Salary RangeBelow $25,000 to $75,000
Marine services technicians inspect, maintain, and repair marine vessels, from small boats to large yachts. They work on vessels' hulls, engines, transmissions, navigational equipment, and electrical, propulsion, and refrigeration systems. Depending on their specialty, they may also be known as motorboat mechanics, marine electronics technicians, or marine fiberglass technicians. Marine services technicians may work at boat dealerships, boat repair shops, boat engine manufacturers, or marinas. Naturally, jobs are concentrated near large bodies of water and coastal areas. There are approximately 19,650 motorboat mechanics and service technicians employed in the United States.
Minimum Education LevelHigh School Diploma
OutlookLittle Change or More Slowly than the Average
Marine Services Technician
General Boatyard Laborer or Trainee