To Bayline Boatyard
Spring is right around the corner and Spring Checklists have been sent out. Let Bayline prepare your vessel for the upcoming season. Contact our Service Department to have your boat serviced or visit our Parts Department for any supplies.
Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Visit our Parts Department
for all your boating needs!
Parts Department & Stockroom Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 12:00pm
The parts room is staffed and ready to assist you in all your boating needs. For all the Do-it-yourself boaters or the folks that are planning upgrades. We have added MANY new items to our ever growing inventory of common (and not so common) engine parts, stockroom items, and boatyard supplies to get your boat shipshape and ensure the upcoming season is an enjoyable one!
Engine manufacturers parts we now stock: Mercruiser, Crusader, Yanmar, Cummins, Westerbeke, Universal, Volvo, Yamaha, as well as most other common boat systems manufacturers replacement parts and products including Ancor, Buck-Algonquin, Bennet, Blue Seas, Camp, Jabsco, Johnson, Meguires, Quicksilver, Sherwood, Sierra, 3M, etc..
We also stock a wide variety of stainless steel fasteners and assorted hardware.
Work Requests & Special Projects
If you have any questions regarding work requests or special projects. Please stop buy or call us at 508-994-2944 and one of our courteous and knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to assist you!
Inc. Boatyard & Transport has emerged as an industry
leader in Customer Service and Quality Workmanship. Since
1986, Bayline has been servicing the recreational and commercial
boating industry in the South Coast area. Our success is
attributed to our commitment to quality: "The job well
done second to none every time." Our courteous staff
is well trained and welcomes the opportunity to serve you
and your boating needs.
Our 6 acres facility is
extremely clean, paved, and well-lit, with 24 hour security.
Power, water, and 7 day access to your boat is standard.
Ask your fellow boater about the Bayline difference.