Marine Electronic's Pro
619-218-1018 since 1983
marine electronics, furuno repair, raymarine repair, kvh dealer, furuno dealer, garmin dealer, seatel dealer, icom dealer, electronic repair, marine electronics, autopilot repair, benmar repair, nobletec software, chart plotters, GPS

Furuno, Raytheon,  Raymarine Garmin KVH, SeaTel, Icom are just a few of the marine electronics I've serviced for over 30 years. 


I can repair your sonar, radar, SSB, Sat TV, Autopilot and sailing instruments. Your audio video work is easy for me to beat shops.


There are only about a dozen true electronic technicians in all the west coast. I feel strongly that Harold Oneil at CME and Rick Beck at Honor are my only true marine electronic technician competitors here in San Diego.  If you dont hire one of us, you'll will be wasting your money showing newbies how to do it on the job. I'm less expensive than my peers because I do my own work without a store.  


The US navy spent $200,000 dollars training me so you don't have to. Yes, I started right here at the anti submarine warfare center next to Shelter island. You can't just suddenly become a marine electronics technician. Storefront or advertising doesn't buy it. So why pay more for less?


 Many things are plug and play now or you throw them away. Some gear still needs a true tech to fix. Plus with me I'm also a marine engineer and when I'm looking around and touching all the stuff on your boat, I'm fixing everything while I'm there. A skilled and exerienced set of eyes can quickly eliminated BUGS DOWN DEEP.   

Radars autopilots chart plotters instruments, gauges, compasses, nmea 2000, nmea 0183, maritron, 
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