We Will Get You Back On The Water. 

We know all about the pleasures of a day out on the water. There’s a wonderful sense of freedom that comes from gliding through calm waters or powering through waves. Your boat can be a great source of enjoyment, and that’s why it deserves quality repair work when needed.

Trustworthy repair work made easy

We are fully certified marine mechanics, and we’ve racked up many years of experience repairing and servicing boats, as well as other marine vehicles. No matter the size of the repair job – from a small tune-up to a full engine overhaul – we have the know-how to get the job done efficiently and effectively.

What’s more, we offer mobile boat repair service so that you don’t have to worry about hauling your boat to a repair shop. Whether your boat is docked in a marina or resting on a trailer in your driveway, we’ll make the trip to you and carry out the repair or maintenance work your boat needs.

Experience with various engine manufacturers and models

Over the years, we’ve worked on a wide range of boat engines, and we’ve become experienced at repairing a variety of them. When it comes to outboard engines, we service models from Yamaha, Mercury, Johnson, Evinrude, Suzuki, Honda, and many more. We also have the capability to service inboard engines from manufacturers like Mercrusier, Volvo Penta, Indmar, Crusader, OMC, and several others. No matter what type of boat engine you have, get in touch with us if it’s in need of repair.

Services beyond engines

In addition to the repair work that we’re often called on to complete on boat motors, we can also:

-    Resolve problems with your boat’s electrical system
-    Install electronics
-    Repair engine control systems
-    Service or rebuild outdrives and gear cases
-    Make fixes to your boat’s trailer
-    Shrink wrap your boat
-    Winterize your boat so it’s ready for cold weather

What could cause your boat to break down?

Your boat could encounter a number of mechanical difficulties that prevent it from running smoothly or running at all. If your boat feels like it’s losing power, you might have a problem with your filter or spark plugs. You could have a broken belt if your overheat warning light comes on, or if your voltage meter indicates that the alternator isn’t charging.

Electrical problems could be the culprit if you have trouble with your ignition, or if your boat’s engine suddenly fails. There may be a blown fuse, a loose connection, or corrosion in your electrical system.

If you have trouble turning the wheel, or if the wheel is stuck in one position, you could have low or leaking hydraulic fluid. Shifting problems may be a sign that a fuse has blown, or there could be a stuck or broken linkage in your mechanical cable shifts.

We have the experience to identify what could be causing your boat to malfunction, and the knowledge to fix what’s broken. If you’re having problems with your boat, or if you’re just looking for a tune-up to keep your boat in great shape, contact us and let us know how we can help.