Oxe Diesel Outboards to Feature Glendinning Controls

Diesel Outboards, the chief U.S. distributor of Oxe diesel outboards, said Glendinning Products will supply control systems for its line of engines. Conway, S.C.-based Glendinning’s range of propulsion system controls — including the ProPilot joystick control, ProPosition dynamic positioning and Genesys control heads — will now be matched to Oxe diesel outboards.

Toy of the Month: This 30-knot electric jet board makes waveless surfing even cooler

The electric surfboard concept continues to gather pace with two cool looking boards from Swedish brand Awake. The Rävik One uses an 11kW brushless electric motor to achieve a top speed of 30 knots (9 knots faster than the YuJet and almost as quick as the petrol-powered Jetsurf that we covered last year). An exchangeable lithium ion battery means that the jet board fun doesn’t have to stop just because the board does – swap in a new battery and you’re good to go again.

Tour de force: Expanded marine engine lineups, concessions on tier requirements

We have seen a lot of interest in the commercial fisheries market, and this new 300-hp model from Oxe Marine will further expand their line-up, which starts at 125 hp. We are excited to see new market penetration for vessels and fishermen that are looking for a higher output torque and hp power plant.” According to Oxe the 300-hp diesel outboard now available in the United States is a bi-turbo configuration that provides 443 foot-pounds of torque at the crankshaft at 1,750 rpm, and 369 foot-pounds at 1,000 rpm, providing a high degree of bollard pulling power and rapid acceleration.

First Iguana Commuter Yacht Tender Powered by 300hp Diesel Outboard

British diesel outboard specialist, Cox Powertrain, has been shipping the CXO300 300hp diesel outboard engine across the globe to its distributor network since production began in May 2020. Now, eight months on, the French amphibious boat builder, Iguana Yachts, has successfully commissioned its first Cox diesel-powered vessel, which will be used as a tender to the 142m superyacht, NORD.

OXE Marine AB (publ) Interim report 1 October to 31 December 2020

We continue to see strong demand for the OXE, the company increased its Order Book by 38% to SEK 139.3 m at the end of Q4 (45% organic growth excluding exchange rate differences) – all of which are targeted to be delivered during 2021 – see bar chart below in respect to order book development in the last 15 months.

The smart boat

Boats are getting smarter. This is a trend that isn’t going away. Over the last five or so years, we’ve heard the term the “connected boat” more and more across the industry. But what is the connected boat and what does it mean for the future of the industry and boating as a whole? As technology and innovations continue to propel boats into the future, we at Boating Industry wanted to really dig into what the connected boat is, how it’s created and what it means to the industry. Over the next year, each issue of Boating Industry will feature a story digging into new aspects of the connected boat with the help of various industry experts.

Boating Industry 2021 Forecast

This month’s cover story is all about the 2021 Forecast and the kind of year the recreational boating industry can expect. It’s not our view though. The article is based on the survey we recently sent dealers asking what they think will determine success for the year. What do you think the biggest challenges — and opportunities — are? Read it and find out what dealers said, as well as our ELEVATE economist Dr. Elliot Eisenberg.

Jaguar to Go All-Electric by 2025

LONDON (AP) — Struggling luxury car brand Jaguar will be fully electric by 2025, the British company said Monday as it outlined a plan to phase out internal combustion engines.

Jaguar Land Rover, which is owned by Indian conglomerate Tata Motors, hopes the move will help turn around the fortunes of the 86-year-old Jaguar brand, which for many epitomizes class but has struggled in recent years.

Mercury introduces its next‑generation Digital Throttle & Shift system

The Next Gen DTS sytem comes with all the best attributes of the successful DTS system that Mercury launched in 2004, including smooth and ultra‑responsive throttle performance with zero hesitation and full integration with SmartCraft digital technologies. Representing a major step in the product’s evolution, the Next Gen DTS system brings together an enhanced operating system, improved ergonomic designs for the electronic remote controls (ERC) and additional user‑friendly features.