Volvo Penta, of Sweden, is a global supplier of marine recreational and commercial engines and power systems.
The three companies developed an electronic vessel control for outboards.
The winning family received a new Chevrolet Silverado pickup.
The fleet of 13 Bertram 31s all received four-liter diesels.
The OceanX coating was introduced for the company’s sterndrives in 2009.
The company donated Saildrives and engines for Impossible Dream, which introduces people with disabilities, wounded soldiers and others to sailing.
Water Sport Control is integrated into the engine manufacturer’s Glass Cockpit.
Incoming senior VP Peter Granqvist will become a new member.
The engine manufacturer says joystick-only steering is the next logical step in its Easy Boating strategy.
The system uses electrical currents, rather than zincs, to protect drives from galvanic corrosion.
Volvo Penta has named Stewart & Stevenson as an authorized power center.
Volvo Penta has announced a hybrid concept for its IPS propulsion.
At a media event last weekend in Gothenburg, Sweden, Volvo Penta officials said the company plans to expand its line of Seven Marine outboards to include models that could potentially range between 250 and 400 horsepower.