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Top Maintenance Tips for your Devon Boat

Updated: May 10

Maintaining your boat is essential to ensure smooth sailing and longevity of your vessel. Regular maintenance not only keeps your boat looking its best but also helps prevent costly repairs down the line. Here are some top maintenance tips for your Devon boat:

Regular Cleaning:

Saltwater, dirt, and other debris can build upon the exterior of your boat, leading to corrosion and damage. The Wolf Rock Boat Company are able to provide recommendations for products to keep your boat looking pristine.

Engine Checks:

Regularly inspecting and servicing your boat's engine is crucial for optimal performance. We offer services for maintaining your outboard to keep your boat running smoothly.

Engineer working on Suzuki Outboard

Electrical System:

Check the electrical system on your Devon boat regularly to ensure all connections are secure and functioning correctly. At The Wolf Rock Boat Company, our expert engineers and technicians are approved fitters for Garmin and Fusion. We are happy to discuss your needs for your boat and work out the best package for you.

Trailer Maintenance:

If your boat is trailered, make sure to inspect the trailer regularly for any signs of wear and tear. The Wolf Rock Boat Company offers trailer maintenance services to help you keep your trailer in excellent condition.

Hull Inspection:

Regularly inspecting the hull of your boat for any signs of damage or blistering is essential. Whether your boat is in need of some hull refinishing or bigger repairs, you should consider getting in touch with us to see how we can assist you.

By following these maintenance tips and using high-quality products from, you can ensure that your Devon boat remains in great condition for years to come. Remember, regular maintenance is key to enjoying many hours of safe and enjoyable boating on the water. Need help or advice on maintaining your boat?  The Wolf Rock Boat Company is here to help. Contact us today or explore our services below.


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