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Topic: Boat rewiring Carteret County Area
Posted By: dontcatchmany
Subject: Boat rewiring Carteret County Area
Date Posted: 21 September 2016 at 1:16pm
Any of you folks have a recommendation for someone in the Morehead City / Beaufort area that can rewire a boat? Also going to put in a new sounder/chart plotter at the same time.

I am getting too old to crawl all over a boat any more and this is a 25 ft Carolina Skiff.

Thanks in advance.

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Posted By: CapRandy
Date Posted: 21 September 2016 at 2:17pm
Are you talking about a switch panel or just pulling wires for a few things ?

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Posted By: 23Mako
Date Posted: 21 September 2016 at 3:34pm
Joe Ward in Newport

252-241-2474


Posted By: dontcatchmany
Date Posted: 21 September 2016 at 6:44pm
Joe Ward is deceased for about a year and a half. I knew him fairly well. He and I fished together a few times. His father used to be my mother's physician.

I need complete re-wiring...what ever that takes. Panel/new wires run, things that have a good chance of going kaput when on the water.

A few names and maybe numbers and I will contact them and see what they can do.

Thanks!

Boat is almost 9 years old and over that time some of the wiring has seemed to go down hill and/or new stuff was done non-professionally.

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Posted By: 23Mako
Date Posted: 22 September 2016 at 8:08am
Wow DCM I was not aware that Joe had passed. He did some great work on my boat. 


Posted By: BaitWaster
Date Posted: 22 September 2016 at 12:26pm
Ryan Allred, Carolina Marine, did an stereo, GPS/Sounder, VHF install and cleaned up the wiring in my SeaPro bay boat.  252-241-4907   ABYC certified.

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Posted By: dontcatchmany
Date Posted: 22 September 2016 at 4:26pm
Originally posted by BaitWaster BaitWaster wrote:

Ryan Allred, Carolina Marine, did an stereo, GPS/Sounder, VHF install and cleaned up the wiring in my SeaPro bay boat.  252-241-4907   ABYC certified.




Dang Bernie! I have a DUH Dummy moment here.

Ryan has worked on my boats in the past before he went on his own.....aaarrrgghhh. He s a good young man and has done good work.

And he helped me one time when I had a medical problem at the ramp.

His shop is a couple of miles from me (as I look to see).

Thanks!

Now to find the time frame.....and, of course, to talk with him so that trout season and other fishing is not interrupted.... LOL!




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