Anchor Marine Repair Blog
Being the land of 10,000 lakes, (actually more than 14,000), Minnesotans love their boats, lakes and the great outdoors. Enduring the cold harsh winters, it is no wonder we love to get outside and enjoy a day at the beach, catching walleye, trout, bass, visiting friends at the cabin, enjoying a slow ride down the Mississippi. Whatever your calling to the water may be, it should be a time that your boat brings you the enjoyment that you seek. Read Full Post
This boat season in St Paul, MN has been one for the ages! The weather has been wonderful and the lakes around this area have been the perfect spot to rest, relax and get away from the stressors of everyday life. That is, if your boat is properly functioning. If your boat has recently gotten damaged due to a collision with a boat, dock, or debris, you may not be feeling quite as optimistic about this year’s boating season. At Anchor Marine Repair, we know the feeling that you are going through. Rather than sulking and wasting what is left of this year’s boating season, let our expert boat collision repair staff fix your boat affordably, so that you can get back out on the water in no time. Read Full Post
Just like with your car, trying to avoid any damage to your boat is a top priority for boat owners. You don’t want to have to run a repair claim through your insurance, however at times that may be your best option. After all, that is what boat insurance is for. If you are in need of boat repairs but do not know of a boat repair shop in Minnesota that works directly with insurance companies, Anchor Marine Repair is your answer. Specializing in insurance covered boat repairs, our experienced staff is happy to work with nearly any boat insurance company on the market.
Now that the winter season in Minneapolis, MN has ended and spring has arrived, it is time to start thinking about getting your boat back out on the water. Warmer weather not only attracts boat lovers, but local fish get excited as well! Have you just noticed damage on your boat that needs to be addressed? Read Full Post