DIY boat checks and the difference they make

We are a preferred partner of the major marine insurance companies and have 4-6 insurance claim boats on the go at any given time varying from the small cosmetic work to major engine repairs. This particular insurance claim was an 18-foot Maxum Bowrider with a very...

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47ft Alaska and the Benefits of Oil Analysis

We wrote about the ins and outs of oil analysis some months ago and went into more depth in explaining why this is a great way to prevent costly repairs later. This month we have worked on a boat where a regular oil analysis could have saved the owner a lot of grey...

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Meet Jon Southall, our Parts Manager

Seatech Marine has the Gold Coast’s largest team of qualified and certified technicians. It is important to us that you know and trusts the people who work on your boat so one by one, we would like to introduce our team to you. If you have visited our premises at The...

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Oil analysis – an open view of your boat’s engine

Oil sampling is a great tool to give an open view of the internal running of your boat’s engine. It is an analysis of a lubricant’s properties, suspended contaminants and wear debris. Tracking oil analysis sample results over the life of your engine, will also help...

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Meet Jonathon “Jonno” Miller, our Service Manager

At Seatech Marine, we believe that the strength of the company lies in its staff; the experience, the knowledge and the expertise they bring. We also believe that you, as customer, need to trust and know us, to know that you have made the best choice possible for you...

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Marine Emission Standards and what they mean to you

Protecting the environment and reducing our carbon footprint is something that has reached all aspects of life by now. Emissions have been targeted in the car industry for years already and now marine emissions have had restrictions introduced too. Last year, the...

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27-foot Monterey for a well-known customer

Clive Palmer has an impressive fleet of boats and we happen to have had one of those at our workshop recently. This boat in question sank three years earlier and had been marinating in salt-water ever since. The unfortunate incident of sinking did the...

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The preferred one-stop-shop for the world travellers

There is a tribe of people, the world yacht travellers, that live on a boat and simply cruise the world. Some do this for part of the year, some do it for years on end. Many of these people stop at Seatech to make sure their boat is up for the journey. This month, we...

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