Career Programs > Marine Service Technologies


There is one boat for every six households in Southwest Florida, making us Number One per capita in the country for boat ownership. The Marine Service Technology program focuses on maintaining, troubleshooting, repairing, removing, and installing marine engines and systems in pleasure boats, yachts, and commercial craft. You will learn all aspects of electrical, fuel, ignition, cooling, lubrication and drive systems.

    Next Start Date: June 8, 2020

    Information Sheet PDF (3 pages)

    Curriculum FrameworkPDF (24 pages)

    Gainful EmploymentPDF (2 pages)

    Rack BrochurePDF (2 pages)

    Basic Skills Testing Requirements:

    Accepted Test Reading Math Language
    TABE* 9 9 9
    New SAT 24 24 25
    ACT 19 19 17
    GED 2014 145 145 145

    Courses

    Marine Rigger (300 Hours)
    Outboard Engine Technician (300 Hours)
    Outboard Engine Diagnostics Technician (150 Hours)
    Inboard Gas Engine Technician (300 Hours)
    Drive Train Technician (150 Hours)
    Inboard Diesel Technician (150 Hours)

    Contact: Student Services Department