We specialize in:

  • In-House Gelcoat Repair
  • Complete Accessory & Electronics Installation
  • Livewell repairs
  • Rod Holder & Downrigger Installation
  • Recarpeting & flooring replacement
  • Wakeboard Tower & Ballast Installation
  • Custom Skiboat Stereo Systems with tower speakers
  • Custom Boat Lettering & Decals
  • Lighting & Electrical Systems
  • Hummingbird & Lowrance Electronics- Installed & Serviced
  • Fiberglass & Aluminum Repairs
  • Auto Pilot Installation
  • Cleaning, Buffing & Detailing

We are one of the few factory certified aluminum hull repair centers in Wisconsin. We can repair a dent or scratch that other boat dealers may not even want to look at. We will coordinate with your insurance company to make the process less time consuming for you. You bring your boat down, we’ll take care of the rest!

We offer complete boat reconditioning. Whether you need to recarpet, upgrade a livewell on your favorite fishing boat or completely recondition that classic MasterCraft ski boat… we’ll provide you with a detailed estimate so you can decide how to proceed.


Engine Service Trailer Service Seasonal Maintenance
Our techs are experts in outboard, sterndrive & diesel engines straight inboard ski engines & transmissions. We use the most up to date 2 and 4 stroke outboard technology and state of the art-fuel injection systems. We perform complete powerhead rebuilds and outdrive repair. Need your trailer serviced? Let our techs help. Our techs are highly trained in repairs such as wheel bearing repacking, re-carpeting bunks, repairing or replacing brake systems and trailer light problems. Let a professional take care of seasonal maintenance. We offer engine winterizing for all brands, inside and outside storage, shrink-wrap and cleaning and detailing.



Did you know?

Engine manufacturers are recommending changing your water pump impeller every year. A fresh impeller like the one shown will have straight, clean fins. Over time, the pump will “take a set” where the fins will be permanently bent, and not pump water as well. Eventually, the fins will crack, and not pump water properly causing your engine to overheat, and possibly seize. A yearly replacement of a small part can be cheap insurance compared to replacing an engine!