Our Services

Although our boating season is short, Jerry’s Majestic Marine remains committed to taking care of our customers all year long.  The heartbeat of our company is the service department.  Our exceptional and knowledgeable staff is here to guide our customers through the process of servicing their boats and answer any questions or concerns along the way. We are firm believers in the “maintenance matters” philosophy, which focuses on avoiding common engine failures that can derail a boating season. Haul and retrieval, mechanical maintenance, cosmetic services, and storage are all administered through our Lake Geneva location.

 

Jerry’s Majestic Marine Showroom

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday (7 days) 9:00am - 5:00pm



Jerry’s Majestic Marine Service Center

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday Closed



Jerry’s Majestic Rentals

Hours of Operation:
Open seven days a week 9:00am- 6:00pm



Service Department

Service Department

Our state of the art, fully equipped service facility allows us to function as a one-stop shop for all of our customers’ boating needs.  Jerry’s Majestic Marine’s service center allows us to service boats of all sizes during the off season.  Our brilliantly lit and climate controlled service center gives us space to perform mechanical work, buffing & waxing, teak restoration, bottom painting, and spring activations on schedule regardless of the weather.  Your boat always leaves our service center 100% ready for launch on the date of your request. We use manufacturer suggested maintenance schedules and certified parts to ensure a trouble-free boating experience. Our factory-trained technicians are available 24 hours “on call” exclusively to our winter storage customers.  Jerry’s Majestic Marine has technician service vans that can be immediately dispatched for service calls.  Our technicians are equipped with private line cell phones to communicate with the office, parts department, and service manager on location.  This makes service faster and more efficient so it can be completed when you want it done…RIGHT NOW! Jerry’s Majestic Marine has also cultivated partnerships with local high schools, Gateway Technical College, and Yamaha Marine to reenergize our industry with the next generation of technicians. This commitment to our community is essential to the future of our “life on the water” experience.

Parts & Accessories

Parts & Accessories

With service being the heartbeat of our dealership, we pride ourselves on our strong parts and accessories department. Our fully stocked parts department has parts for Regal, Grady-White, Premier Pontoons, Brig Inflatables, Mercury, MerCruiser, Honda, Volvo Penta, Yamaha and Evinrude Outboards. We also have a complete Ship Store with water toys, safety equipment, and other boating accessories. Our complete parts department is located at N1599 Maple Ridge Rd. Lake Geneva, WI 53147. The Ship Store is at 453 Madison St. Walworth, WI 53184.

Annual Valet

Annual Valet

Our annual in/out storage package will allow you to use your boat early in the morning or late at night for a moonlight cruise. Planning on using your boat a few days in a row? No Problem. Use one of our convenient hydraulic boat lifts overnight for that early morning wakeboard run or to arrive at your favorite fishing hole before sun up. Getting back from dinner late? No problem. Put your boat on a lift overnight, and the Jerry’s crew will pull your boat out the next morning. Your boat will be stored indoors on your trailer at Jerry’s Majestic Marine. You will be allowed one launch per day for the period of May 15th to October 15th except on July 4th, which will be handled on a seniority rotation. We require a three-hour notice on weekdays by 2 P.M. and a twelve-hour notice on weekends. Your boat will be placed on a shore station at Jerry’s pier in Fontana.  When you are finished using your boat, simply return it to the shore station, and Jerry’s crew will remove it from the water. Winterization fees will be billed separately in the fall, and spring estimates for engine maintenance, cosmetic work, etc. will be sent in the spring. Please call 262-275-5222 for more information.

2019 Rates:

Boat Length Rate Boat Length Rate
19′ $5,400.00 24′ $5,900.00
20′ $5,400.00 25′ $6,140.00
21′ $5,400.00 26 $6,815.00
22′ $5,400.00 27′ $7,100.00
23′ $5,650.00 28′ $7,350.00

*maximum width 9’0″

Winter Indoor Storage

Winter Indoor Storage

Jerry’s Our Boatel storage buildings are state of the art, accommodating boats up to 46’ in length.  With the assistance of our Wiggins Marina Bull forklift, we are able to lift boats up to 29’ on the second level and up to 25’ on the third level. To read more about our boat stoarge options click here now.

Fiberglass & Gelcoat

Fiberglass & Gelcoat

Jerry’s Majestic Marine offers full fiberglass repair and restoration.  No matter how well you maintain your boat, scratches, chips, and dock rash happen.  Our in-house trained fiberglass technician can repair any fiberglass damage to the original (new) appearance. Most people feel that once they purchase a fiberglass boat, there is no maintenance. ABSOLUTELY NOT SO! When first introduced to the boating industry, fiberglass/gelcoat was touted as a low-maintenance material. Over the years, we have seen the effects that no maintenance combined with sunshine can have on the once beautiful factory finish of gelcoat. A haze will form first on it, and then the surface will become dull and chalky. With extended neglect, the finish will become unsalvageable. Over a period of time, both a fiberglass boat and a painted boat (wood, aluminum, or steel) require about the same care as far as cost. Fiberglass, unlike wood, does not rot. However, if fiberglass is not properly cared for, you cannot strip it down like wood and restore it. Gelcoat must be protected from the sun’s ultraviolet rays, which can cause its surface color to break down. After a number of summers, even buffing will not bring the gelcoat back to new. We have a comprehensive package to help maintain a high gloss for your boat. The ULTIMATE FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE: After your boat is washed, we inspect the hull and remove any calcium and lime deposits. Then our cosmetic staff uses polishers with a marine fiberglass reconditioner and/or heavy duty buffing compound.  Following the buffing process, a marine-grade wax is applied by hand.  Our team will then detail all deck and hull fittings, polishing all chrome and stainless steel. The cabin and cockpit carpet is cleaned, Scotchgard is applied, and canvas snaps are repaired. The BASIC DETAIL PACKAGE: After the boat hull and deck are washed, we remove any calcium and/or lime deposits. We then wash the canvas and bimini top. Next, the interiors of the deck and cabin are deep cleaned including non-skid, carpet, upholstery, draperies, head liner, vinyl seating and windows. Compartments are not included in this package. Also included in the FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE is an application that polishes and protects the bright work. Over the summer, you will find that your boat can be wiped clean; even those black streaks from acid rain wipe right off. New boats can benefit from our COMPLETE FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE as well by keeping a good protective layer on the gelcoat to preserve its original factory gloss. NOTE : You can use a small amount of very mild soap while washing your boat after it has been sealed. DO NOT USE ALKALINE SOAP to wash a boat after it has been waxed. After a few washings with alkaline soap, your very costly wax job will be removed. A Complete Fiberglass Care protection is a yearly must to help prevent oxidation.

New Boat Unload, Prep & Warranty

New Boat Unload, Prep & Warranty

Jerry’s Majestic Marine has the only indoor dedicated transport unload bay in the Geneva Lakes area.  The staff at Jerry’s Majestic Marine can unload a transport trailer regardless of weather conditions in our climate controlled unload bay.  Tractor-trailer transport vehicles arrive with new boats from various manufacturers.  In some cases, boats are pre-sold, and customers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their new boat. Our indoor overhead crane can lift up to a 42′ cruiser.  The climate controlled unload bay is state of the art according to a Regal driver upon entering the facility for the first time. Boats are carefully lifted off the transport trailer with marine-grade lifting equipment. This equipment is always inspected before each use and routinely maintained.  A crew of three or four lifts the boat from the transport trailer, and it is then lowered onto a standard boat trailer.  Each boat is immediately inspected for any shipping damages.  Damages are noted and repaired before the boat is delivered to the customer.  We meticulously care for your boat before you even see it for the first time.

Spring Service

Spring Service

As an important part of caring for your boat, Jerry’s Majestic Marine has prepared a suggestion list for you to follow concerning Winter/Spring Care and Maintenance tailored to your boat. The prop, outdrive, and/or transmission repairs are items we feel are quite important. Other items are within good care and maintenance guidelines for your boat. PROP REPAIR: Every winter, an expert from a professional propeller company inspects all the props with one of our mechanics. Each prop is checked for damage to the blades and cracks in the hub area. There is no sure way to check for out of round or out of balance unless the prop is actually removed and put on pitch blocks. If we quote you a price on prop repairs, it means that repairs should be done. If visual damage has been noticed, more damage could occur: vibrations and misalignment can cause possible damage to the outdrive/transmission and engine. If you have felt a vibration, and we have not suggested prop repair, please list it under comments or call us. It could be a problem with misalignment, and this should be corrected. NOTE: The waters of Lake Geneva fluctuate as much as 24 inches in the course of the summer. At certain times of the summer, the sand beaches, Trinke Estates, and bridge at the Abbey Harbor can be very shallow. When in these areas, boats with outdrives should go slowly and raise the outdrive slightly. OUTDRIVES: When we perform an inspection on your outdrive, we inspect the oil for water and metal particles as well as check the bellows, gimble bearing, U-joints and alignment. If we quote you a price, we are sure repairs are needed. If the quote was for seals, there may be a possibility of more work after we perform the inspection. Also, if you noticed that your temperature gauge was reading warmer than normal, it could be caused by a weak water pump impeller. Mercruiser, Volvo, and OMC recommend the replacement of the seawater pump impeller and thermostat every two years or 200 hours. Most major engine failures are caused by the engine overheating. That is why it is important to have this preventative service done every two years. ENGINES: Over a period of years, our records show that engines and transmissions that receive preventive maintenance have less down time during the boating season. Our tune-ups include:

ALL PARTS AS REQUIRED LABOR
Spark Plugs Installation Of All Parts
Condenser Clean Spark Arrestor
Points Check All Fluids & Belt Tension
Distributor Cap On EFI motors we install an engine
Rotor Analyzer to check for service codes
Fuel Filters Check The Following : Cooling System
In-Line Water Separator Filter Charging System, Transmission, Minor
PCV Valve – If Equipped Carburetor. Adjustment, Timing, Lake Test

ACID / PRESSURE WASH: We recommend that any boat with an unpainted bottom kept in the water ( not on a hoist ) be acid washed once a year. This is done at haul out so we can inspect the hull and check for damage. If your boat is bottom painted, a pressure wash will remove most of the algae, but due to the reaction between the bottom paint and the acid, we are not able to get the outdrives ( if so equipped ) completely clean without ruining the surrounding paint. Before applying a fresh coat of anti-fouling bottom paint to a previously painted bottom, we must perform a pressure wash to remove all algae and loose paint. On boats with outdrives, we will acid wash the drive(s) to clean off algae growth. TEAK REFINISHING: There is no easy or inexpensive way to keep teak looking good. This is why most boat builders have reduced the usage of teak or are not using it. Over the years, we have tried many products to help keep teak looking good. The first step is in the cleaning. You want to remove the dirt and old finish without removing the wood. Any cleaning product will raise the grain of the wood, so after cleaning, a light sanding smooths down the wood. The last step is applying the finish. This is where we have looked for a product that can deliver the desired golden finish with the durability to last the entire boating season with no maintenance. We use a product from the Netherlands called “Sikkens” as it provides a protective translucent finish. We apply three coats of Sikkens with only minor sanding between coats. Without the extensive work to clean the teak, refinishing a Sikkens teak job yearly can cost sometimes just half of the original cost. FIBERGLASS AND GELCOAT CARE: Most people feel that once they purchase a fiberglass boat, there is no maintenance. ABSOLUTELY NOT SO! When first introduced to the boating industry, fiberglass/gelcoat was touted as a low-maintenance material. Over the years, we have seen the effects that no maintenance combined with sunshine can have on the once beautiful factory finish of gelcoat. A haze will form first on it, and then the surface will become dull and chalky. With extended neglect, the finish will become unsalvageable. Over a period of time, both a fiberglass boat and a painted boat (wood, aluminum, or steel) require about the same care as far as cost. Fiberglass, unlike wood, does not rot. However, if fiberglass is not properly cared for, you cannot strip it down like wood and restore it. Gelcoat must be protected from the sun’s ultraviolet rays, which can cause its surface color to break down. After a number of summers, even buffing will not bring the gelcoat back to new. We have a comprehensive package to help maintain a high gloss for your boat. The ULTIMATE FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE: After your boat is washed, we inspect the hull and remove any calcium and lime deposits. Then our cosmetic staff uses polishers with a marine fiberglass reconditioner and/or heavy duty buffing compound.  Following the buffing process, a marine-grade wax is applied by hand.  Our team will then detail all deck and hull fittings, polishing all chrome and stainless steel. The cabin and cockpit carpet is cleaned, Scotchgard is applied, and canvas snaps are repaired. Also included in the FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE is an application that polishes and protects the bright work. Over the summer, you will find that your boat can be wiped clean; even those black streaks from acid rain wipe right off. New boats can benefit from our COMPLETE FIBERGLASS CARE PACKAGE as well by keeping a good protective layer on the gelcoat to preserve its original factory gloss. NOTE : You can use a small amount of very mild soap while washing your boat after it has been sealed. DO NOT USE ALKALINE SOAP to wash a boat after it has been waxed. After a few washings with alkaline soap, your very costly wax job will be removed. A Complete Fiberglass Care protection is a yearly must to help prevent oxidation. The BASIC DETAIL PACKAGE: After the boat hull and deck are washed, we remove any calcium and/or lime deposits. We then wash the canvas and bimini top. Next, the interiors of the deck and cabin are deep cleaned including non-skid, carpet, upholstery, draperies, head liner, vinyl seating and windows. Compartments are not included in this package. SUNBRELLA CANVAS CARE: When your canvas is new, it beads rain water off the canvas. Over time, the coating on the sunbrella wears off and the canvas becomes less water repellent, which can lead to mold under the cover on the vinyl and carpet. Our canvas care package washes the covers and bimini top. After the covers are completely clean and dry, the factory water repellent material is applied to the canvas. Note: During the summer, do not wash the canvas with soap or it will destroy the water repellent. This service should be completed to the sunbrella canvas on an annual basis. BOTTOM PAINTING: This is usually recommended only for boats over 27 feet because of the continued expenses of repainting. Over the past years, anti-fouling bottom paint has changed greatly. What used to be simple algaecides meant to protect boat bottoms for one year between sanding and reapplication are now complex, high performance coatings that release new anti-fouling biocides as the paint abates (wears off). With the application of these multi-season paints, we have seen boats go three or four seasons between painting with only pressure washes in the fall. While these paints are initially more expensive (twice as expensive as conventional bottom paints), they will save you money overall due to their multi-season coverages. BASIC SPRING CLEANING: The exterior of the boat is washed, and the interior is given a basic surface wipe down, which includes the windows. The carpet is also vacuumed. TRAILER SERVICE: We will inspect wheel bearings, lights, tires, and brakes. If any work is needed, we will advise you of the cost. This is mandatory for all Valet In/Out customers on an annual basis. SPRING COMMISSIONING: Reconnect all hoses and electrical systems. Reconnect battery, clean terminals, check acid levels, charge and load test. Run engine on hose and check fluid levels including engine oil, stern drive oil, power steering fluid, and trim/tilt fluid. Mandatory for all storage and non-storage boats. ** LAUNCH WEEK ** It is VERY IMPORTANT for you to give us a launch week when returning your Spring Care Maintenance Form. We use your launch week as a guideline to schedule the work you authorize. Even if you are not having work done, WE NEED A LAUNCH WEEK. We require a three-week notice prior to launching in the spring . ADDITIONAL WORK THAT YOU WOULD LIKE QUOTED: If you would like additional work that we have not quoted you on, please write them in this area. We will call you with a quote as soon as we receive your comments. You expect the BEST from JERRY’S MAJESTIC MARINE, and we continually strive TO BE THE BEST MARINE SERVICE COMPANY THAT YOU HAVE EVER USED Thank You For Having Jerry’s Majestic Marine Care For Your Boat !

Weekly Washes

Weekly Washes

Jerry’s Majestic Marine is the only boat dealer on Geneva Lake to offer dockside boat washing.  This service is exclusive to our winter storage customers.  We offer weekly, biweekly, and monthly dockside washes in the Abbey Marina or at your own pier on Geneva Lake.  Jerry’s Majestic Marine has a dedicated van that can be dispatched at a moment’s notice.  This allows us to clean your boat more efficiently and complete it when you want it done…RIGHT NOW!  We have several wash options available from basic interior wipe downs to full boat detailing, which includes exterior, interior, cabin, and compartment cleaning.  If you are interested in more information or enrolling in our weekly wash program, please contact Amanda at 262-248-6128 ext. 115.

Summer Indoor Self In/Out Storage

Summer Indoor Self In/Out Storage

Jerry’s Majestic Marine is here to make your boating experience as seamless as possible. We offer summer indoor storage in our ‘Self In/Out’ program. Simply let us know when you would like your boat, and we will have your boat and trailer in our pick up lot. Simply hook up and hit the waves!

The program runs from June 1st- September 30th. Rate is $200 plus tax per month and is to be paid for in full for the four months.