Sahale is set for smooth sailing after a stop at Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard for some clean systems installations.
A team effort by the experienced boatyard crew has resulted in beautiful installation work on a new water maker, a fuel monitoring system and a fire suppression system. Boatyard yacht riggers/technicians John Iverson, Lance McDonough and Lenny Mason each played a role in the meticulous new systems installations on Sahale. The graceful Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 509 sailboat also received a smooth and fast race-bottom paint job by paint shop lead Doug Terrian and his team.
Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard Performs Clean & Meticulous Systems Installations
Sahale came to the boatyard earlier this month so the crew could install a brand new Spectra desalination water maker, a FloScan fuel monitoring system and a FireBoy fire suppression system, said Service Manager Chris Hawke. (See earlier blog on the Jeanneau’s installations by clicking here.)
The display units for the 2014 Sun Odyssey’s new fuel monitoring system, fire suppression system and water maker are mounted in a convenient location for her skipper.
Sahale’s Gig Harbor owner does a lot of single-handing on the 50-foot sailboat, according to boatyard managers. The skipper is a regular customer at Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard ~ so he knows where to go for the best in systems installations and other marine service.
Bring your boat in and see us about clean installs or other repair and service you’ve been considering.