Boat detailing is meticulously cleaning and restoring a boat’s appearance inside and out to protect its value. This deep cleaning includes the boat’s hull, decks, interior surfaces, engine compartments, and any metal, vinyl or other characters on board. Detailing also involves polishing, waxing and sealing to guard against sun and water damage and help preserve its original shine and finish.

A typical boat detailing service may include cleaning the ship’s hull, decks and interior surfaces; polishing its gel coat; buffing and waxing its exterior surfaces; cleaning upholstery and carpets, treating leather surfaces; polishing metal surfaces; as well as polishing engine compartments.

How Long Does Boat Wax Last?

Boat owners usually need to wax or buff the gel coat once every 3 – 4 months due to breakdown and oxidation caused by exposure to water and sun. Detail King’s Premium Polymer Boat Sealant typically lasts 6 – 12 months.

Should You Wax the Boat’s Hull?

Protecting the gel coat on a boat’s hull and bottom is paramount for its exterior appearance. Regular maintenance will remove any oxidation or barnacle buildup caused by time in the water, while eliminating rust & water stains will not only help make your vehicle run more smoothly but also increase its resale value.

Beach to Bay Dive Services started in early 2019 as a commercial dive service. Our team continues to provide our customers with the peace of mind knowing that each boat detailing Tampa FL will be performed correctly from conception to completion at a fair cost. Our reputation has been and continues to be our best advertisement. Recently, Beach to Bay Dive Services has transitioned to Beach to Bay Divers and Pools. Our experienced pool technicians provide a level of service and repairs that assure our pool customers have that same peace of mind as our dive service.