Boat Motor Repair in Bradenton

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  • Mike reviewedUSA Marine Services

    Cole came out to my home and did a annual service on my 150 Yamaha 4 s... read more Cole came out to my home and did a annual service on my 150 Yamaha 4 stroke. Great attention to detail and explained up front everything that was going to be done. Thank for the great service. I will have you back out to do those underwater lights you showed me soon!!

  • very professional...diagonsed a problem that two other mechanics were ... read more very professional...diagonsed a problem that two other mechanics were unable to figure out. completed job as soon as parts arrived and i was on my way. i'll bring my boat back for service from now on

  • VictorreviewedBoatstation

    I completely agree with the previous review: PLEASE STEER CLEAR OF THI... read more I completely agree with the previous review: PLEASE STEER CLEAR OF THIS PLACE!!! They are either incompetent or/and run dishonest business. We got non working boat with the house. Boatstation’s mechanic Mickey told us that the repair will cost us $900. We agreed and he tugged the boat to the shop. In a few days Jim Walsh – the owner of the Boatstation called us and told us that we need to change the pump and few other things and it’ll cost us another $1,000. Then he called again, and it was another $1,000. When Mickey brought the boat to our dock the motor stalled and he could not start it again. In a month or so they were able to tug it again to the Boatstation to diagnose. Jim called again and told us that manifolds are bad and needs to be changed and there is another $1100 for this. After they replaced them he gave me a bill for $1,852 instead. So the repair that was priced at $900 cost us more than $5,000 instead. When we tried the boat the power steering was really tight and when I called Mickey, he told me that it should be like this for this boat. When we looked inside the power steering was disconnected, without belt and fluid. Mickey came back and connected it saying, possibly we disconnected it to make it easier to steer. So he lied to us twice! When we asked another mechanic look at the boat, he immediately told us that manifolds were leaking and had not been replaced, only risers were replaced, which is strange thing to do. He told us that we need to spend approximately another $1,400 to change manifolds and fix power steering. We learned our lesson: STAY AWAY FROM THE BOATSTATION!!!

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