SEA Marine Yacht Services of Port Townsend, Wa specializes in boat repair, refits & marine electrical & mechanical services Maintenance Tips: Basic teak deck cleaning & care. “Are teak decks a lot of work?” The tendency is for people to “over maintain” teak decks, scrubbing them frequently, using 2 part teak brighteners etc. that cause notable wear to the wood. Two part cleaners are also hard on the Thiokol (that’s …Read More
As boaters, we are accountable to maintain our vessels & keep our boats safe, marina’s healthy and reduce the impact boats have on marina’s, coastal waters and aquatic life. Chronic discharges of oil and petroleum products from boats are a significant problem in along our shorelines. Join us as we share some insights for becoming a cleaner boater. Be a Clean Boater Most boats have compartments inside their hull that …Read More
The Dynamics of Marine Paint SEA Marine is Homeport to many boat owners and as we head into the “Haul-Out, Winterization & Storage” season for many, we are inundated with marine painting questions, particularly “How much will it cost to paint my boat?”. That is a very dynamic question. What makes it so dynamic?
By Eric S., ABYC certified Corrosion Tech. Discusses underwater metal corrosion and “hot” marinas, tips, & the importance of Galvanic isolators. Learn how to protect your boat from Stray currents.
Benefits of partnering with a quality boatyard? Occasionally I am asked why a boat owner who considers himself or herself capable of performing repairs should enlist the services of a quality boatyard. And while I realize that many boaters –
Signs that it’s time to Repowering your yacht.
Oil leaks, belching smoke, strange noises emanating from the engine room, difficult starting, high hours on the engine meter…Read More
How hard can it be to buy or sell a boat? Whether you are a new boat owner or an old salt to buying or selling a boat, there is much to be gained by partnering with a Knowledgeable Yacht Broker.Read More
MARCH 21, 2013 —The U.S. Coast Guard Inspections and Compliance Directorate has issued a Marine Safety Alert saying that the Coast Guard has recently become aware of counterfeits of U.S. Coast Guard approved portable fire extinguishers manufactured by Amerex Corporation and Buckeye Fire Equipment.Read More