As one of the few NMEA Member installers in the area, we pride ourselves in our workmanship. From replacing a VHF to a full navigation and entertainment suite we have the skill, knowledge, and tools needed to make your vessel match your dreams.
We are Licensed and Insured to work in all local marinas plus come to your boat storage area, boat yard, or anywhere else that is most convenient for you. We work with local boatyards in the North Myrtle Beach and Little River, South Carolina area to pull your boat for transducer or lighting needs.
Our installers are NMEA Marine Electronics and NMEA 2000 Certified. Please click the NMEA logo to the left to learn more about the advantages of hiring a NMEA Certified Installer.
Cooper Yacht Services is well versed in the installation and setup of all the major manufacturers for the marine industry. Whether you are looking at Garmin, Simrad, Raymarine, Furuno, Icom, Standard Horizon, KVH, Fusion, Wet Sounds, JL Audio, or Kicker equipment we can advise you to the best fit for your needs and budget.
Through partnership with independent shops around the country we have the contacts to have your older equipment repaired. This would entail removal, shipping to the shop, repair, return shipping, and install. Please call for avaliability.
While most of today's navigation equipment is MFD's with options for fishfinders, radars, autopilots, and GPS there are still many other systems on your vessel that needs electrical expertise. Stereos, satellite TV and phone domes, interior surround sound systems, TV install inside our outside, and whatever else you may be wanting. Our extensive background lets us know what works in the marine environment for these entertainment systems and what does not work.
How many times have you gone to look under your helm or in your electronics box and found old wires not connected to anything. That is one of our largest pet peeves. You can be assured when Cooper Yacht Services removes or replaces equipment that all old wire is removed as well. Most of the time we even remove it without the plugs cut for you to keep if desired. We also follow ABYC and NMEA guidelines for wire gauge per run length for all power and ground connections. If a helm needs new power feeds we let you know before installing the equipment. Do it right, and do it once.