Meet Carolina Boatbuilder Paul Mann

Constructing boats for 30-plus years, Paul Mann knows exactly what it takes to build a classic Carolina-style sportfishing boat. Thank you to Power & Motoryacht's Charlie Levine for such a nice article and the opportunity to sit down with Paul on Power & Motoryacht's podcast. [edgtf_button size="large" type="solid" text="Click here to see article and listen to the podcast!" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/podcast/meet-carolina-boatbuilder-paul-mann?utm_campaign=PMY%20-%20NL%20-%20Daily&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=140458827&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9zQkeABVMims9WkE1OispK-CeJq91jLEoJTi8HNxjxjO7uguK_8564XbdOwqqCj8vzdME1iy-FqfcehTD1kxQ8TfHH0w&utm_content=140458827&utm_source=hs_email" target="_self" color="" hover_color="" background_color="" hover_background_color="" border_color="" hover_border_color="" font_size="" font_weight="600" margin=""]

Paul Mann, a “Carolina Flare” Custom Sportfishing Pioneer and Owner of Paul Mann Custom Boats, Sets Course to Retire. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 15th CONTACT: Robin Mann, media@paulmanncustomboats.com  DARE COUNTY, NC – For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also, and for more than three decades you could find Paul Mann of Paul Mann Custom Boats in Manns Harbor, North Carolina, doing what he was most passionate about––building custom sportfishing yachts. Paul, a lifelong avid fisherman with a gift of building tailored, traditional, true Carolina hulls has decided to officially retire and begin his next chapter alongside his wife, Robin. With several prospective clients and a booming marine industry, you can imagine the decision to retire did not

COA Receives Donation from Paul Mann Custom Boats, Inc.

Paul and Robin Mann of Paul Mann Custom Boats donated a handcrafted conference table to the College of The Albemarle Foundation. The table, made of various hardwoods, was built using remnant pieces repurposed from Mann custom interiors. The top is made from teak and holly with ash sea-rails. The sea-rail is similar to that of the traditional nautical sea-rail. The legs are made of poplar and there is a teak band around the base of the table top. All building materials were from unused interior boat selections. With the closing of the Paul Mann Custom Boats’ facility, great efforts were taken to preserve