the Company Duckworth, which stood at the origins enthusiast Ernest Duckworth, originated in the late 60's in Clarkston in the North-West of the United States.
Duckworth, analyzing the experience of fishing in the troubled river snake, came to his concept of the ideal boat. His company was among the pioneers of the industry of boats of welded aluminum.
In the future, the owners of the shipyard was changed once, while in 2000 it was acquired by Renaissance Marine Group, one of the leaders in the industry. The company that manufactures boats under the brand Weldcraft and Northwest later became part of the Westwinn Group Corporation. Despite all these changes, the owners always tried to keep the style and value of boats Duckworth.
Duckworth Boats are manufactured in the factory in Clarkston (Washington), only a few miles from the garage where Ernest Duckworth was once collected his first case. A team of 74 professionals manually produces from 500 to 550 all-welded aluminum boats per year. However, Renaissance Marine Group is hatching ambitious plans for a twofold increase in production.
the company offers the consumer no less 10 lines of aluminum boats of various types, as >with an outboard motor, and >a water-jet propulsion. Here and >SUVs series Offshore 8-10 meters long, and 8-foot >cabin boats, open boats for fishing in ponds of various sizes from 5.5 to 10 meters. Stand 2 series >jet boats Ultra Magnum Inboard Jet and the Advantage Inboard Jet designed to run in shallow water and mountain rivers.
Duckworth Boats are known for their durability. The manufacturer has spared high-class aluminum-magnesium alloy for their boats and offers a lifetime warranty on the housing, with the right transmission in the first 10 years of ownership.