Suzuki today held a press conference at the Genoa Boat Show to announce the launch of its new DF175A and DF150A.
This new product launch will undoubtedly strengthen Suzuki’s position within this key horsepower sector of the market.
In response to increased interest in its products from international markets and a growing demand for high-power outboards for larger boats across the globe, the company has gained CE (Conformité Européene) Mark certification – a legislative requirement to conform to health, safety and environmental standards.
(May 22, 2018)
Yamaha officially announced its new 425-horsepower four stroke outboard engine, called XTO. With a new, pretty cool looking and design that allows dockside serviceability, the new XTO engine has 6000 rpm redline, runs at a 1.79: 1 reduction ratio, weighs 432 to 453 kg depending on the length of its lower unit and is available with 5 years guarantee for pleasure use.
On May 18, 2018, Mercury marine announced the following new line-up of 4.6L V-8 Outboard Engines:
N. I. Theocharakis SA, the exclusive importer of SUZUKI MARINE engines in Greece, presented the new outboard DF 350A - dual prop engine on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
The "X" vertical windlasses are suitable for sail and motor boats from 6m to 27m in length. They have different motorization attributes according to each model.
For the X2 windlass and X3 windlass there is a Plus version of stainless steel AISI 316L mirror polishing which offers a stronger protection against corrosion.
The inflatable lifejacket is a type of Personal Flotation Device, in which, instead of foam, CO2 gas is used. CO2 is provided by a bottle with the activation of a special mechanism or orally through the tube and, when necessary, inflates the life jacket and keeps the user on the surface.