At Bridgeview Marine, we are proud of our long history of serving British Columbia’s boaters and building lasting relationships in each of the communities we serve.
As a family owned and operated business, nothing is more important to us than forming ongoing relationships with our customers. That is why our team will always do their best to ensure you get exactly what you need and that you are happy with how you got it. We take pride in keeping our knowledgeable staff up to date on the latest products and trends so that they can always be ready to help you.
Since Don McNeice first opened Bridgeview Marine in Surrey’s Bridgeview district in 1979, it has been our goal to provide the best possible boating service and products to anyone who comes through our doors, so that we can equip local boaters with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to own, operate, and service a boat.
After the purchase of Lloyd’s Boat Place in 1984, we moved our location to River Road in Delta, BC, where we have built strong roots by providing reliable services to the community for many years. In 1989, Bridgeview Marine became a certified Mercury dealer and have since grown into one of BC’s leading authorities and suppliers for Mercury, Mercruiser, and Volvo Penta motors, parts, and services.
At Bridgeview Marine, we are passionate about making it easier for more people to enjoy boating and fishing. That’s why, in 2000, we set out with the goal of actively growing BC’s fishing lodge business and, in order to build more relationships throughout BC, opened a location in Prince Rupert in 2003 and another in Sandspit in 2004. Since then, we have laboured to become more involved in both of those communities to continue helping boaters get the most out of their vessels.
In 2020, we moved again to a new facility on River Road, from which we can provide even better services and equipment to our local community. As boat builders, mechanics, and parts suppliers, we are always willing to get to know the needs of each of our customers and to help them stay afloat.