Boat Maintenance: What to think about over the off-season

by Ian Kuhl on May 21, 2016

in Chandlery, Featured, Franklin Marine, Marine Electrical Services, Marine Safety, Outboard Motors, Shipwright Services, Trailer Boats Accessories, Weather, Workshops

We have noticed an increase in boat maintenance jobs since the Federal Election was called…
Coincidence? Probably – but we prefer to say that people are choosing to refit their boats rather than watching the election!

We agree – and think this is a better time than any to start preparing for your winter maintenance!

Maintanence to think about


During the off season, many people find it worthwhile to participate in easy, one-day training courses – which is a great way to improve your skills, fine tune your knowledge and build confidence in your boat and its systems.

Our Marine Diesel for Beginners course is coming up this winter – click here to find out more.

Preparing your Boat for Cruising has just been re-launched in 2016 and is a great follow-up from Marine Diesel Engines for Beginners… Click here to see more.

Don’t get overwhelmed!

Yes, this is a lot to think about – but there’s no reason to get overwhelmed. We’re always here to help if you need a hand identifying any maintenance tasks – and also have a great team of Shipwrights who can take on just about any task.

Give us a call or send us an email (with photos if possible) anytime if you think you may need assistance with your winter maintenance schedule

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