Meet the
Sirens’ Crew

Sirens started in the West Island of Montreal, Quebec.

We had a small tempo beside a garage. It was myself, my father James, and long time family friend Ray Gerard. We completely rebuilt a 26 ft Chris Craft Triple Cockpit. We took it to an antique boat show in Montreal with the varnish still wet! We showed up late and missed the judging, but our first build drew so much attention at the show that we became completely immersed in pursuing the craft and perfecting our building and finishing skills.

Today, our 2400 sq. foot shop is located in the beautifully historic town of Merrickville, ON. We’re right off the Rideau Canal and we have equipment on-site to lift any size boat out and into our shop. We have the capability and experience to work with large cruisers as well. Andrew has brought together a choice crew of 5 members who all specialize in at least one aspect of the restoration process. You can trust us to deliver exceptional craftsmanship for your wooden boat restorations.

We are available for any questions, requests or estimates for all of your wooden boat needs.
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Meet the Team

We have a hard working team behind every build, each member specializes in at least one aspect of the antique wooden boat restoration process.

Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee

Andrew is the founder and owner of Sirens Boatworks. He is a certified cabinet maker who has grown his team with qualified individuals who are craftsman in their respective field of expertise.

Jim Lee
General Manager

Jim is in the office, but often can be found in the shop helping out the guys.

Patrick Luloff
Patrick Luloff
Lead Mechanical Technician

Patrick comes to Sirens with years of experience in auto mechanical and metal fabrication. He’s been a licenced mechanic for over 12 years, with over 20 years experience in the trade. He is an award winning motorcycle builder, with the eyes and knack for understanding mechanical systems of all types. He’s got a great intuition for working on our antique engines and drivelines.

Spartan Rubacha
Master Craftsman

Spartan is a cabinet maker by trade. He has years experience scratch building custom wood furniture in all configurations. He’s quickly adapted his fine wood working skills and talents to the art of wooden boat construction.

Andrew Stoll

Andrew came to us with vast experience in exterior wooden sign fabrication and finishing. His fine woodworking skills are quickly adapting over to wooden boat work. He is a perfectionist, whose precision wood working skills are a valuable contribution to the Sirens’ team.

Geoff Marion
Geoff Marion
Timber, Frame and Planking

Geoff is our structural guy. He has a gift of understanding how wooden boats go together and the skills necessary to replicate intricate keels and keelsons, ribs, frames and planking.

A Few Things Worth Noting



Each team member specializes in at least one aspect of the restoration process.


Experienced Team

Sirens started 10 years ago in the West Island of Montreal, Quebec.


The Highest Standards

Our team of skilled craftsmen can complete any job to the highest standard

At Sirens Boatworks we specialize in all aspects of antique & classic wooden boat repair and restoration.