Repower Your Boat
Your beloved boat. Only better.
Keep Your Boat. Maximize the Power.
Your boat’s hull is made to withstand the crash of waves and the thrill of swelling seas for decades. However, not all engines have the same lifespan. It’s no wonder that many boat hulls outlive their engines—but that doesn’t mean you have to bid farewell to your entire boat. Give your boat a new lease on life with an engine repower. Bob & Annie’s Boatyard has the engines, generators, outboards, and inboards to revitalize your boat.
Increase your horsepower or restore the zip and zoom your boat once had after your engine starts to fade. Find a more fuel-efficient engine. Make the most of your time on the water. When you choose to repower your boat, you get to enjoy your boat, your way.
Bob & Annie’s Boatyard has access to new engines, generators, outboards, and inboards, and is proud to be the only Volvo Penta dealer in Southwest Florida and one of the largest Suzuki Outboard dealers in the region. We offer the following equipment at competitive prices:
- Volvo Penta
As a certified dealer, we buy our equipment in bulk so we can pass the savings on to you for an affordable option to restore and repower your watercraft.
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40hp and Up Mechanical
2.5HP to 30HP Mechanical
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What Is a Boat Repower?
The meaning of a boat repower is all in the name: Giving your boat newer, better power. You can do this in one of two ways:
- Rebuilding your current engine to restore its former potential
- Replacing your existing engine with a more powerful one
When a watercraft starts to lose some of its zest, many boat owners opt for a repower over buying a brand new boat or sinking far too much money into an aging engine. Why? It’s more cost-effective than purchasing another boat and means you can continue to enjoy the vessel you already know and love.
When Is a Repower the Right Option?
There are many reasons boat owners opt to repower their boat—so how do you know when it’s the right option for you?
Consider the following factors:
- The cost of a new engine or outboard versus the cost of a new boat
- Your current and future horsepower needs
- Your existing engine’s fuel efficiency and emissions
- A new boating location that calls for more horsepower
Whatever your boating needs and interests, the Bob & Annie’s team will treat you like one of us. With over three generations of experience under a single family of owners, we’ll put our expertise to work, offering sound advice to evaluate your options and land on the right decision for you.