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ValvTect Ethanol Gasoline Treatment

Keep your fuel fresh with ValvTecht Ethanol Gasoline Treatment. This fuel treatment helps prevent phase separation in Ethanol and disperses moisture. ValvTecht Ethanol Gasoline Treatment should be used at every fill up to stabilize the fuel and enhance fuel economy while improving engine performance. Stop in and pick up a bottle today of ValvTecht Ethanol Gasoline Treatment today.

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Silver Spring Marine
362 Pond Street
Wakefield, RI 02879
Phone: 401-783-0783

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    Silver Spring Marine 401-783-0783

    Silver Spring Marine is a family friendly, quiet and relaxed facility located in southern Rhode Island. We are a factory authorized service center for Mercury Outboards, Mercruiser Stern Drives and Inboards, and Yamaha Outboards. We are the only Mercury Verado Qualified dealer on Point Judith Pond. As the home of Russo Marine of Rhode Island we are Rhode Island's ONLY Boston Whaler, Bayliner and Pioneer dealer. The marina is close to Narragansett Bay, Block Island, and Long Island Sound, making Silver Spring Marine a great place to visit. Great swimming, clamming and fishing are only moments away. Silver Spring Cove is a natural weather refuge for your boat. It is our attention to detail and level of caring that has kept customers returning year after year.

    Winter storage & winterizing

    Even though we have been teased with some warm beautiful days recently, the 2015 boating season has come to an end. We are busy hauling the boats out, winterizing and storing them for the winter months ahead. Don't be left out in the cold and call us today to schedule your boat for winterizing and/ or storage. Along with winterizing and storage services, we also offer shrink wrapping, engine oil change, power washing the bottom, etc. With the boat winterized and put away for the winter, it'll be one less thing to worry about during the holiday season.

    Summertime Boating

    The summer is here and the weather is cooperating. People are enjoying their boats. Everything seems to be wonderful. However now is not the time to get too complacent. In between trips to Block Island or before a lazy Sunday cruise around the bay is a great time to check over the boat. With the temperatures getting hotter, so to can the temperatures of the water in your boats batteries. Be sure to check them to make sure the water hasn't "boiled" out of them. If they are low, be sure to fill them. Check the batteries manufacturer's specs on the correct procedure for filling and the proper fluid to use. Also take the time to give your vessel a halfway through the season cleaning. Not just the interior of the boat or inside the cabin, but also the hull as well. A quick washing and waxing will get the salt off from the ocean spray and help keep it protected throughout the rest of the summer and into the fall season. One last thing is to also periodically check the bottom of your boat. With the warmer temperatures also comes algae growth and barnacles. Algae growth and barnacles can clog water intake strainers, stick to the hull and props causing performance related issues and attach to transducers, hindering depth/ sonar readings. With the boat anchored and the engines shut off, take dip and check the condition of the bottom of the boat. If you don't want to take a dive, we do offer hauling the boat out of the water to check the hull of the boat for you. Performing these tasks will help keep you boating and enjoying the summer season.

    Update Your Electronic Charts!

    Whether you own Raymarine, Garmin, Lowrance, etc., electronics, it is a great idea to update the navigational charts periodically for these electronics. Companies like Navionics release thousands of updates throughout the year to keep boaters aware of coastline and buoy changes, newly marked submerged structures and much more. Stay informed on these changes and updates by updating your electronic navigational charts today.

    Important Safety Information On Carbon Monoxide Detectors

    We have received some information regarding Marine Carbon Monoxide Detectors.