Save on boat maintenance costs today

Look better longer...that is our mission for our customer's boat maintenance...

How do our solutions actually save you money on your boat maintenance costs though, and is quality compromised for these cost savings?   Here is a quick look at how each of our solutions are tailored to not only save you money, but make your boat look better than a conventional solution:


High-Gloss Coating System:   For an average 40ft boat our coating system would cost around $2,400 for the hull which would eliminate the need for buffing and polishing or re-application for 1-2 years depending on the original condition.   This would save around $5k - $10k in detailing costs over that time period.   More on why a boat detailing using a high-gloss coating

Saving at least
using our detailing system
Boat Detailing Four Winns H310124

Synthetic Teak Decking:   Generally 25% cheaper to install up front than real teak decking, but the synthetic teak decking is maintenance free and comes with a 10 year warranty for commercial use, or 20 years for non-commercial.   Maintenance on a real teak deck needs to be carried out around once every three months, therefore a synthetic teak can save you up to 80 maintenance interventions.  More on why a synthetic teak decking.

upfront + no maintenance!
Vinyl Boat Wraps: For boats above 30 feet, the cost of a vinyl wrap can be up to 1/3 the cost of a respray, and far less inconvenient with many full boat wraps being able to be done in 2-3 days.   Vinyl wrapping also eliminates the need for cutting and buffing, lasts up to 7 years with care, and is easily repairable should the boat be damaged. Custom graphics and printing allows for corporate branding to be applied boosting the company profile.  More on why a vinyl boat wrap vs a boat respray.
Saving up to
over a boat respray
Four Winns with Red and Silver Pinstripe and Boot Stripe

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