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Mercury big-block is lighter and stronger

The 8.2-liter gasoline engine is a drop-in replacement for the 8.1-liter model previously produced by General Motors Pod drives and 4-stroke outboards have dominated the industry’s propulsion headlines for the last few years. This winter, however, Mercury Marine grabbed the spotlight with its new MerCruiser 8.2-liter big-block gasoline engine. “I think it sets the standard…more

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Walker Engineering systems

Walker Engineering of Sun Valley, Calif., has designed high-performance air filtration and crankcase ventilation systems for marine diesel engines for 25 years. Its products help engines function well. Now the company wants to help make some engines look good. Its handcrafted, stainless-steel components are designed for Volvo Penta IPS D4 and D6 engines. Three packages…more

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Griffin Clip

Boat owners like products that make boating easier and, therefore, more enjoyable. A South Florida fisherman has come up with a simple device to make pulling an anchor from the bottom a much simpler task. Mark Griffin’s product, the Griffin Clip, utilizes the boat’s power to pop the anchor. The user slides the clip, which…more

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SP25 SolarPulse

PulseTech has a new solar charger for large boats with multiple batteries. Rated at 1.6 amps, the 25-watt SP25 SolarPulse automatically charges, maintains and desulfates batteries including standard, AGM and gel. It works with up to four batteries connected in parallel. The waterproof industrial design features a polyurethane-encapsulated solar panel mounted on a solid aluminum…more

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The next generation of outboards

Here’s a look at this year’s lineup of 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines Despite the state of the economy, the production of next-generation 4-stroke outboards keeps chugging along, with manufacturers throttling forward and offering lighter and more fuel-efficient engines. In late 2009, Yamaha launched a lineup of V6 outboards and a new lightweight three-cylinder 70-hp engine.…more

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VF Series

Dutch manufacturer Vetus has launched in the United States a more fuel-efficient, quieter, lighter and more powerful diesel, the VF Series, according to the company. Available in 4-cylinder (140 and 170 hp) and 5-cylinder (220 and 250 hp) models, the engines use common rail fuel injection and electronically controlled fuel injectors. The engines allow for…more

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Carolina Waterworks mooring buoys

With Carolina Waterworks’ new mooring buoys, you won’t have to worry about peeling, flaking or scuffed registration or identification numbers. That information is molded into the buoy at the time of manufacturing. A good choice for marinas, harbormasters and yacht clubs, the mooring buoys can feature letters, numbers, names, logos and other graphics. The markings…more

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TracVision HD7

KVH Industries is calling its new TracVision HD7 a breakthrough in maritime satellite TV design. Trac-Vision HD7, which utilizes a 26-inch-diameter, 61-pound antenna, brings high-definition programming from  DirecTV to boats by simultaneously tracking three satellites, according to the company. The company’s TriAD compact antenna design with its “tri-rod dielectric feed” executes the three-way hookup. The…more

An experiment in fixed-price boating

The headaches of boat ownership can easily spoil the experience for some people. Dockage, storage, engine and hull maintenance, electronics issues, insurance – the list goes on. But what if the consumer could hire a single company to deal with all these concerns for a fixed annual price? Bill Morong, president of Yachting Solutions, answered…more

‘Next generation’ 4-strokes from Yamaha

The new outboards are lighter and more fuel-efficient, as the company rolls out nine models In the largest and broadest product introduction in its history, Yamaha Motor Corp. presented nine new outboard engines from 4 hp to 300 hp at a media event late last year in Chattanooga, Tenn. “We believe by introducing products now,…more

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