Conveniently serving the greater CT area.
Our Motto… “Anchored in Excellence”
Welcome to S & S Marine, LLC, Connecticut shoreline’s marine service provider of choice. To know Scott Sundholm, the founder and president, is to know the exceptional customer service and meticulous attention to detail valued by boaters since 1998 (for an example of Scott’s attention to detail and his commitment to keep his customers updated, click here). S & S Marine, which Scott began as a small detailing business during high school,
has expanded over the years to include portal service for mechanical work, detailing, spring commissioning and fall decommissioning, bottom work, shrink wrapping, fiberglass repair, gel coat and paint work, boat restoration, A/C, electronics and sanitation. S & S Marine is also the subcontractor of choice for many reputable marinas in Connecticut and has been contracted by the United States Coast Guard.
Book now for end of season work, shrink wrapping and winter storage and get 10% off of our already low pricing. Expires 10/15/2014 so don’t delay, book today.
The new service dock and ramp is now open for full service at the Riverside Marina location. Help us celebrate the project’s completion by getting a 10% discount on all labor booked this month!
Awlgrip painting of any hull $225 per ft plus free winter storage.
Lowest price on Kaberra Gel (e.g. 24 oz. refill at $79.99)
PLEASE NOTE: S & S Marine LLC reserves the right to make changes without notice to prices, specifications, and offerings.
Service and launch ramp at 18 Riverside is complete and is fully operational. Check out the latest video (aerial view) of the completed launch ramp.
2014 Winter Contract is now available for download!
The back lot has been extended. We’ve dug out the bank to extend the yard to give us some additional room for a larger, well protected and clean winter storage area. Check out the videos by clicking on the images below:
S&S is featured in the May 28th Trade Only article Read it here!
For a diagram of the S&S philosophy that helped motivate us to build the ramp, click here.