Dan Barnhill

May 8, 2017

Conrad Marine Sales and Service Ltd is pleased to announce that their associate Dan Barnhill is now a Nova Scotia Certified Marine Service Technician (MST). To become a Certified MST, Marine Service Technicians must prove that they have been working in all aspects of the trade for many years and be capable of writing an exam that requires them to show their knowledge of the many aspects.

Marine Service Technician is one of 68 Trades designated by the Government of Nova Scotia under the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualification Act. MST practitioners are able to service, repair, refit and upgrade marine vessels including motor and sail driven vessels, performing structural, cosmetic, electrical or mechanical service or repair work on the marine vessel, and handling, storing or modifying the marine vessel while it is being serviced or repaired.

Conrad Marine Sales & Service Ltd brings over fifty years of combined technical experience in the recreational and light commercial marine industry. Skills include marine propulsion, marine electrics, marine electronics and electronic integration, and marine systems including air conditioning and refrigeration. A well-established service department provides full service winterizing and spring commissioning.

For more information contact Terry Conrad MST, 902-229-7002,


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