A new diesel outboard and steering system could be a game changer for vessels in the commercial and military markets.
Caudwell Marine, owned by former Phones4U billionaire John Caudwell, is aiming to launch the outboard next year, once testing is complete.
Caudwell Marine’s high speed diesel outboard is coming!
Neander Motors has expanded its global distributor network through partnering with Alvarez Riveira, a Spanish supplier of marine engines and products.
Alvarez Riveira have been dedicated to the sale and maintenance of engines and industrial equipment for 40 years. Based out of a large Central Office in Ribeira, A Coruña, Alvarez have forged an impressive reputation with commercial and recreational customers alike.
Cox’s engines are looking good as the face of @WorkBoat Magazine’s 2023 Outboard Directory. See the full article here.
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Catch us if you can…… Our high speed diesel outboard is coming!
Oxe is launching their first-ever configurator.
Build your own OXE Diesel after your specific needs and requirements. Go to oxemarine.com/configurator to start playing; now is the time to make the switch.
SEA TRIAL – Oxe 300 Hp Diesel outboards on a 34 Capehorn.
OXE Marine AB (publ) has appointed MWM and Transmidiesel as new dealers for OXE Marine’s diesel-powered outboards in Brazil and Colombia. The appointment is made to strengthen OXE Marine’s international expansion and means that the company is expanding its global network of dealers to Brazil and Colombia.
OXE Marine AB (publ) was formed in 2012 and after several years of development has developed a diesel outboard for the marine market. The head office is located in Ängelholm, Sweden. OXE Marine AB is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market, ISIN SE0009888613. The global outboard market has long been dominated by gasoline engines, but with a diesel engine you get a stronger and, above all, a more fuel-efficient engine.
When it comes to a boat engine, which is best? Petrol or diesel, inboard or outboard? Stu Davies answers your questions.
PBO engine expert Stu Davies comments: “An interesting question. In the ‘olden days’ petrol engines were relatively easy and cheap to manufacture, lighter and simple to operate and easily maintained by owners.” Outboards are not so good. There is also the case for diesel for use in outboards. Despite recent advances small diesel outboards are still not mainstream. Larger units can be seen powering RIBS, sportsboats and military vessels, but for a yacht they’re not so suitable.