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Battery Chargers and Inverters

Battery Chargers and Inverters

Battery Chargers and Inverters are designed for a wide range of marine applications. From small...

Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Panels and Terminal Blocks

Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Panels and Terminal Blocks

Terminals and Fuses...

marine electrical switches

Electrical Switches

Marine electrical switches are made by Ancor, Blue Sea Systems and Cole-Herse. Push/pull, push...

crimping tools, butane torches and electrical tools, solder

Electrical Tools

Crimping tools, solder, and butane torches are just some examples of electrical installation tools...



Submersible, waterproof, LED, Xenon, shake powered, colored beam are all available in this...

Interior Lighting, Cabin Lights and Accessories

Interior Lighting

Marine lighting from Aqua Signal, Perko, Hella and other manufacturers. Boat cabin lighting in...

Marine Batteries, Battery Cable, Switches and Accessories

Marine Batteries, Battery Cable, Switches and Accessories

Marine Battery...

Marine Grade Primary Wire

Marine Grade Primary Wire

Jamestown Distributors offers a full selection of Marine Primary Wire as well as Marine Duplex and...

Navigation Lights and Accessories

Navigation and Exterior Lights

Marine navigation lights, exterior courtesy and spreader lights, searchlights, spotlights and access...

Shore Power

Shore Power

Jamestown Distributors offers a complete selection of Shore Power cables, adapters and connectors...

marine wiring components, connectors and terminals

Wire Connectors, Terminals, Ties, Clamps and Accessories

Marine wiring components...

Marine Electrical Supplies

Electrical supplies from Jamestown Distributors. We are proud to offer all the supplies needed to rewire boats of all sizes. Although this is a job that should be performed by experienced persons, it is often necessary for an owner to replace faulty components in their boat's electrical system. Typical repairs include; replacing worn battery terminals or cable, upgrading an electrical panel, changing blown fuses, as well as adding layers of tape or heat shrink sleeving to vital wire connections.

Electrical systems can be extremely complicated and may also be dangerous, especially when working around AC current. Although we carry a large selection of electrical supplies, Jamestown Distributors does not suggest making alterations to any electrical system without first consulting with a trained professional marine electrician.

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