Hull cleaning prices vary depending on bottom growth of initial cleaning, paint condition and other factors.


Hull Cleaning


$3.25 per foot

Power Boats

$4.00 per foot


$3.75 per foot


$4.00 per foot

Anode Replacement

Standard or common anode installations are $12 each plus the cost of the anode. Contact us for custom anode installation quote. $100 minimum without hull cleaning.


Fixed, folding and feathering propeller installation and removal.
Folding props, feathering props, Max Props!
Contact Us for a custom estimate

Propeller Re-Surfacing Service

Photo/Video Service

$50 with hull cleaning or $100 minimum with commercial inspections.

Outdrives I/O

$30 for each outdrive with no hard growth (oysters, mussels, etc…)

Why Should I be on a Hull Maintenance Schedule?

Along with hauling your boat and getting paint renewed, a boats paint needs to be maintained regularly to avoid heavy growth and make sure your underwater metal is protected with sacrificial anodes. If growth over accumulates on anti fouling paint than a diver will have to use a more abrasive technique to remove the growth, which in turn will harm the paint as well. A typical frequency for a hull cleaning is every 60 or 90 days depending on your type of paint or lack of paint it can be as little as every 14 days. Some race boats prefer a schedule of every 30 days or on a “race schedule” the day before each race to maximize the hull speed potential. Protecting and extending the longevity of your hull paint can extend the time between haul outs by a year or more.

More important than maintaining your paint, is monitoring and protecting your running gear and underwater metals. Replacing propeller(s) and/or propeller shaft(s) can be costly and this can happen by not properly maintaining and protecting them by regularly installing sacrificial anodes. These protect the metal under the water by being sacrificially corroded preventing corrosion of the more important metals. These are a very vital necessity and should be monitored and changed regularly.

Inboard / Outboard (“I/O” or “Outdrive”) drives are extremely susceptible and very sensitive to the salt water environment. If they are not cared for by installing anodes regularly, they can be a heavy cost to replace or repair. These types of drive systems Also incur and extra cost to get cleaned due to the contours and details of them.


If you have any questions, please feel free to email me to discuss.




Read These Articles to Learn More About Anodes

Choosing the Right Sacrifical Anode
Kevin Falvey, Boating Magazine, March 2013

Marine Corrosion 101
Ed Sherman, Boat US, July 2015

So You Think You Know the Difference Between Zinc and Aluminum Sacrifical Anodes?
Steve D’Antonio, Cruising World, January 2014

Anodes: Time for a Rethink on Zinc? (page 1)
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(page 3)
Nick Blenkey, Marine Log, April 2013