If you’re looking to check out the latest and greatest in marine propulsion, there’s plenty on hand at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Check out these seven propulsion exhibitors at the show. Don’t see what you’re looking for here? You can check out the latest and greatest on various boats throughout the show or in the Yellow Zone at the Bahia Mar, as well as company-specific displays at the Convention Center.
Yamaha 425 XTO
You’ll see Yamaha’s flagship 5.6L V8 outboard on multiple big offshore center consoles on the docks but you can see it up close, along with the other engines in the Yamaha lineup, at the Bahia Mar Booth 1207 as well as at the Convention Center. yamahaoutboards.com
Suzuki is going to unveil three new outboard models at this year’s show, and you’ll be able to see them all at the Convention Center Booth 2054 at 3pm on October 26th and beyond. suzukimarine.com
Mercury will be showing off its new Avator electric outboard as well as its entire lineup of engines at Convention Center booth 2055. You’ll also see Mercury outboards of all sizes powering boats at the Bahia Mar. mercurymarine.com
OXE Diesel OXE300
The OXE300 is the largest offering from OXE Marine, featuring a marinized BMW diesel powerhead to handle heavy-duty propulsion loads. Check it out at the Bahia Mar Yellow Zone. oxemarine.com
ePropulsion Technology Limited
With 10 years of electric propulsion development on the books, ePropulsion has a few different products on display, from the H-100 electric inboard to its Navy EVO electric outboards to its EVO Pod Drives. Look in the Bahia Mar Yellow Zone at booth 1040. epropulsion.com
Yanmar Marine Diesel
Check out Yanmar’s latest offerings from 60hp to 640hp at the Bahia Mar Yellow Zone. yanmar.com
From its diesel engines to its traditional gasoline sterndrives to its Forward Drive, Volvo Penta is always at the forefront of engine technology. See their display at the Bahia Mar Yellow Zone. volvopenta.com
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