Siebert Yacht Management Services Jupiter FL

SERVICES

Siebert Yacht Management is a professional yacht service company that takes pride in providing a personalized service for our clients.  Siebert Yacht Management provides 95% of its services in house. With a highly trained staff they can service anything from the bottom, to the top of the antennas, and anything in between. Siebert Yacht Management believes that the secret to a highly skilled technician is through training and hands on experience. Our technicians have acquired many years in training and earned certifications from an assortment of engine manufacturers, electronic manufacturers, NMEA and ABYC. All of our technicians, including John Siebert, must retain their NMEA and ABYC Certifications in order to service our fleet of yachts.

Siebert: pronounced (sea-bert)

Siebert Yacht Management prides itself for becoming a recognized certified Sabre Yacht service center. Siebert Yacht Management has been working with Sabre Yachts since 2001. We provide customer support and warranty services for your Sabre Yacht. Siebert Yacht Management specializes in commissioning, maintaining, and outfitting new and used Sabre Yachts worldwide.  Our experience and history on Sabre Yachts far exceeds most service companies in the country. Our services include :

Yacht Maintenance
Electronic Sales/Installation
Custom Helm Designs
Diesel Engine Maintenance/Repair
Consulting
New Yacht Commissioning
Captain Services
Yacht Detailing
Canvas/Upholstery
Fiberglass Repair/Cosmetic/Structural
AC/Refrigeration Sales/Service
Zeus/IPS Pod Maintenance/Service
Yacht Tender Service
Mobile Service
Underwater Maintenance/Cleaning
Varnish/Painting
Boat Yard Services
Antifouling Application
Running Gear Maintenance/Service
New Yacht Builds
Yacht Refitting
Project Management
Fine Carpentry/Cabinetry

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Yacht Engine Repair

Siebert Yacht Management provides in house services for all marine diesel engines and drive systems. Our list of engine services includes:

Annual and bi-annual after cooler and heat exchanger service
Engine tune-ups
Fuel system service
Oil service
PM service
Engine maintenance
Transmission service and repair
IPS service and repair
Zeus pod service and repair
Generator repair and service
Engine replacement and repower

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Running Gear

Siebert Yacht Management provides in house services for all underwater drive components.

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Propeller repair/ replacement
            Propeller shaft repair/ replacement
            Alignments
            Strut repair and replacement
            Rudder repair and replacement
            Cutlass bearing replacement
            Bow/ stern thruster repair/ maintenance
            IPS pod service and repair
            Zeus pod service and repair

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Boat Yard Services

Siebert Yacht Management provides annual boat yard services. For bottom paint services we only use high quality products on your yacht. Our service starts by power washing the bottom for growth buildup then sanding the existing paint to allow the new coating to adhere. We apply two coats of anti-fouling to an existing bottom, three coats of special anti-fouling to all underwater metal, like scoops, shafts, rudders, drives, and lifts. We replace all sacrificial anodes before the boat launches.

On new boat bottoms we will dewax the hull, sand the entire bottom, and apply five coats of epoxy barrier coat, then apply two coats of anti-fouling.

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Yacht Varnish Services

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Siebert Yacht Management provides all varnishing services for the interior and exterior of your yacht. We recommend recoating your exterior varnish every 6-8 months. We use a high quality varnish on your yacht. Our varnish system on a new boat or freshly stripped wood is to apply 12 coats of varnish, one at a time, then 2 coats of awl brite to seal and protect the varnish from the sun.

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ABOUT US

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Fully licensed and insured | General Liability and Workman’s Comp | Drug- free work zone

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John Siebert Work Experience

John Siebert’s passion and experience for engines started when he was twelve years old repairing lawn mower engines. After working with small engines for a few years he became intrigued by his father’s boat that had been sitting for years in the driveway. John saw a challenge with a larger engine and decided to tackle it. John’s father was very upset to come home from work and find that John had taken the boats small block Chevy V-8 engine apart, but was very relieved when John got it running again. John rebuilt a larger more powerful engine to replace the existing one. The day when John turned the key and the engine fired up he was hooked. After sea trialing the boat he started using it recreationally with friends, and from there he knew the marine industry was his future.

John studied small engines during his freshman year of high school. He also studied automotive throughout high school where he maintained straight A’s. When he was 15 he started working at Irwin Yacht Works in Redbank, New Jersey. He started working as a yacht maintenance/ mechanics helper. A year later he moved up to rig new Bayliner boats, prep for delivery, and deliver them to clients. Irwin Yacht Works trained him in Force outboards, Mercury outboards, Mercruiser, and US marine. During this time John was still in high school and was taking vocational marine training. John began working as a full time marine technician for Irwin Yacht Works when he graduated from school.

A few years later, John wanted more of a challenge. He sought out larger yachts and marinas in south New Jersey. John was hired at Clark’s Landing Marina in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. There he started work as an apprentice/ marine technician. A short time after employment, John became a technician. Clark Marina sent him to Mercruiser, Mercury marine, and Johnson outboard school where he became a certified technician. During this time John also attended night school where he was training as an ASE and diesel mechanic.

A couple years later John was offered a technician position at Suburban Boat Works. The service manager saw the potential John had and allowed him to grow with experience and unlimited training. After a year of employment John became a certified master technician. He also became the head technician for Suburban.

Years later John wanted to work closer to home and was offered a job at Oceanic Marina in Runson New Jersey. He became the service manager and technician that ran the service department. John continued to further his knowledge by keeping up with the training needed to remain a certified technician. A few years later John again, wanted more for himself.

In 2001 John opened Bay Breeze Marine service and began his journey to self- employment. Bay Breeze was a mobile service that mainly serviced Mercury outboards, Mercruiser, and diesel engines. John’s business grew quickly. John ran Bay Breeze for a few years before he was offered a part time position at Oceanport Marina in Oceanport New Jersey. He was offered a steady work position as well as benefits. John accepted the position only if he was able to continue to build his own company. John was able to continue his training and grow his company while working for Oceanport. The owner of Oceanport wanted John to work full time and be a service manager/ technician. After a year with Oceanport, and a good offer, John accepted the position. John still ran Bay Breeze after hours. After a couple of years, John wanted to move on and get back into new boats, but this time he wanted to work on real yachts.

The owner of Sandy Hook Yacht Sales and John knew each other for years and he always wanted John to work for him. John always turned him down because they rigged new yachts and installed electronics. At that time John’s passion was with engines. The owner of Sandy Hook pursued John and gave him an offer he could not refuse. John accepted the technicianposition, knowing he could continue his education as a marine technician and extend his knowledge to marine electronics.This is where John was introduced to Sabre Yachts. The owner of Sandy Hook encouraged John to start installing the electronics on new yachts. John was apprehensive at first, but became extremely interested in it. During his employment at Sandy Hook, John still ran Bay Breeze after hours. John gained training and was certified a Yamaha technician. Later he was certified as a Yamaha service manager. At this time he met his wonderful future wife Angela who lived in Florida. John knew that things were going to change. Sandy Hook Yacht Sales happened to have a sister company Jupiter Yacht Sales, located in Jupiter Florida. Jupiter Yacht Sales did not have a service department and only subcontracted their new yacht commissioning out. John asked the owner of Sandy Hook if they could open a service department, being that he eventually knew he would be moving to Florida. The owner of Sandy Hook thought it was a great idea and plans begun. John started working for Jupiter Yacht Sales during the winter on and off while spending time with his new love Angela. Later that year John bought a house in Florida and moved down a year later. John closed Bay Breeze when he moved to Florida in 2005.

John worked full time for Jupiter Yacht Sales as a service manager and service technician. John was outfitting Sabre yachts and Backcove Yachts with electronics and custom installations. A year later John faced a major challenge when he was told the company was closing. John was very concerned being a new home owner and being in a new location without knowing a lot of people in the area.

John’s fiancée, Angela gave him the encouragement and strength to start his own company. John was very apprehensive about this knowing the challenges he would face as a business owner again. Angela stood by him and together they opened Siebert Yacht Management in the summer of 2007.

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THE RECOGNITIONS


Recognitions

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Testimonials

“I went down to the boat yesterday and took a long look at what has been done to Tartan III. It showed me again why I have you work on our boat! The changes to the hardtop really made a difference in appearance. The electronics installation is great and completely changed the look of the boat and of course, the usability of the equipment. What a great look in the cockpit now. The teak refinishing and removal of the SeaDek on the platform was such an improvement. Finished product is beautiful. We both really like what you and the crew have accomplished for us. Your ideas and experience sometimes amaze me. Raelee is anxious to see the results of the rest. Thanks for the good work and please pass this on to anyone involved.”

“I just want to comment on the excellent job that Carl and Brandon did on the refrigerator installation. Just transporting them from the garage to the pier and then getting them on the boat was a big part of the effort. All done without scratch as far as I can see. They went the extra mile to ensure they function properly, are properly level and the lineup looks great. the whole exercise was completed in a timely manner, and when they left, there was no evidence they were even there . Please give them our “thanks”.”

-Chuck McLeran

“It is truly a pleasure having you manage my Sabre. Please pass my thanks on to Brandon as well. Look forward to seeing you on the 4th”

-Dennis Makielski

SIEBERT YACHT MANAGEMENT WINS SURESHADE 2014 DEALER OF YEAR AWARD

Dana Russikoff, SureShade’s business leader, presents Siebert Yacht Management with Dealer of Year Award
in front of Beneteau Gran Turismo 49 at Miami Yacht & Brokerage.
Siebert Yacht Management of Jupiter, FL honored for SureShade sales and customer service excellence in 2014

Each year we look to recognize an outstanding dealer that simply outperformed for SureShade.

Boat dealer performance is evaluated throughout the year on the criteria of sales performance, installation expertise, customer service, co-marketing efforts and private boat owner feedback.

We are pleased to announced that Siebert Yacht Management, LLC of Jupiter, FL is SureShade’s 2014 Dealer of the Year for their excellent performance throughout the year.

Siebert Yacht Management, a professional yacht service company and certified Sabre Yachts service center, has demonstrated outstanding sales performance and installation expertise by successfully outfitting over a dozen boats with automated sunshade systems for their clients in 2014.

SureShade logo on Siebert Yacht Management service van

Siebert Yacht Management excelled in helping to meet the growing demand for aftermarket installations of SureShade systems, quickly responding to field service calls and completing installations on boat brands like Sabre, Back Cove and Beneteau.

Siebert Yacht Management has also excelled in co-marketing efforts throughout 2014, from including the SureShade logo on service vehicles to creating demo videos of installations.

“In the last few years SureShade has grown to become a significant part of our yacht services business as more and more boaters want to incorporate their sunshade systems aftermarket,” said John Siebert, president of Siebert Yacht Management. “It’s been a pleasure to support SureShade’s market growth by ensuring truly aesthetic integration on boats throughout Florida.”

Siebert Yacht Management has been an invaluable partner working with SureShade since almost the start… completing installations on boats for the last 4 years.

“We know we can always count on Jay and his team to deliver quality work as they help us meet the growing demand for our shade installations in the busy Florida boating market,” said Dana Russikoff, SureShade business leader and co-founder. “We look forward to continuing to grow our business relationship with Jay in Florida and beyond.”

Here’s some of the great work Siebert Yacht Management did for SureShade recently:

52 Sabre Yachts

This boat features a top mounted installation of SureShade’s automated sunshade system on a 52 Sabre completed aftermarket.
DEMO VIDEO: (by Siebert Yacht Management)

Beneteau Gran Turismo 49

This 2014 Beneteau Turismo 49 features an integrated installation of SureShade’s automated shade system, allowing the shade to disappear into the hardtop when retracted.

DEMO VIDEO: (by Siebert Yacht Management)

48 Sabre Yachts

This aftermarket installation of SureShade’s automated shade system features a top-mount install that adds convenient shade for the large cockpit of the 48 Sabre.

Back Cove 41 Enclosed

This 2015 Back Cove 41 Enclosed features an integrated installation of a SureShade automated sunshade system that disappears into the hardtop when retracted. The install was done to replicate the same factory option now offered on this model.

DEMO VIDEO (by Siebert Yacht Management):

Congratulations to Jay Siebert and his team for a job well done in 2014… and a well-deserved award as SureShade’s 2014 Dealer of the Year!
 
About the SureShade Dealer Program
The SureShade Dealer Award Program is open to all U.S., Canadian and International boat dealers involved in the sale or installation of SureShade retractable sunshade systems.
Dealers are also encouraged to take advantage of available boat dealer service and support resources that guide them through the product introduction, design, pricing, sales and installation process. Additional resources are also available for customized marketing support by boat brand and style.
To learn more about the annual dealer award program, including past dealer award winners, visit http://sureshade.com/sureshade-dealer-award-program.
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(561) 747 6499

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2875 Jupiter Park Drive Suite 1700, Jupiter, FL 33458