Our Marine Service Team Has Your Back
Wherever your cruising takes you, you expect your yacht or boat to run without problems. That’s why it’s crucial to partner with a trusted service provider that carries brands like MTU, Volvo Penta, Parker Racor and Detroit Diesel. Our marine department not only carries parts from these OEMs, but our factory-trained technicians know how to work around these engines. Regardless of who you choose to service your vessel, these are just a few areas you should give consideration to protect your vessel’s engine.
1. 24/7 Support and Service
You want to cruise on your schedule, not when your engine feels like it. Choosing a marine service team that offers 24/7 emergency field service ensures that you are taken care of wherever your boating adventures take you. Our marine service team is not geographically constrained, meaning that we can reach your vessel for service wherever your travels take you, getting you up and boating faster with as little downtime as possible.
2. Parts Availability
It is difficult to fix your engine problem without the proper parts and equipment. Our large inventory of parts from MTU, Volvo Penta, Parker Racor, Detroit Diesel and other manufacturers allows our technicians to get the parts they need to repair your engine needs any time of day.
3. Preventative Maintenance
Take advantage of the experience of our technicians by consulting them to create a maintenance schedule that will keep your boat always ready to cruise. A regular service plan usually lowers the overall cost of ownership and is the best way to avoid emergency repairs that are often inconvenient and costly.
4. Network of Service Professionals
We’ve serviced clients as far south as Venezuela and north as Alaska. With a service footprint that spans more than 5,700 miles, a service location is always within reach and professional support is a mere phone call away.
Reliable service can make or break your boating experience. Choosing an experienced service provider like our marine team, with its years of industry experience and training, is the best way to ensure that your boat is sea-ready.