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Primary Phone: (407) 792-6411

Phone: (407) 792-6411

Fax: (407) 324-4319

And Mercruiser, Marine, mercruiser, mercury, suzuki, yamaha
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Harbour Marine Services, Inc.

Marine Electric Service, Boat Maintenance & Repair, Boat Storage, Engine Rebuilding & Exchange, Boat Dealers, Outboard Motors-Repairing, Marine Services
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Specialties: Motors


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Chris A.



Just picked my boat up .. I have a Yamaha 150 with only 20 hours on the motor .. wanted first service done to motor.. wanted to be sure they were going to use yamalube and the guy told me that Suzuki oil is the same and will work because he was out of yamalube .. told him I wanted yamalube and so he said he went and got some .. was quoted 225 for the simple service .. picked up and was charged 330.. he said he forgot to factor in the tax.. (was 20 dollars for tax) will not go back again .. will not recommend anyone to go there

Mike B.



Horrible service bad customer service they give you the price and they change it , say away from them



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Sloppy Work

I had my boat in for a minor electrical problem. When I got it back I found parts laying on the floor and my depth finder bezel and fascia piece were missing. I found the bezel on the floor eventually but the fascia piece is gone.

I looked under the cowling and they didn't replace the protective rubber covers on some of the electrical components and I found one canon plug completely unplugged. I still have a mystery rubber plug that I can't find a home for but obviously it belongs somewhere.

When I took it in they didn't seem all that interested in the job and they certainly were not listening to anything I had to say. And since they returned the boat with numerous pieces missing it has affirmed my belief that they really didn't care all that much about the job. And I still have the electrical problem to boot.

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