GARMIN Marine in Mackay

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Confidently Set Sail

Mackay is one of the best fishing locations on Australia’s east coast. You can enjoy fishing and boating on crystal-clear waters! However, before you drop your vessel in at Armstrong Beach or Cape Hillsborough boat ramp, contact Sunshine Coast Marine Electrical Doctor. We stock and install a great range of boat accessories to ensure you have a safe and successful trip. Our marine products include GARMIN GPSMAP® 8410xsv chartplotters, Reactor™ 40 hydraulic auto-pilots and much more.

We also sell lead acid batteries and deep cycle batteries for all types of boats. See our battery range from Century Yuasa and GreenEnergy. We only stock quality marine batteries, so you can be sure your boat will start first time, every time. If you need assistance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Aside from being accomplished marine electricians, Rob Wood and Tommy Wood are passionate tournament anglers. We have the know-how to help you make the right product choice.

Maintain Safe & Reliable Electrical Systems

Having reliable and safe electrical systems is essential for a fun experience on the water. That’s why we only use the highest quality products when working on your boat or yacht. We also offer ongoing maintenance and repairs. Our comprehensive service includes:

  • Fixing boat accessories
  • Refit wiring & new vessel wiring
  • Fault finding & diagnosis of electrical systems
  • Battery testing
  • Custom designing & manufacturing switchboards & panels

We know that every boat is different, so we tailor our services to meet your specific needs. Our marine electrical doctors have surgical precision when it comes to ensuring your systems are up and running smoothly, and we always work towards agreed timeframes.

Drop us a line on 0427 590 995 to arrange a service. We assist Mackay boat owners from Victoria Street to Watsons Lane.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A marine radar emits a pulse of radio waves that bounce off objects and return to the radar. The time it takes for the radio waves to bounce back is used to calculate the distance to the object. A computer then processes the signal, displaying the information on a screen.

You can use a radar to determine the position, course and speed of objects, as well as their size and shapes. Marine radars are often used in conjunction with chartplotters, fish finders and other electronic navigation aids.

No, fish finders don’t emit enough noise, light or waves to make them detectable by fish. Likewise, the frequency that the transducer transmits isn’t loud enough to notify the fish of danger.