When you loose your cool, schedule the marine A/C and refrigeration specialists to keep your ship extra frosty. Contact us online to quickly book an appointment.
Our Trusted Marine Repair Services
Contact us for support on your ship, we are prepared to quickly find you the right repair or a local trusted service provider who can!
Marine Air Conditioning & Heating
Keep your a/c unit fresh and in good repair for cool a/c throughout your voyage. We are the specialists for a/c and repair all varieties of marine air conditioners and heaters.
When your boat fridge, kegerator, freezer or other marine refrigerator needs repair, we are the best in town to fix the issue quickly and effectively.
Marine Oil Change
Maintain your boat's engine lifespan with regular oil changes and keep up with your required maintenance. Contact us for a quick oil change service in the marina.
Hear from our Happy Customers
Read comments about real interactions with our team and how we strive to exceed expectations with quick, efficient and educational service for our customers.
“Without hesitation, we would recommend Captain Frost to others. We showed up in San Diego with only a short time before leaving to Baja, California. With five of living on board, refrigeration was a priority. Despite the aged nature of our system and awkward access, Captain Frost worked through the weekend to come up with a creative solution that was ready in time for our sail south with the rest of the fleet. He took the time to teach us as he went so we were better prepared for future refrigeration issues.”
“Captain Frost has been a pleasure to work with over the years. We have retained his services on multiple jobs where we have received the utmost professionalism and timeliness.
His knowledge base of the industry and quality of work are unparalleled. I highly recommend Captain Frost to anyone in need of refrigeration or Air-Conditioning work!”
“I write this letter of recommendation without hesitation. I own a 2009 Azimut 105 motor yacht. After purchasing the yacht in July of 2014 I embarked on a massive refit, which involved the replacement of 2 chiller units and 22 air handlers. This was a massive HVAC refit, which I had entrusted to another local firm. Without going into detail I was forced after a number of months to release the other firm due to poor workmanship and a variety of other egregious events. The damages created by the other firm were substantial on a number of levels.”
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