Servicing Your Boat & Ensuring It’s ready for the water

We service all make and models of boats, yachts & PWC’s

Servicing Boats at the Lake of the Ozarks Since 1986

Boat Maintenance

Proper maintenance can extend the life of your boat, reduce the need for costly repairs, and help ensure the safety of your passengers.


Boat maintenance doesn’t only mean paying attention to your boat when you’re actively using it during the warm weather months – you also need to be sure to protect your watercraft through an effective winterization routine.  We make it easy with our online winterization form.

Boat Inspection

Proper boat maintenance means being actively involved in, and attuned to, all aspects of your vessel.  Many times, damages incurred to a watercraft could easily have been prevented by following a preventative watercraft maintenance routine.

Battery Care

Depending on the type of battery your boat uses, check to ensure that it is properly charged and that it has the correct fluid levels. Always keep your battery clean, as dampness and dirt can drain your battery.

Motor Maintenance

Flush your engine after every outing, and check everything from your fuel tanks to the clamps on your fuel line for rust, damage or corrosion. Also check your oil for correct levels, proper filtration, and cleanliness. Last, but not least, keep an eye on your engine’s cooling system to make sure it’s functioning correctly.

Bilge Pumps

A crucial aspect of boat maintenance is ensuring that your bilge pump is functioning properly. There’s not much that can cause more irreparable damage to a boat than having it sink. In the event that you need to use your pump, you’ll want to make sure that your battery system contains enough power to run the pump for a prolonged period of time.

Cleaning & Care

Routine waxing and the use of an anti-fouling paint protects your boat from the elements. Consider using environmentally-safe products whenever possible!

Electrical Components

Many boating failures occur as a result of corroded electrical systems, so keeping electrical components dry should be a regular part of your watercraft maintenance routine. Electrical fittings can be protected with a water-repellant, non-conductive grease or corrosion inhibitor.

Stay in the Know Courses

Consult your owner’s manual for in-depth guidelines. If you’re new to boating, your boat dealer may know of helpful watercraft safety and training courses that deal specifically with your type of watercraft. Become comfortable with boating terms and definitions. And while it’s always important to take the time to learn how to do things yourself, don’t be afraid to seek the help of professionals when needed.


683 Crystal Springs Rd

Linn Creek, MO 65052

Open Hours

Mon: 9am – 5pm
Tue: 9am – 5pm
Wed: 9am – 5pm
Thur: 9am – 5pm
Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 12pm
Sun: Closed

Don’t let your boat go a single season without servicing it.