YP Marine stock and will order in a huge range of Accessories & Spare Parts. If there is something you want and you can’t find it on our website or in our store, just ask us!
We Sell and Install Anchor winches from Stress Free Marine and South Pacific, Radio GPS and Sonar gear from Navman and GME Electraphone (Garmin) and a large range of Lubricants for all motors from Quicksilver.
Since the early 1970s GME has been at the vanguard of marine electronics in the Australian region. The blending of hands-on experience with creative software engineering has produced a host of innovative GME Marine products.
All GME marine products undergo stringent testing to ensure they will provide years of trouble free service in the harsh marine environment. We are also sensitive to product aesthetics; our goal is to achieve a harmonious balance between good looks and practicality. GME marine products sold through YP Marine include:
· Marine receivers
· Marine stereo systems
· Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs)
· Marine speakers
· Power systems
· Accessories – e.g. mounting brackets, gimbal knobs, and cables.
For more details on GME Electrophone products including PDF brochures (downloadable brochures) you can purchase through us browse the GME Electrophone Marine website.
Pains Wessex is an industry leader in the supply of marine distress and safety equipment.
The distress and safety equipment manufactured by Pains Wessex includes:
- Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs)
- Aurora red hand lfares
- Aurora orange hand smokes
- Inshore flare kit – 2 red, 2 orange
- Life smokes – buoyant orange smoke
- White (collision) hand flares
- Parachute red rockets
Marine Safety Equipment:
- Speedline 250 self-contained line throwing apparatus
- Manoverboard 360
- Life jackets
- Lifebuoy lights
- Seamark dye packs
- Chemical light sticks
- Wind & waterproof matches
- Waterproof flare containers
- Safety grab bags
- V sheets
- Strobe lights
For more details on Pains Wessex products you can purchase through us browse the Pains Wessex website.