Ensuring that each part of your boat, from the hull to the engine, is working properly is a crucial part of owning a boat and keeping your boat in good working order. Not only will you help to preserve the value of your boat and increase its lifespan, you’ll ensure that your boat looks and runs as well as it possibly can. At Anchor Marine Repair, we want to help you make the necessary repairs to your boat, including difficult boat repairs like transom repairs. Read Full Post
Anchor Marine Repair Blog
Jet ski repairs can be an expensive and inconvenient undertaking, especially if you’re using a jet ski repair company that specializes in repairing one jet ski brand or another. These specialty jet ski repair shops can get away with charging an arm and a leg for even the simplest jet ski repairs, if only because many jet ski owners think that the only way to get the best jet ski repairs is to use a specialty repair shop. This simply isn’t the case, though. While it’s true that each jet ski brand is different, with different components, shapes, and tools needed for repairs, you can find a jet ski repair company that has these tools even if they aren’t a specialty brand jet ski repair shop. In fact, at Anchor Marine Repair, we provide Minnetonka jet ski repairs for all major jet ski brands, and we have the tools and years of experience to be able to make the specialty jet ski repairs for each brand. Read Full Post
As boating is many people’s passion in Minnesota, we understand the importance of boat repair and refurbishing. With over 45 years of combined experience, and boat lovers ourselves, we will keep your fiberglass, aluminum or metal flake boat looking good season after season!
Fiberglass, aluminum and metal flake boat refurbishing isn’t just a DIY project, or a skill that anyone can possess after a couple tries or reading an online forum. It is an art that requires many years of dedication, time and patience. Our consistent high quality work is performed by skilled composite craftsmen that absolutely love the work they do. Read Full Post
Has anyone ever heard of a load bearing wall? If you’ve done any sort of housing construction or been a part of a “reno-gone-wrong” then a load bearing wall may sound familiar to you. Basically, if you remove this particular wall within a home, the entire home has the potential to come crumbling down. Did you know that most boats have something similar to this? In the boating world, we call this piece the transom. The transom is the flat surface forming the stem of the vessel. It reinforces the stem and ultimately, keeps the boat held together. So the last thing you’d want is that good ole transom to rot, or break. If you live in Minnesota and you’re looking for transom repair & replacement, look no further than Anchor Marine Repair. Read Full Post