Repowers & Rigging

Maybe it is time to hang a new engine to rid yourself of ongoing and expensive repairs to your old two stroke. Or perhaps you want new technology, more power, or better fuel economy. Repowering your boat is a fantastic way to give your craft new life, ensure its safety and reliability, and it is a cost-efficient alternative to buying a new vessel. Improved engine designs, digital shifting and throttle, digital instrumentation, data networks, and other new technologies can bring your boat into the modern age and open your eyes to a new era of boating.

 

As a result of our strong relationship with top vendors such as Yamaha, Mercury, Honda, and Tohatsu we are able to offer an unparalleled selection of outboards for every type of boat and boater. No need for guess-work, our specialists understand the complexities and challenges of repowering, an intimidating process of removing the old powertrain and installing a new engine and rigging. Our experts are experienced and ready to help guide you and streamline the process from the complimentary advanced inspection to the new motor owner orientation.

 

 If you are unsure if a repower is right for you and your vessel, our sales team is standing by to answer all your outboard engine questions and make sure you get the right outboard to meet your needs. Once you have the perfect outboard selected, our rigging team will work with you to spec out the rigging and equipment necessary to get your boat performing to its potential. 

 

Contact us at outfitting@boatspecialists.com or call 805-644-6290 extension 2.

 


Featuring Yamaha Helm Master

Captains of large offshore boats have already discovered the incredible ease and precision of Helm Master®. This fully integrated boat control system includes an enhanced binnacle control, a streamlined digital display, push-button start/stop switches, an RFID key fob and an innovative joystick. It’s the joystick that moves the large craft in surprisingly agile ways. There are three fishing modes to keep you in the red zone. “Drift Point” holds your heading while you drift. “Fish Point” uses minimal rpm to hold position. “Stay Point” holds your heading and position. Use the joystick for precise adjustments. Trolling speed can be set less than 0.5 MPH.