BUILD YOUR RELEASE
Current Release Boatworks Models:
Walkaround Flybridge, Dayboat Flybridge, Inboard Walkaround, Outboard Walkaround, & Express
2023 IGFA Tommy Gifford Award Recipient, Karl AndersonFebruary 21, 2023
46 Express Review, Marlin MagazineFebruary 21, 2023
43 Walkaround Review, Marlin MagazineFebruary 21, 2023
46 Walkaround Review, Marlin MagazineFebruary 21, 2023
2023 Buccaneer Cup Sailfish TournamentJanuary 18, 2023
2023 Silver Sailfish Derby by West Palm Beach Fishing ClubJanuary 4, 2023
LAST CHANCE: Contact Your State Representative About NOAA’s Proposed Speed Restrictions on 35-65′ VesselsNovember 30, 2022
2022/2023 South Florida Sailfish Tournament DatesNovember 10, 2022
The Release Team
“OVER 100 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCE”
Release Boatworks President, Joe Boccuti, along with the involvement of the Release Founder, Jim Turner, and Production Manager, Scott Jastrzembski, have assembled a team of amazing boat builders with over 100 years of combined experience. Virtually every trade needed to build a high quality Release Vessel is being led by some of the most skilled foremen in the industry. Egg Harbor, NJ has a long legacy for building boats and many of the best skilled hands and minds in the industry still reside nearby our historic 40,000 sq. ft. facility and were eager to get involved in the creation of what is now becoming referred to worldwide as the perfect sport fishing boat.
“You don’t need to be different to be better. You just need to be better to be different.”
The design process at Release Boatworks begins with a group of experienced offshore tournament fishermen, some of the best captains on the ocean and renowned naval architect Erwin Gerards.
Release Boatworks utilizes a state-of-the-art manufacturing process to produce custom sport fishing vessels with unparalleled quality, efficiency and performance.
You build the fishing platform first, then add the box.
– John Rybovich
Power & Performance
Release Boatworks is a truly custom boatbuilder, so we have a wide range of power options available to suit any customer’s situation and needs!
Get ready for high top speeds with very good cruising speeds and equally impressive fuel economy and efficiency!
Every Release Boatworks is guaranteed to exceed your expectations. Don’t just take our word for it – check out our GALLERY of happy customers!
INBOARDS vs. OUTBOARDS
The choice is yours! The Release Boatworks semi-custom production design allows you to choose from a variety of layouts to build the boat of your dreams!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does It Take To Build A Custom Release Boat?
The Release Boatworks design is a semi-custom production boat. This allows the flexibility of customization to build the boat you want in a much shorter period of time. Overall times will vary based on size and build slot, but the average is 8-12 months. Rest assured, quality is our #1 priority!
What Are The Payment Terms For A Release Build?
Release Boatworks is proud to offer a variety of financing options due to our relationship with top banks in the Northeast United States. Depending on the specific specifications of your build, an industry-standard down payment, installment plan, and payment upon delivery is the most common!
Do You Have A Release I Can Take Out On A Sea-Trial?
Absolutely! Look out for Release Boatworks at any major boat show on the east coast and we’ll be happy to take you out for a ride. If you are too eager to wait for the next show, CONTACT US TODAY and we’ll schedule a private sea-trial at the earliest possible convenience!
I’m Not In New Jersey. How Can I Track My Custom Build?
The Release Boatworks manufacturing plant is located in historic Egg Harbor City of New Jersey. You are always invited to come visit us and check on the status of your build, and as a member of the Release Boatworks family, you will have close responsive contact with our production manager.
Release Boatworks Factory Authorized Service Centers
The best can only be serviced by the best! Check out our long list of Authorized Service Centers conveniently located up and down the east coast of the United States.