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Front Street Shipyard opens new lounge, showroom


Front Street Shipyard has unveiled a new client lounge at its Belfast, Maine, facility. The client lounge doubles as an interior design showroom that features color and fabric samples, as well as other styling options for yachts. 

“Our collaboration with TACK studios affords our customers both a beautiful alcove for resting or working, plus a new resource for redesigning their boat interiors,” said JB Turner, president of Front Street Shipyard.

Front Street Shipyard’s new lounge

The custom, hand-built furnishings in the lounge are on loan from their respective vendors, and are all available for purchase and customization through TACK studios. Studio stylists intend to change out the furniture, art and décor from time to time, so the shipyard encourages customers and yacht owners to visit often.

The Front Street Shipyard customer lounge is open to the public Monday through Friday during regular business hours and by appointment with the TACK studios stylists. 

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