Cutts & Case Shipyard

Cutts and Case Shipyard
It was almost inevitable that Eddie and Ronnie Cutts would be boat builders. Their father built more than 70 handcrafted, woodenhulled boats, from yachts to dinghies. Their grandfather was a wood worker. Further back, a Cutts opened the first shipyard in Maine in 1646; another saw many of his merchant ships sacked and burned by the British during the War of 1812. Their childhood home is a house on the Cutts and Case Shipyard property in Oxford, Md. Salt water and sawdust are in their veins.