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When you have a marine vessel or boat that needs repairing, you will need to find a reputable business to do the work. Most repair shops will have the ability to work with whatever type of vessel you have. This includes marine vessels and fiberglass boats. There are variations depending on the type of engine you have as well. If you are not sure what the problem is, a repair shop can diagnose the issue to determine what needs to be repaired. Before you move forward with getting your boat repaired, the following are key terms to help you during the process.

  • Outboard - An detachable motor that is located on the boat's stern on the sides of the boat. Any business that does boat repair should have knowledge regarding your outboard engine. These engines can be either diesel or gas.
  • Inboard - A motor that is located on the inside of the vessel. These engines are available in diesel or gas. Find a company that has experience with the type of motor you have.
  • Epoxy - A glue or sealant that is used frequently for building boats.
  • Stern - The back part of the boat.
  • Hull - The body of the vessel.
  • Fiberglass - A common boat finish that is easy to maintain. If you have a fiberglass boat that needs repair, you will want to find a company that specializes in that type of repair. Most repair shops that work with boats will have extensive knowledge regarding fiberglass boats.
    American Boat Builders and Repairers Association
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    If you have a business dedicated to boat and watercraft preservation and repair, you should join our association. Make sure you get the most resources available by joining our association.
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    Lakeside Restorations
    Sweet Valley, PA 18656
    We specialize in all aspects of customization & restoration of performance boats & much more. We make fast boats faster, cool boats cooler & old boats like new!
    (570) 639-2628
    Cayuga Wooden Boatworks
    435 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY 14850
    (607) 272-1581
    Cayuga Wooden Boatworks Inc
    381 Enfield Main Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850
    (607) 277-7447
    Jr S Marine
    1661 Union Center Maine Hwy, Endicott, NY 13760
    (607) 754-0530
    Sailboat Shop Skaneateles The
    Skaneateles, NY 13152
    (315) 685-7558
    Cayuga Wooden Boatworks
    Cayuga, NY 13034
    (315) 253-7447
    Riegel Marine Services
    Seneca Falls, NY 13148
    (315) 549-7123
    Srk Fiber Glass & Acrylic Repair
    8502 Indian Hill Rd, Manlius, NY 13104
    (315) 682-3044
    Discount Marine
    Port Byron, NY 13140
    (315) 776-8778
    Pelican Point Marina
    4801 County Road 11, Rushville, NY 14544
    (585) 554-5400
    J & S Marine
    3558 Hayes Rd, Baldwinsville, NY 13027
    (315) 622-1095
    Northside Collision Fleet & Truck Repair Center
    8025 Brewerton Rd, Cicero, NY 13039
    (315) 698-0973
    Rick's Marine Service
    6256 State Route 64, Naples, NY 14512
    (585) 374-5998
    Marion Manor Marina
    Canastota, NY 13032
    (315) 762-4810
    Massara Bathtub Refinishing
    5504 Caughdenoy Rd, Clay, NY 13041
    (315) 699-0483

    If you own a boat or other type of marine vessel it will eventually require some maintenance or repairs to keep it in tip top shape. There are many dealers out there who specialize in all kinds of boat repairs, whether your engine and motor is on the fritz, or there is a potential creak in your boat's wooden deck. These professionals can be the dealer you bought your marine vessel from, a salesman from the local shop, or a ship specialist you found online. There are many types of repairs associated with different models and makes of boats on the market. They can carry everything from a ship's stern and inboard, to a motor boat's outboard and epoxy, to a sail boat's hull. It is even possible for your durable fiberglass bottom to have a crack that would need to be fixed right away to keep your boat floating. Make sure to have your boat checked out for any other potential repairs that it might need. If you own a boat and it needs some repairs, access a computer and go to your favorite search engine. Do some online research about various types of boat repairs that pertain to your situation. Type in keywords such as boat restoration, outboard and inboard motors, boat ignition parts, diesel fueled propellers and gears and fiberglass coating. Search what types of certification and degrees are required from specialists in your states and what type of regulation boat builders need to follow. After you feel you understand what is involved with the various repairs you may need, talk to various boat specialists to find one that can help you with your vessel.
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