Grant Drummond, otherwise known as "The Boating Consultant," is an 18 year veteran of the Marine Industry in Vancouver, a proud Father and an avid lifelong boater. On any given warm and sunny day that Grant is not in the office he can no doubt be found out on the water. Grant started out in the marine industry working for Olympic Boat Centers in the late 90's selling Bayliner, Maxum and Trophy. He has been an integral part of the BC boating scene ever since. His vast knowledge of our local lakes and waterways, as well as his passionate enthusiasm for boating and watersports has made him a valuable resource to his many clients
Joshua has been boating since before he could even stand on his own two feet. Over the years he has enjoyed many boating experiences: paddling small watercraft on pristine lakes and waterways, to sunset wakeboarding on power boats, to pleasure cruising with his family in the Gulf Islands. One of his first jobs was as a deckhand on his father's commercial fishing vessel in remote Inlets up and down the rugged B.C. coast. Joshua has continued to build his passion for boating by working within the Marine Industry for many years. He managed Popeye's Marine in North Vancouver B.C. for almost 5 years. Then while starting up and running his own sales & promotions company, he was the Parts and Service Manager at Captain's Corner in sunny Salmon Arm B.C. His various positions within the Marine Industry have taken him to trade shows in the United States, M.E.T.S. International Boat Show in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and organizing exhibits for boat shows in Canada including the Vancouver International Boat Show. Joshua brings a wealth of practical boating knowledge, enthusiasm and experience to the dealership. He would be delighted to share it with you to make an informed and confident decision on your next pleasure boat purchase.
I have been around water since my father bought a little cabin complete with a boat and water skis. I discovered quickly that my fondest memories involved being in, around, and on the water and have been lucky enough to experience seascapes across the globe.
I love what I do: meeting with new, aspiring or veteran boaters is one of my most passionate endeavors. Discovering the right combination of wants and needs becomes a positively satisfying experience which can last for many years and promote lifelong relationships. I truly believe that a day on the water is one of life’s greatest pleasures!
Scott has been around boats his entire life. He started at an early age working with boats alongside his father who had a mobile shipwright company serving the Lower Mainland. After high school, Scott, his father Wade Hicks and brother Michael Hicks, formed "Michael Scott Yachts" based at Thunderbird Marina in West Vancouver. After a number of years, they decided to close the shop. Scott then went on to work for some of the Premier local Yacht Builders such as Rayburn Fine Custom Yachts, Queenship Yachts, Crescent Custom Yachts and more. After joining the Team at M&P Mercury in 2016, Scott completed his "Marine Service Technician" certification as well as various electronics installer courses. Scott admittedly plans to retire someday, but until that day plans to work at M&P because, as he says, "there's no better place to work".
Certifications: Certified Master Sterndrive Technician, Certified Outboard Technician and Certified Inboard Technician. Steve grew up on Shuswap Lake, where his family had several boats and his love for waterskiing and flyfishing began.Steve originally joined the M&P team in 1990 as a Partsman. After a little over a year as a partsman, Steve decided to pursue his interest in fixing engines, taking a job as a Mechanic for a boat dealer in Vernon. While there, he completed his MerCruiser & Mercury Outboard Technician Certification. He returnd to M&P in '94 as the Service Manager and Warranty Administrator. After several year of this, Steve realized that Service Management was not his passion, and returned to working on engines. He also joins the M&P sales team every year at the boat show, sharing his passion for boating with the crowds. Throughout his life, Steve has owned seven boats personally. Steve's favorite boating activity? "Getting dragged behind the boat - in any form: waterskking, parasailing, kneeboarding, tubing, trick skiing... anything that's behind the rope!"