Fish Springs Marina Service DepartmentOur friendly and capable service staff will keep you on the water enjoying the lake. We are a certified Yamaha service center. We have a 5-star service management technician on staff with experience in just about every brand of engine. We have a basic inventory of quality parts, so you can be assured your boat is in good hands.
Monday — Saturday, 8 am — 4:30 pm
Closed Saturday in the winter.
Call our Service Department directly At 423-768-3636 for rates and scheduling.
Our Newest Service Tech, Mike Witkowski
John Phillips, Customer ServiceThe Phillips family has been a part of the Watauga Lake community for nearly a decade after renovating and operating the small family grocery store/sandwich shop called Fish Tales that has a gorgeous view overlooking Fish Springs Marina.
John Phillips has been visiting and vacationing in Northeast Tennessee since 1997 before relocating here in 2006. John recently joined the Fish Springs Marina staff, bringing his hard-word ethic and friendly, knowledgeable customer service skills to our sales and service departments. John’s goal is to answer every question our customers may have and to make the experience of buying or servicing a boat as smooth and easy as possible.
When not working, John enjoys spending time with his family at home, on the lake, or riding in the mountains. John volunteers as a certified First Responder and a Firefighter for the Butler Volunteer Fire Department.
Zachary Deyton, Service TechnicianZachary Deyton is our newest addition to Fish Springs Marina service department. After working for Fish Springs Marina in 2009 and 2010, Zachary attended and graduated from the Marine Mechanics Institute in Orlando, Florida with a 3.93 GPA, completing specific courses on brands including Volvo Penta, Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Mercury.
Zachary is dedicated and confident, and has an attention for detail and takes extreme pride in his work. Zachary has a positive and enthusiastic personality, has a desire to get things down and doesn’t back off when a problem gets tough.