Say HELLO to SUMMER! Service and Maintenance is very important to having a hassle free boating season. I'm sure you have heard that preventive maintenance can save you money in the long run...well, that is true. Nothing is worse than planning a trip only to end up drifting around because of a $25 part that could have been replaced during seasonal service. Please feel free to contact us and we will recommend the best service for your boating needs. If you are a regular customer, we have records on your boat and will advise you of the recommended service. Make the call now to get on the schedule and avoid spring launch delays.
Suggestion List for Summer time
Services Recommended for Summer Maintenance
Load and cell test batteries, top off water level, clean cable and terminal ends, coat with corrosion guard. Remove and charge as necessary. Reinstall or install new.
Consisting of sanding, prep and single season ablative paint. Interlux Bottom Coat Act-Black is used unless otherwise requested
* Hazmat Fee Additional $25.00
**Additional Coats by Quote**BOAT MUST BE OUT OF WATER**Blocking Additional**Excessive buildup Extra**
Drive and Transom assy. are sandblasted, primed and painted with anti fouling paint. This is primarily used to combat corrosion on your outdrive and transom assy.
All anodes need to be replaced yearly. An anode may look in good condition, as the majority is still there, however, a coating of scale will make it ineffective
These are average prices. Inboards and Bravos vary. Freight charges additional. Removal and installation additonal.
Shrink wrap can be removed by owner, however, it cannot be disposed of in the dumpster. It will need to be recycled.
Includes inspecting and repacking bearings, replace grease seals, check lights and tires.
We recommend the following services be done at winterization. If not done, we will try to accommodate you before the boat is launched in spring. Mid-season service may require your boat to come out of the water causing you to incur unnecessary charges. Please plan accordingly.
Oil becomes acidic with breakdown of engine metals and should be changed at time of winterization to flush and lubricate the internal components for storage. An oil change mid-season also would be prudent.
With the Ethanol situation ever evolving we are finding that staying on top of fuel filter replacement has proven instrumental in maintaining optimum running conditions for the season.
This is a required annual service consisting of: Lube change and pressure test drive. Inspect and grease u-joints and gimbal bearing or intermediate housing. Inspect transom hoses and bellows, check engine alignment and torques gimbal ring. Flush and refill reservoir bottle.
Have you run into shallow water or hydrilla this season? We recommend bi-annual service to replace impeller and gaskets.
NOTE: For Merc Alpha 1 and Gen II drives a basic drive service is required to perform this water pump service as the drive must be off.
*Labor based on generator location and accessibility