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"The level of service, communication and the manner in which U-Boat handled our job is outstanding.  I have not experienced that type of service for a long, long time.

We felt at times like we were your only customer, that is rare.  In today’s commerce it is like finding gold. Our sincere thanks to you and your crew. 

I know for certain I would have no hesitation in using U-Boat again or recommending them to anyone I know."

-- Alistair and Chris, West Australia, owners of "Green Flash"

"I appreciate everything that you did to help us.  I have been pretty stressed out about the whole thing and it was nice to know that someone was helping take care of things.  It is hard to be so far away and this was a major purchase for us."

-- Christy, Salt Lake, Utah, owner of "Current Sea"

Beneteau 28 "Green Flash"

Decommissioned for Transport to Australia from Port of Savannah, Georgia:
Removed and stored sails, boom, vang, and canvas.  Unstepped mast and stripped standing and running rigging.
Stowed and secured all items. Winterized engine, head, and potable water and deep cleaned to comply with AQIS.
Built cradle and secured boat to cradle. Shrink wrapped, placed load on trailer, and delivered load to ex-port for trans-pacific shipping.

Intrepid 38 "Island Dog"

Island Dog
Checked and solved low power issue. Repaired windlass, replaced head water pump, replaced trackballs on two Furuno electronics.


U-Boat Yacht Management has performed a large variety of projects, from simple deck washes and routine engine maintenance to rebuilding freezer and fridge boxes in stainless steel and transporting boats.

Following are a few samples of completed projects.

Antigua 53 "Island Time"

Island Time

Refrigeration Rebuild: The original material that the freezer and refrigerator boxes were built from was showing signs of moisture intrusion.  To remedy the problem, the delaminated material was removed, the boxes rebuilt and lined with stainless steel panels.  The cooling system was evacuated, repaired, and recharged.  The result is a very clean, rich look and feel, and excellent cooling performance.

The Lehman Engine:
  The oil & transmission coolers were replaced and other engine and generator maintenance was performed.
Additionally:  The wind-speed/direction system was rebuilt, spreader light bulbs and stove igniter switch were replaced, and inspection, adjustment, and lubrication of the steering system was performed.

Sea Ray 230 Sundeck

Installation of a GPS with depth sounder transducer on transom with custom built adapter to fit cup-holder on driver’s dashboard.

Catalina 36 “Current $ea”

Current SeaDecommissioned for transport to Great Salt Lake, Utah: Removed and stored sails, boom, vang, canvas, and electronics.  Unstepped mast and stripped standing and running rigging.  Stowed and secured all items.  Winterized engine, head, air-conditioner, and potable water.  Hauled out and placed on trailer for shipping. 

Catalina 310 “Come Monday”

Removed prior name and hailing port and placed new name and hailing port.  Replaced broken engine mount bracket and raw water pump.

Hunter 42 CC “Norm’s Contingency”

Installed new 16,000 btu Cruisair air-conditioning system and new Jabsco electric head.  Replaced broken gate stanchion and re-plumbed galley sink drain to meet below waterline specifications.   Removed diesel from bilges, cleaned topside and interior.

Catalina 42 “Pegasus”

Re-covered saloon cushions, replaced boom-vang fitting, installed new jib halyard, and installed lifeline netting.

Nordic Tug 37

Nordic TugNordic TugBuilt and installed four custom teak valances for custom window treatments.

Beneteau 310 “Spirit Home II”

Spirit HomeReplaced companionway boards with tinted acrylic and mounted lock.  Bent on main sail, ran reefing line and lazy jacks, furled and covered sail.  Checked batteries, refastened air-conditioner to top of battery box, secured hoses and wires.  Removed faulty navigation lights breaker and replaced with new, rewired, taped, and secured wires, and installed lightning arrestor.
Spirit HomeFixed delaminated portion of deck: cut top layers of fiberglass from the outside while leaving the inside layers of fiberglass and headliner. Discovered it was a dry layup (fiberglass didn’t adhere to balsa core in factory). Filled area with high density foam and resin and applied gelcoat to match.

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