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Sorensen Yacht Service employes NMEA-Certified Marine Electronics Installers. We support all major electronics brands, and can assist you with any up-fit or diagnostic need, including:

  • GPS chartplotters

  • Fishfinders / sonar devices

  • Auto-pilot systems

  • Radar and automatic identification systems (AIS)

  • Marine VHF radios

  • Antennas and transducers

  • IT and entertainment systems

  • Engine monitoring instruments

  • NMEA 2000 network design

  • Electromagnetic interference (EMI) investigations

  • Thermographic evaluations, and

  • Shore power quality surveys

Electronics Services

Sorensen Yacht Service offers engineering and design support for new builds and refits, as well as highly-polished installations and expert troubleshooting of the following marine systems and more:

  • Potable / hot water

  • Marine sanitation

  • Tankage and hull piping

  • Compressed gas for cooking and heating

  • Air conditioning and refrigeration

  • Pump systems

  • Fuel systems (gas and diesel)

  • Steering and control systems

  • Trim tabs

  • Anchor windlasses

  • Hydraulic platforms

  • Cranes / tender davits, and

  • Fire protection systems

Systems Technology


The Sorensen Yacht Service technical staff includes ABYC-Certified Marine Electricians with broad experience in both troubleshooting and installations. We can help you with:

  • Bonding and corrosion issues

  • Cable installations and alterations

  • Battery systems

  • Panel boards

  • Inverters, chargers

  • Generators and alternators

  • Shore power systems

  • Solar/PV power

  • Wind generators

  • All forms of lighting, including underwater LEDs

  • Electrical components, and

  • Safety equipment

Marine Electricians

Our uniformed professionals come to your vessel well-prepared.  They work to the highest standards of safety, quality, and craftsmanship, and provide real value for every hour billed.


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Sorensen Yacht Service
Request a quote: (631) 812-4199

177 East 2nd Street

Huntington Station

New York, USA 11746


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SORENSEN YACHT SERVICE, based in Huntington, New York, is a subsidiary of the privately-held Systematic Technologies, Inc., a provider of process automation services for water treatment and petroleum storage facilities. Sorensen Yacht Service joins the state-of-the-art mobile servicing capabilities of Systematic Technologies together with the family heritage of its Founder and President, Luke Sorensen.

SORENSEN YACHT SERVICE embraces the caring, hardworking, and forthright spirit of Jesse D. Sorensen (pictured in white tie, with Luke in 2013). We strive to provide lasting value for our customers and affiliates, and rewarding careers for the brilliant, conscientious staff we are so privileged to retain. With the opportunity to serve you, we will treat your customers' boats with the utmost respect and care. This starts with reasonable, clearly-articulated price quotations, and is carried through the timely completion of your project.  The vessels we service are always returned in Bristol condition, complete with service records in the format of your choosing. We underwrite our work with our name, and in doing so, hope to earn and keep your loyal patronage, and that of your company and crew for generations to come. Learn how Sorensen Yacht Service can help you  add safety and sanity to your service operations --

"We desire to preserve the character, self-esteem, and economic well-being of our generations. To that end, we shall, through the creation of a brand that bears our name – and stands for our greatest attributes, forge a permanent place in the maritime community that we call home. Our industrial trade is our pilot light; it was lit for our survival, and we have fanned it well with our talents and our integrity. Let us now introduce the fuel of passion, and pursue wholeheartedly the field we know and love best."

The Sorensens trace their North American roots back over a hundred years to Jürgen, a Danish brick mason who emigrated to New York in 1910. During the Gilded Age, Jürgen served as a crew chief on such notable Gold Coast projects as Caumsett and the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception. With the onset of the Great Depression, Jürgen launched a charter fishing boat at Huntington Harbor, where he would serve-out his working days as its operator. Luke is Jürgen's great grandson, an ABYC-Certified Marine Electrician and experienced refitter of classic fiberglass yachts. Luke's on-board experience began at early childhood when, at age 5, he and his late twin brother, Jesse became deck hands aboard their father, Roger's commercial lobster boat. At the same time, the twins' grandfather, Vincent Sorensen was an accomplished and well-liked craftsman at Willis Marine Center in Huntington. Vincent had served in the Pacific War, and upon his return, found his calling as a young carpenter at Augie's Boat Shop, a former Huntington-based builder of small craft. With 44 years of service to the local marine community, Vincent retired in 1991 as a true master of his trade.

In 2015, the Sorensen family proudly introduced the first of its fifth generation, the handsome little "P.V." to the Long Island boating community. P.V. Sorensen is the first and only child of Jesse, a tender-hearted family man who lived for time spent on the water. Jesse had hoped to see the recovery of the Long Island Sound lobster fishery, and with it, dreamed that he and his son might someday revive the family's commercial fishing business. Sadly for those who survive him, Jesse was called back to God just three months after P.V.'s birth. Throughout this challenging time, the Sorensen family maintained its resoluteness, and has emerged with a renewed sense of purpose. After a season of planning and due diligence, Sorensen Yacht Service was founded on the sentiment quoted atop this page.









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