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Yamaha adds propeller course to training products

Yamaha Marine Group added the Endless Propeller Solutions product module to its training curriculum.

Yamaha Marine Group added the Endless Propeller Solutions product module to its training curriculum.

The online product training, offered through Yamaha Marine University, will be available to Yamaha Marine dealer principals and service professionals to meet growing demand.

The training brings the previous Endless Propeller Solutions module up to date with the latest advancements in propeller technology.

“Keeping abreast of the latest in propeller technology and applications can seem daunting,” Yamaha Marine Group propeller product manager David Meeler said in a statement. “Our latest propeller training focuses on simplifying the selection process by using Yamaha’s performance bulletins and 2015 product information guide, combined with real-world customer propping scenarios, to help drive that understanding home.”

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