We are an Authorized and Certified Dealer for:
Certified Yamaha 5-Star Dealer
Certified Mercuryand Mercruiser Dealer since 1988
Certified Bombardier - OMC, Johnson, Evinrude Dealer since 1988
Certified Volvo Service
Lighthouse Marine Inc.
Pleasurable Boating and Getting You Out on the Water Is Our Goal
5926 Sehmel Dr. NW Bldg A, Gig Harbor, WA 98332
253-858-7280 * 253-858-8160
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
5926 Sehmel Dr NW Bldg A, Gig Harbor WA 98332
Looking for a boat mechanic you can trust? Look no further!
We are the most qualified boat engine repair team in the area. Our experienced technicians and staff are here to help you with your boating needs. We use the latest diagnostic technology to provide high-quality service. We also offer many preventative maintenance options. It's the convenient way to keep your boat healthy. From cowling to propeller, from tongue jack to trailer brakes, we've got you covered. We know what we're doing, and we're dedicated to keeping you safe on the water. Your satisfaction is our highest priority.
On our service pages we list just a few of our maintenance service items, you can choose to do as much or as little, to fit within your budget and needs. Costs vary depending upon horsepower and installation details of your engine.
We now offer financing through Sheffield Financial to help you purchase your new BRP Evinrude motor. Ask for Tim, and he will get you started or go to www.Sheffieldfinancial.com to apply for your new BRP motor.
BRP's New Evinrude G2.
We have Mercury, Yamaha and Evinrude engines at awesome prices, to get you excited to go boating again. Our 2018 Mercury outboards are here and are listed on our Outboard page, and we have 1 2017 Mercury model left to blow out at a great price. We have 2018 Evinrude and Yamaha Outboards at very competitive prices. And of course, if we don't have what you need in stock, we can gladly order it for you. We have a list of all available in-stock motors, new and used on our Outboard Blow Out Page. Give us a call to get your new engine today
253-858-7280 or 253-858-8160
Boat Engine Repair
There are many situations and things that can go wrong with your boat and keep you from being safe on the water. We're equipped to handle repairs on Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury, Mercruiser, Volvo and Yamaha and gas powered inboard engines. Whether you just need a service, water pump replaced or a complete engine overhaul, we're an excellent fit for your repair needs. We'll fix it right the first time and get you back on the water.
Our mechanics come to work smiling and are happy to turn a wrench. They have a passion for boat engine repair and are fully qualified to work on yours.
We promise to always provide value and outstanding service, regardless of repair size or difficulty.
Welcome to Lighthouse Marine Inc.
We Moved - Our new address is
5926 Sehmel Dr. NW Unit A, Gig Harbor, WA 98332
253-858-7280 or 253-858-8160
Richard Scott has been with us at Lighthouse Marine Inc. since 2006 and is our go-to Volvo guy. He specializes in Volvo Gas Engines and Mercruiser Stern Drives. We appreciate his expertise and his concern for our customers to have a safe, working engine and a great boating experience. Thank you Richard for being part of our team.
Our customers ask the best questions and we are going to highlight a few here each month.
September 18, 2018
Question: What should I do to prepare my outboard for out-of-season storage or pro-longed storage?
Answer: The major consideration in preparing your outboard for storage is to protect it from rust, corrosion and damage caused by freezing water that may be trapped in the engine. We recommend taking your engine to us or your dealer to perform the work. Damage from improper storage procedures is not covered under the manufacturer's warranty. If you choose to perform the storage procedure yourself, follow the storage procedures outlined in your Operation, Maintenance and Warranty manual.
Question: I accidently reversed the battery connections when I reinstalled the battery. What potential damage could I have caused?
Answer: We strongly recommend that you have an authorized dealer inspect the vessel before returning it into service. The potential damage will vary from model to model. Although there may be some design for protection for each component, limitations do exist.
The first item to check is the fuse or fuseable link. Most models have some type of protection in the circuits. You can replace the fuse with the correct size and test the system. If the fuse fails again, dealer involvement is recommended.
Other items on the engine that may be damaged include, but are not limited to the following: voltage regulators, rectifiers, tachometers, electronic control modules, isolation diodes and melted wiring. Boat related items may include the following: radios, radar, lights, wiring, etc.
Note: Always tighten your battery connections "plier tight" not just "hand tight". Some of the same type of issues may occur with loose connections. We also recommend lock nuts, not wing nuts for battery connections on the battery itself.
There are more FAQ on our About Us page
Lighthouse Marine Inc.