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Consumers are demanding increasing sophistication from the boats they buy, reflecting the conveniences and advances they have come to expect in modern automobiles. Marine technology companies are responding, developing smarter and more sophisticated electronics, cleaner, quieter and more powerful engines, and pod drives and joystick systems.
Honda Marine will hold a media event next week to introduce its trio of new small engines and give journalists an opportunity to test its fleet of 4-stroke outboards.
Volvo Penta of the Americas said it has named Spar Yard Marine Solutions as an authorized sales and service dealer in Bermuda.
Mercury Marine Europe said it organized and hosted Mercury Days — a two-day event designed to promote the brand to a European audience — for the fifth consecutive year.
B&G said it introduced the Vulcan 9 sailing chart plotter for coastal cruising and club racing sailboats.
Simrad said the GO9 XSE chart plotter navigation display, the latest addition to its GO Series, allows boaters to view charts, add waypoints and see other information on a 9-inch screen.
Build a moving platform that opens into a yacht balcony? Strip a part off another piece to rush to a customer so the customer won’t spend a vacation day without the boat? Customize a NorSap rotation plate and get it to Dubai the following day? Even if it’s something Imtra Corp. has never done, the…more
Honda Marine said it is debuting new portable four-stroke outboard engines with its BF4 and BF6 models and has redesigned its BF5 models.
New England Boatworks said it added Philip Shaffer as a project manager.
Mercury Marine’s Fury 4 propeller, introduced to anglers at the Bassmaster Classic tournament, is now available to boaters.
BRP said it is holding an Evinrude E-TEC fall sales event that runs from Sept. 12-Dec. 4 and allows buyers of a new Portable or E-TEC engine to receive a five-year, factory-backed warranty.