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A reliable diesel outboard is coming – Caudwell Marine

300 HP diesel outboards do work…. When tested properly! 😉😜 #BuiltToTrust #CaudwellMarine #dieseloutboard #commercialboats #testing

Cox Marine Announces Milestone Expansion Agreement With Partner Ring Power

“We have been involved as a distributor and stakeholder for Cox Marine over the past 4 years and we are excited to expand the Florida territory into additional Southeast states and Bermuda"

Patrick Bucci, General Manager - Cox Marine, Ring Power

This is our tank test in operation…CAUDWELL MARINE

We know that our diesel outboard will be judged on performing day-in and day-out, under all types of duty cycles and in all kinds of conditions. Our tank test facility, whilst not beautiful, allows us to continually run the toughest of duty cycles and record the outboard’s performance with sophisticated monitoring systems normally reserved for high performance automotive engines.…

Caudwell Marine Diesel Outboard Durability Testing Completed To Date – 17,150 Hrs

The Caudwell Team continue to put the Diesel Outboard through long range tests….. starting early and finishing late to ensure it’s Built to Trust! #BuiltToTrust #CaudwellMarine #dieseloutboard #dieselmarine #dieselengine #workboats #commercialboats #marine #testing

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.

Speed@Seawork – Fast vessels of the commercial marine business

First introduced in 2018, Speed@Seawork is returning to Cowes Yacht Haven on the Isle of Wight, UK with The Sea Trials being held on Monday 20 June 2022. Speed@Seawork is the latest sector-specific feature of Seawork, Europe’s leading commercial marine exhibition organised by Mercator Media. Fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search And Rescue are a significant specialist sector of the commercial marine business.

Ready for action at SEAWORK 2022

A selection of Gemini RIBs will be on show at Seawork 2022; three commercial Geminis will be demoed including a WR780 courtesy of ABP, a WR650, and a WR880 powered by COX Powertrain. The RIBS come courtesy of Berthon; the team there are delighted to be back at Seawork especially after a 3-year hiatus. The exhibition will provide the perfect opportunity to demo the RIBs and see why they are a natural choice for commercial and military applications the world over.


The sole purpose of product development is to generate a positive return on investment. Consequently, it is interesting to note that more than 70% of product development projects fail to produce a positive return on investment. Product Development is risky and always requires some trial and error. However, great companies continuously improve, and product development is certainly an area where opportunities for improvement abound. It is important to treat product development failures the same as other challenges in business. It is essential to understand what went wrong, why it went wrong, and what can be done to prevent it from going wrong next time.

Queen of the Susquehanna

Williamsport, Pa. -- Called the "Queen of the Susquehanna," the Hiawatha Paddlewheel is getting her final makeover before launching into a summer season of cruises, events, and parties. On a sunny Friday afternoon, Captains Darryl Stroble of Montoursville and Drew Gretzula of Bastress had paintbrushes out and were touching up the railings. "We start getting the boat ready in April," said Stroble. They give themselves about a month to paint, clean the exterior, scrape and clean the hull and fix up any rusty spots underneath. They also inspect the entire hull from the inside.

Mack Boring and Parts Co. celebrates 100th anniversary

Mack Boring & Parts Co. announced it is celebrating its 100th Anniversary. In 1922 Edward McGovern, nicknamed “Mack”, who served as a machinist in the U.S. Navy during WWI set out to build a business providing parts, cylinder boring and general machine shop work. The name of his company would become Mack Boring & Parts Co. which reflected his nickname and the services he would offer. Now in its fourth generation of family leadership, Mack Boring & Parts Co. is reflecting on the past 100 years while also looking ahead to the future.