At Lynnhaven Marine, we offer one of the most modern, organized, and best-equipped service departments in the Mid-Atlantic.
Our menu of services includes everything from basic maintenance and repair to electronics installation, major fiberglass work, boat hauling and storage. With 13 service bays, eight certified factory-trained technicians, including four master technicians, four mid-level technicians and multiple apprentice technicians on staff, our award-winning service department can get you back on the water in a hurry. In addition, our waterfont location allows us to water test all repairs ensuring everything is right both out of the water and in it!
Lynnhaven Marine is an authorized repair dealer for Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Wellcraft, Bayliner, Trophy, Glastron, Rinker, and Sea Fox, but with over 115 years of experience, we can provide complete service and repair to all makes and models of fiberglass pleasure boats.
If it’s engine repair you need, our service technicians are factory trained for every major gas engine brand whether stern drive, inboard or outboard, including Volvo Penta, OMC, Mercury/Mercruiser, Yamaha, Johnson / Evinrude and Bombardier.
Visit Lynnhaven Marine parts department for the best in outboard and stern drive motor parts and accessories, and general boating and marine accessories. We have one of the widest selections in the region. If it’s not in stock, we can have most items for you within 48 hours!
We do it all from marine parts to marine service:
These common issues are the top items that consumers will ask about throughout the boating season. These are quick items to look at prior to taking the boat to Lynnhaven Marine for inspection.
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High performance gear lube is required in all Bravo and Alpha I Generation II stern drives. It is recommended for use in all older stern drives as well. Premium Blend and High Performance gear lube should never be mixed. Be sure to drain the unit completely if switching from one type of lube to the other.
It is better to change the oil and gear lube at the end of the season, prior to storage. Lubricants naturally accumulate moisture, combustion by-products, and other contaminants during use. It can be detrimental to store an engine or drive with large amounts of these contaminants present.
Because they are self-sacrificing, the anodes must be inspected often and replaced when 50% consumed.
Some suggested items would include a floating prop wrench, a spare prop and attaching hardware, spark plugs, belt(s), oil, power trim and steering fluid, High Performance gear lube, water separating fuel filter.
The drain system on your engine is NOT intended to replace full winterization. It is for extending your boating season by allowing the cooling system to be drained after use if there is a risk of light freezing weather and you will be boating the next day. For full-extended winter storage we recommend that an authorized dealer winterize your boat. Damage caused by freezing or improper winterization is not covered by the limited factory warranty.
If you store your stern drive installed on your boat, you should keep it in the down position. Otherwise, the rubber bellows in the transom assembly can become permanently deformed and fail.