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About Wooldridge Boats

Wooldridge Boats Logo 170 W. Election Rd
Draper, ut 84020
Welcome to Wooldridge Boats

The Wooldridge Boats commitment to build the best go-anywhere boats for sportsmen began almost 100 years ago with the innovative spirit and passion for the outdoors of company founder Glen Wooldridge (1896-1986).


Mind you Glen was a great boatman and fishing and hunting guide, but he was an innovative boat builder first, blazing a trail in designs and features. He planted that seed in his son Bob, for an operation that is now four generations old, with Grandson Gl en, President of Wooldridge Boats and his son Grant, building and running boats and catching fish.


The Wooldridge boat lineup selection now includes outboard and inboard jets and outboard prop models ranging from 16�to 27�. Windshield boats, open boats, cuddy cabins, rescue and fish and wildlife boats are all available.


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Memories are many for three generations of the Wooldridge family as they celebrate the 90th anniversary of Wooldridge Boats.


It was 1915 when �Grandpa� Wooldridge (1896-1986) built his first river boat to make that first-ever float down Oregon's Rogue River. The evolution of Wooldridge Boats from the past to the present was laced with many firsts, like the first-ever trip up the Rogue River in 1947 (with a prop, of course, no jets back then)


Wooldridge Boats designed boats, built boats and blazed a historic trail along the way, guiding such prestigious folks as President Herbert Hoover, Clark Gable and Ginger Rogers, to name a few. Wooldridge Boats was drifting, running props and was close-at-hand during development of the outboard jet by Dick Stallman, who created and produces the outboard jet drives used on motors world wide. Of course there's more, lots more. Wooldridge Boats are no longer made of wood, the material of choice is now aluminum, all-welded of course, and the lineup now includes several deep water prop and inboard jet designs. The fourth generation Wooldridge, Grant, is building boats, now. The third generation Wooldridge, Glen, is President, of the company. Named after his grandfather, Glen continues the family tradition as an innovator, explorer and fine boatman. His dad, Bob, lends valuable advice and boat building experience.


The evolution of Wooldridge Boats during these many decades has contributed to the continuity of the product and its customer friendly design. There is that ever present awareness that folks buy boats to get at the very best of our outdoors and that demands boats that offer superior handling every step of the way.


The future of boating seems oriented to a growing desire for boats that offer great load hauling ability and performance with modest power, particularly in the jet boat line. Welded aluminum is obviously the material of choice, with its great strength, resistance to penetration and light weight.


The exclusive Wooldridge Boats tunnel is used throughout the outboard jet boat series detailed in this website and it is a key, in concert with unique hull designs, to superior handling. Check out our large two-piece walk-thru windshields, the forward walk-around, and the self-draining recessed bow on many of these boats. They're all-welded aluminum with a limited lifetime hull warranty to the original owner. And, remember, each feature is an integral part of a total boat design refined to offer you the best of boats and boating. �Grandpa� Wooldridge would be proud of the boats, the craftsman who build them and the many customers who consider Wooldridge Boats the very best!

About Pilot House Boats

Pilot House Boats feature a fully enclosed cockpit with large windows and are built to ride rough seas while allowing the passengers to stay dry. These boats can be powered by outboards, stern drives, or inboard. Pilot Houses are popular for many types of fishing and cruising.
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