Sales and Repairs
As well as offering comprehensive boat servicing and repairs, we can also provide a wide range of parts. We recommend genuine manufacturers’ parts for your engine as the quality is better, they may cost a little more but are in our opinion the best buy.
If you are carrying your own repairs or rebuilds then drop us an e-mail with the items you require and we will get you a competitive quote and availability.
Many items are available in our stores but if this is not the case, we can often get next day delivery from our suppliers.
Our parts & accessories include:
- Mercury Mariner Outboard parts
- MerCruiser spares
- Control cables
- Steering systems
- Fuel tanks
- Oils & greases
- Outboard motor locks
Marine Parts & Accessories
The best and quickest way to order parts or enquire about prices and availability is by sending us an e-mail with your requirements firstname.lastname@example.org
Consumable such as: Two stroke marine oil, oil filters, gear lube, power tune, marine grease, ignition assembly’s, anode kits, fuel tanks, steering and control cables and much more.
A range of Aluminium and Stainless-Steel propellers are kept in stock. Please phone for price and advice on pitch and application.
Engine locks (lock it or lose it)
It is essential to have an engine lock for insurance purposes; we almost always have stock of these items. We offer two products: one for transom bolted engines and one for clamp mounted engines. Our recommended solution is the Motor Loc boat engine lock.
Design specifically for smaller, clamp-mounted outboard engines
The original solution for locking outboard motors or engines to a boat’s transom to prevent outboard motor theft. These are for use where an outboard engine is attached using the engine’s clamping bracket. Your outboard is valuable and vulnerable. No outboard is insured unless it is locked on with an insurance approved lock.
The slot in the lock covers the two clamp heads making it nearly impossible for a potential thief to get access to them
For through-transom bolted engine installations
As two stroke outboard motors become rarer and new heavier four stroke outboard engines take their place, many owners of 8hp engines and above sensibly choose to bolt the engine through the transom in a semi-permanent installation to protect from outboard motor theft.