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Mr. Randy Borges

Wrong Randy Borges?

President

Waterline Systems Inc.
Phone: (401) ***-**** ext. ***  
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  Warren , Rhode Island , United States
Waterline Systems LLC
225 Alexander Road
Portsmouth , Rhode Island 02871
United States

Company Description: A full-service boat yard located on Narragansett Bay, RI. We offer a full menu of yard services and since 1988 have set the standard in keel fairing, bottom...   more
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About - Waterline Systems
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Randy Borges, owner and president of Waterline Systems, grew up sailing at the Youngstown Yacht Club on Lake Ontario. There he also spent summers working in the boatyard of RCR Yachts.
In 1982, Randy moved to Newport, RI and began working for Newport Offshore, which at the time, hosted many of the America's Cup syndicates and built numerous 12-meter yachts, including the Cup-Defender Liberty. After loss of the Cup to the Royal Perth Yacht Club in 1983, Randy went to work for Williams & Manchester Shipyard where he assisted in the construction of three 12-meters for the America II syndicate. He then went on to work and sail for the New York Yacht Club overseeing maintenance and modifications to its boats for the 1987 Cup series in Australia.
After returning to the USA, Randy went to work for Merrifield & Roberts supervising construction of a Claes Oldenburg designed 52-foot spoon sculpture, which is now on display in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden near the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN. After that he spent time working for Don Watson at Concordia Custom Boats and again at Williams & Manchester Shipyard assisting in several new boat construction projects.
It was during this time that Randy, along with two partners (Tim Murray and Kevin Hudner), formed Waterline Systems as a hobby shop.
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Several years later Tim and Kevin moved on, and Randy was faced with the decision that ultimately resulted in making Waterline Systems his fulltime occupation.
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In addition, Randy has established Waterline Systems as the licensed builder of the J/22, J/24, J/80, J/105, Farr 30, and Farr 40 one-designs.
Team - Waterline Systems
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Randy Borges President & One Design Support rhb@waterlinesystems.com
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said Randy Borges, President of USWatercraft LLC.
About USWatercraft
Randall Borges formed Waterline Systems, a service and speed-enhancing sub-division of USWatercraft LLC, in 1988.
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Randy Borges President rhb@waterlinesystems.com
Randy Borges, owner and ...
www.waterlinesystems.com [cached]
Randy Borges, owner and president of Waterline Systems, grew up sailing at the Youngstown Yacht Club on Lake Ontario. There he also spent summers working in the boatyard of RCR Yachts.
In 1982, Randy moved to Newport, RI and began working for Newport Offshore, which at the time, hosted many of the America's Cup syndicates and built numerous 12-meter yachts, including the Cup-Defender Liberty. After loss of the Cup to the Royal Perth Yacht Club in 1983, Randy went to work for Williams & Manchester Shipyard where he assisted in the construction of three 12-meters for the America II syndicate. He then went on to work and sail for the New York Yacht Club overseeing maintenance and modifications to its boats for the 1987 Cup series in Australia.
After returning to the USA, Randy went to work for Merrifield & Roberts supervising construction of a Claes Oldenburg designed 52-foot spoon sculpture, which is now on display in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden near the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN. After that he spent time working for Don Watson at Concordia Custom Boats and again at Williams & Manchester Shipyard assisting in several new boat construction projects.
It was during this time that Randy, along with two partners (Tim Murray and Kevin Hudner), formed Waterline Systems as a hobby shop.
...
Several years later Tim and Kevin moved on, and Randy was faced with the decision that ultimately resulted in making Waterline Systems his fulltime occupation.
...
In addition, Randy has established Waterline Systems as the licensed builder of the J/22, J/24, J/80, J/105, Farr 30, and Farr 40 one-designs.
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