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By: Kathleen N.
Advanced Marine Service
Response from Advanced Marine Service to Dana W. review:The customer brought his 32' Bayliner into our shop on November 15, 2014. The boat had been moored in salt water for several years. Very little maintenance had ever been performed and the boat was covered in barnacles. At the time the boat was brought into our shop, the customer requested storage. The requested service was completed as follows: We got both motors running, completed hydraulic repair and re-built the carburetor. Then the boat was winterized (at no charge). After the repairs were completed, the customer decided to replace the starboard engine. He purchased an engine himself and had it delivered to our shop. At this time our Spring surge of business was taking place. It was communicated to Dana at that time that this was our busiest time of the year and we would have to fit the engine install into our service schedule. We had constant communication with Dana. The customer removed the boat on July 11, 2015. He had the option to remove the boat at any time prior to that date. We were of the understanding that we had a good rapport with Dana.
By: Bruce G.
Steven's Marine Inc
I've been dealing with Stevens marine for over 30 years. As guiding is my business, I depend on my equipment and need it everyday. They have always been there for me, like last Friday September 30th. As I was nearing the end of my trip for that day I heard some metal on metal screeching noise and then a bad clacking noise coming from my motor. After seeing my guest for the day off, l called Stevens and got ahold of my man, Eric Pederson and explained my issue and he said it sounded like a compressor and to bring it over. By the time I got there it was already after 5:00pm and the mechanics had already left for the day, but between Eric and myself, we were able to change it out and I was back on the water for the next day's trip. And that's not the only time Stevens marine has saved my bacon. They haven't always been perfect, but they've always been there for me. Thanks again for 30 years of great service. Bruce Gipple Professional fishing guide infor 39 years
By: sweetlysmiling
Schooner Creek Boat Works
Recently, I took my Grand Banks that I had inherited from my dad into Schooner Creek. It had been sitting outside for a long, long time. After the survey, my laundry list was huge! If my Dad had not have loved that thing so much, I may have just sold it. Overwhelmed by the amount of work that needed to be done, I sat down with Mike and Steve, and came up with a game plan. A year and a half to restore her! Wow! But, affordable. I made monthly payments and helped out with the work. (hint: you can save on labor by sweating a little! lol I lost 15 lbs in the process too!) But now that it's all done, you can't even believe this was the same boat! These guys were amazing to work with, very understanding, and really taught me that owning a boat takes pride and hard work. Thank you Schooner, I'll see you next year for my bottom paint!
By: Matt D.
Cook Engine Inc
I've used Cook Engine to service both my boats for the last 7 years and Jeff and his crew have always been extremely thero with their service work. They also bring items to my attention that I wouldn't have normally noticed saving me money in the long term and possibly a ruined weekend or getting stranded at sea. There bills have always been fair and I can't say enough good about the services they provide.
By: buoyten
Cook Engine Inc
I took my boat in to Cook a few weeks ago when I found oil leaking into my engine compartment, they found the leaky gasket and had me back on the water fast even with how busy they were. The price was fair and I like how easy it is to bring my boat in. If you are a fisherman like me and time is money, I would go to Cook.
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By: Mark S.
Cook Engine Inc
The good folks at Cook Engine got my boat working like new again. Outstanding service, friendly staff, fair prices. I would trust my boat to them anytime.

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