Bombardier Recreational Products unveiled four new Evinrude E-TEC G2 models this weekend — the G2 150, 150 H.O. (High Output), 175 and 200. They join the high-horsepower G2 models introduced in 2014 that range from the 200 H.O. to 300 hp.
This weekend Evinrude in Milwaukee will host its entire dealer and OEM network and unveil its latest Evinrude E-TEC G2 innovations. Among those attending are 15 new dealers and two new OEMs from the last quarter.
Volvo Penta in early June introduced a joystick helm control system — Joystick Inboard — for conventional twin inboard-powered boats, along with another model of its Inboard Performance System. The new IPS couples a new pod (IPS 15) and a new diesel, the D8, which is offered in 600- and 550-hp models. The IPS700 uses…more
Organizers of ICAST — the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades show — are expecting a record turnout this year as their collaboration with the marine industry strengthens.
BALTIMORE — The Yamaha Marine Group opened its two-day summer media event Tuesday night at the National Aquarium here with the introduction of an upgraded version of its largest outboard engine, the F350C.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Volvo Penta on Wednesday introduced a joystick helm control system — Joystick Inboard — for conventional twin inboard-powered boats as well as another size range of its Inboard Performance System (IPS).
GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Volvo Penta this week is introducing new products to journalists from around the world at its Krossholmen test center in Gothenburg on Sweden’s southwest coast.
Regulator Marine added a 31-footer to its fleet of rugged center consoles, bridging the gap between its 28- and 34-foot models.
The 34th annual Suncoast Boat Show had its largest number of boats and exhibitors in 15 years, and this year’s gate attendance was up 9.1 percent from 2015.
Record-setting attendance, promising meetings with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, better prepared stakeholders and a diverse group of speakers combined to make this year’s American Boating Congress a success, organizers say.