Q: I am interested in custom ordering a new Alumacraft or Weldcraft, can you help me?
A: Idaho Marine Inc. offers complementary special ordering services so that you don’t need to worry about the hassles of ordering and setting up your boat just like you want. A member of our sales staff can help you in determining pricing, availability, and the many exciting options that are available to have that one of a kind fishing machine! After pre-qualifications, we can also offer demo rides in our new or used boats. To setup pre-qualification, please contact our Sales Department directly.
Q: How long will it take me get my new boat?
A: The options you choose as well as the availability from the factory will determine the time needed to deliver your custom boat. Idaho Marine will work with you and the factory to insure a smooth transition and minimal time delays.
Q: What is your service labor rate?
A: Apart from the cost of parts, all repairs will be charged a $95/ hr labor rate. All service work is preformed by factory trained techs and support personnel. We have been doing service work on watercraft for over 35 years.
June through Aug we limit our service to boats 22′ and smaller, although, we will install motors that have been purchased from Idaho Marine on larger boats. Each job will be bid only and costs will be determined by any restraints that larger boats sometimes present.
Q: What are the advantages of buying from a local dealer in Boise Idaho?
A: We know styles of boats that work best in our area’s rivers and reservoirs. We are also a custom propeller shop and can make the minor adjustments for major performance differences that many motors require to perform at their optimal level.
Hours of Operation: Store and Service
Monday thru Friday: 9 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 1pm (Closed for all Sat. home games)
Sunday: Closed – See You Monday!!
We Are Easy To Find down town by the river!
Close to downtown Boise, along the Boise River
Take City Center Connector from I-84 to Exit 3
Stay Left and we are on the left at the corner of Garden and Fairview.