OXE Diesel News

CONDUCTED TESTS OF THE OXE300 ON A POPULAR RECREATIONAL BOAT, SHOWS THAT THE GASOLINE ALTERNATIVE CONSUMES 50 PERCENT MORE FUEL

OXE Marine AB (publ) have conducted sea trials where the company’s 300 hp diesel outboard OXE300 has been tried against a gasoline outboard of equivalent power. The tests, conducted on a popular 12-meter tender, shows that the gasoline alternative consumes 50 percent more fuel. When the outboards were run using biodiesel (HVO100) carbon dioxide emissions were reduced by an astonishing 92% compared to the gasoline alternative. The tests were conducted start of October in the waters outside of Öresund. The boat, built by one of the bigger recreational boat builders in Sweden, had been mounted with a dual OXE Diesel OXE300 installation. As reference, test runs were also conducted with gasoline outboards of equivalent power.

OXE Marine sign OEM agreement with Nimbus Group

OXE Marine AB (publ) has signed an agreement with Nimbus Group for the supply of engines. The agreement means that OXE Marine’s industry-leading diesel-powered outboards are now an available option for Nimbus Group’s customers to power their boats.

OXE Marine at METS Boat Show 2022

About OXE Marine AB

At OXE Marine we are driven by the ambition to transform the outboard motor; impacting the journey towards a more sustainable and ecologically positive marine environment. OXE Marine was founded in 2012, and is the company behind a patented outboard transmission, enabling the use of high torque diesel engines on outboard systems and in sterndrive solutions.

North Star Orders Daughter Craft Duo from Alicat for Dogger Bank Wind Farm Ops

UK-based offshore vessel operator North Star has awarded a £2 million contract to Great Yarmouth firm Alicat Workboats to build two new Chartwell designed daughter craft. The vessels will be added to North Star's new renewables fleet which is bound for the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm, located off the North East coast of England, from next year.

OXE Marine makes waves

Diesel outboards have long gotten a bad rap of being smelly and smoky, but a new generation of diesel technology is aiming to leave that in the sooty past. As yacht owners and the military move to a single-source fuel concept, diesel outboards are having a moment. Today’s diesel outboards have higher horsepower, better range, and are lighter than models offered less than a decade ago. Gasoline four-stroke outboards still rule, but diesel outboard manufacturers hope to grab a slice of the valuable recreational market.

Sharrow Marine – Showdown in Paradise by BoatTEST.com

Recently, BoatTEST tested a 57’ (17.37 m) catamaran powered by a pair of 300-hp OXE diesel outboard engines. We evaluated her with custom Sharrow props and conventional 5-blade wheels made by one of America’s best outboard prop manufacturers. The video is important for anyone needing high-torque diesel power.

On the road again — Part 4

Last month, three members of Diversified Communications’ inner sanctum visited New Orleans from our headquarters in Portland, Maine. (DC owns WorkBoat and the International WorkBoat Show.) These three are among the best and brightest in our Commercial Marine division — Bob Callahan, group vice president; Lauren St. Clair, group marketing director; and Doug Stewart, art director. We’ve logged some miles together in the past and had some good times doing it. This time, they were here for the Offshore Marine Service Association’s annual spring golf tournament, but came a day early to visit Shamrock Marine LLC, a launch service that operates out of Baton Rouge, La.

SEASIDE RESTAURANT

“It’s totally different from my previous experiences. The thrust and torque, and the amounts of fuel I save because of its low fuel consumption are some of the benefits I’ve already noticed. The driving experience is incredible, which is hard to believe because the OXE Diesel is a little heavier. But it’s compensated by the power of it. Another benefit is that I can gather heat from the engine to heat my cabin, which is very nice."

David Lyckdal Owner of Seaside Restaurant

OXE Marine kicks off Q1 with new commercial model

Oxe Marine, the company behind the industry’s first diesel outboard engine, reported consolidated results for a reduced first quarter from 16 February to 31 March 2022, following completion of a transaction acquiring US companies, Diesel Outboards and Outdoor Network Manufacturing, in exchange for shares in the combined business. Consolidated sales – including OXE Marine AB of Sweden, US-based OXE Marine Inc and OXE Marine Manufacturing – amounted to SEK 31.4 million during the six-week period, with SEK 26m attributable to sales of propulsion units, and the remainder coming from parts and accessories.

Report From the Annual General Meeting in Oxe Marine Ab (Publ) On 2 May 2022

The income statement and balance sheet for 2021 were adopted. The meeting resolved not to pay out dividends for the financial year 2021. The board of directors and the CEO were discharged from liability for the financial year 2021. Re-election of board members Jonas Wikström, Martin Polo, Jon Lind, Magnus Folin and Mikael Mellberg and election of Christian von Koenigsegg as new member of the board. Jonas Wikström was appointed as chairman of the board.