Suzuki’s new emphasis on its marine business is a response to assertions from consumers and dealers that their needs were not being met, vice president of operations Mark Eastman says.
Suzuki Marine has unveiled a 4-cylinder, 200-hp 4-stroke, pumping more energy into the industry’s development of high-horsepower engines that are lighter and more fuel-efficient than first-generation models.
KEY LARGO, Fla. — As part of Suzuki’s new priority commitment to its marine division, the company reopened its Atlanta service training center for the first time in four years.
KEY LARGO, Fla. — Suzuki vice president of operations Mark Eastman said that when Suzuki announced a new emphasis on its marine business, retailers, consumers and dealers told the company that their needs weren’t being met.
KEY LARGO, Fla. — Before a crowd of 400 boatbuilders, dealers and members of the media, new Suzuki Marine of America president Takuya Sato raised his Tervis Tumbler in a toast to Suzuki’s commitment to innovation and the start of the company’s year-long 50th anniversary celebration.
KEY LARGO, Fla. — Suzuki Marine unveiled its new DF200A 4-cylinder, 200-hp outboard Tuesday at the company’s annual new model introduction and business meeting at the Ocean Reef Club.
An innovative boat that began as a discussion five years ago at the Miami International Boat Show has come to fruition and stands out as an example of effective use of small-engine electric power.
2Play, Nauti-Craft’s new cutting-edge prototype hydraulic suspension catamaran, is set to debut June 10-12 at the Seawork International Commercial Marine and Exhibition Forum in Southampton, England.
Canadian-based Sideshift said its bow and stern thrusters now come standard with wireless joystick controls.
Mark Allen, the manager of this weekend’s Strictly Boaters Boat Show in Cape May, N.J., says the show is about bringing together three groups of people: people who are selling a boat, people who are buying a boat and people who are looking to upgrade.