Standard Preventative Maintenance

 

      Scheduling & Inspection Check Lists.

  • Motor & Drive Chain Maintenance 

  • Hull & Deck maintenance 

  • Winches, Furling Systems, Clam Cleats and Running Rigging incl. Halyards

  • Anchor winch, anchor lines shackles and mooring lines

  • Electrical - Wiring Maintenance 

  • Electrical - Charging Systems

  • Batteries and Power Storage 

  • Plumbing & Holding Tanks 

  • Through Hulls, Shaft logs, Rudder shafts, P-Joints & Valves 

  • Interior Maintenance Cleaning including bilges and pumps 

  • Bottom Paint and Hull Maintenance 

  • Water & Fuel Tanks - conditioning & inspection

  • Winterization 

  • Re-commissioning After Winter

  • Commissioning For the First Launch (New Boat)

  • Sail Inspection / Maintenance and Storage 

  • Cushions - Covers - Dodgers - Enclosures Maintenance and Winter Storage 

  • Emergency Equipment - Life Rafts - EPIRB - Flares

  • Inflatable / Dinghy Maintenance - Protection & Storage 


Note: 

Each of these sub categories are an individual discipline. Although I am well versed in each of these categories I neither wish to bore the reader nor waste valuable time creating pages on what is to me common sense.

However, there have been many advances in these fields and the marine professional responsible for these duties needs to be aware of the new systems, methods and products that are coming onto the market every year.

If and when I ever have the time I will build these pages. Alternatively if you require any advise on any of the subjects mentioned above you are welcome to call me.