We are a New Zealand Marine Industry Association member and employ skilled technicians and electricians. We supply, install and maintain quality products and systems.
Our director, Greg Lewis, has 35 + years’ marine electronics experience, including experience working for America’s Cup, Sail GP and Volvo Ocean Race teams.
And since 2007, our New Zealand and international clients have trusted us to repair, maintain or upgrade their vessels’ electronic and electrical systems.
To learn more about how we can help you, keep exploring our website or contact us today.
Having owned some 24 power boats over my life, I have had plenty of experience in having marine electronic work done on my boats, especially as the world has become more technologically sophisticated. In 2017 I was lucky enough to meet Greg Lewis of Mainsail Electronics, who completed a major refit of a highly sophisticated electronic package to my Maritimo 500, including Waasp, Furuno Omni-sonar and a full Furuno game-fishing package. Read Full Testimonial >>
Greg Lewis has been involved in the electronics on North Star II since it’s build in 1999 to the present day. His latest undertaking was a total upgrade/conversion to all electronic and electrical controls, with state of the art equipment. This latest mammoth task has proved very satisfactory. I would have no hesitation in recommending Mainsail Electronics to anyone who is seeking professional assistance with their boat electronics.. North Star II - 75 ft power cat.
Greg upgraded the electrics in our boat ‘Onjon II’ which included changing to lithium batteries and associated electronics including second alternator and shore power to boost the house battery capacity sufficient to power our Gyro and Wassp fishfinder for a minimum of 12 hours. Greg is obviously knowledgeable with many years in the marine industry and his work is professional and tidy (see photo). I have found Greg to be approachable any time when there are issues that are beyond me and prompt in responding. I have no hesitation in recommending Mainsail Electronics.