced in the state of Washington, Bell Boy Marine watercrafts first appeared in the late 1970s. Boat configurations wearing the Bell Boy Marine name includes fiberglass bowriders as well as cabin cruisers. Bell Boy Marine vessels are powered by outboard and stern drive engines. Owned by American Marine Industries, Bell Boy Marine ceased operations in the 1983.

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    Popular Bell Boy Marine Boat Models:

     

    LV 2220 O'NITERLV 17002500 SEDAN
    LV 2230 EXPRESSLT 1800 TRI HULL2520 EXPRESS
    LV 2520 EXPRESSLV 1800 HARD TOP2530 COMMAND BRIDGE
    LV 2530 COMM BRIDGELV 1800 SOFT TOPHARD TOP 1910
    LV 2510 SPORT FISHERLV 2000 HARD TOPHARD TOP 1915
    LV 1805 SOFT TOPLV 2000 SOFT TOPSOFT TOP
    LV 1810 HARD TOPLV 2200 EXPRESSSOFT TOP 1900
    LV 1815 HARD TOPLV 2200 HARD TOPSOFT TOP 1905
    LV 2005 SOFT TOPLV 2200 O'NITERHARD TOP 2115
    LV 2010 HARD TOPLV 2200 SOFT TOPHARD TOP 2140
    LV 2015 HARD TOPLV 2500 EXPRESSOVERNIGHTER 2120
    LV 2040 HARD TOPLV 1700 SOFT TOPSOFT TOP 2100
    LV 2050 HARD TOPLV 2500 COMM BRIDGESOFT TOP 2105
    LV 2300 SEDANLV 2500 SEDANOFFSHORE 2350
    LV 2310 SPORT FISHERLV 2210 HARD TOPSEDAN 2300

    Bell Boy Marine Facts:

    Construction of both commercial and pleasure boats has long been an important industry on Bellingham Bay. A significant pioneer in pleasure boat manufacturing was Bell Boy Boat Company, generally acknowledged to be the first producer of all-fiberglass boats in the nation. Fiberglass first became commercially available in the late 1930s, and saw only limited use during World War II. After the war, interest in fiberglass greatly increased. Owner Arch Talbot of the Bellingham Shipyards, intrigued with the potential of this new material in boat construction, committed his company to developing of fiberglass products. During the Korean War, the Shipyard had the opportunity to experiment with construction of fiberglass lifeboats or wherries for use on non-magnetic mine sweepers. The success of these lifeboats showed that fiberglass’ light weight and ability to be shaped when heated made it ideal for mass production of small boats.

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