Mercury’s St. Cloud facility earns zero-waste designation

Mercury Marine, a division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), today announced that its Plant 7 manufacturing operation in St. Cloud, Florida, has achieved a zero-waste-to-landfill designation. The factory makes electrical and plastic components for the company’s marine engines and related parts, accessories and technologies.  Plant 7 is the fourth Mercury facility to achieve this designation. Its three predecessors are […]

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Whipple 3.8-Liter Supercharger The Centerpiece Of New Marine Engine Upgrade Kits

<!– New Products: Whipple 3.8-Liter Supercharger The Centerpiece Of New Marine Engine Upgrade Kits –> For the past few years, Whipple Superchargers has been focused on the automobile market for its multiple centrifugal supercharger products. It’s been a booming segment for the Fresno, Calif.-based company, which in just two years reportedly has grown from 30 […]

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First Test of Mercury’s V10

Join us for the first tests Merc’s ground-breaking new outboards on legendary Lake X. View the original article to see embedded media. Source: https://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/video-index/first-test-of-mercurys-v10

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BREAKING: Mercury’s New V10

Editor-at-Large Charlie Levine reports from Lake X on Mercury’s new line of modern, light-weight V10 outboards. Learn more here and stay tuned for more reporting from his on-the-water testing. Quiet. Smooth. High performance. Those were just some of the buzz words used to describe Mercury’s industry-first V10 outboards, the new 5.7L 350- and 400-hp Verados. […]

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Correct Craft acquires Indmar Marine Engines

Correct Craft announced the acquisition of Indmar Marine Engines. Indmar will be operated by Correct Craft subsidiary Liberty Technologies which also manages PCM Engines, Crusader Engines, Levitator Engines, and Velvet Drive Transmissions.  While an important new member of Correct Craft’s portfolio of brands, Indmar will continue to operate independently, retaining its own brand and team […]

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Correct Craft Buys Indmar

Correct Craft announced the acquisition of Indmar Marine Engines, a pioneer and leader in the inboard marine engine segment. Courtesy Correct Craft Today, Correct Craft announced the acquisition of Indmar Marine Engines, a pioneer and leader in the inboard marine engine segment with a hard-earned reputation for delivering world-class quality and reliability. Indmar will be […]

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Lighter Than Air

Meet the radical new 50-knot fuel cell chase boat for America’s Cup. Is this hydrogenated hydrofoil the shape of things to come? Meet the radical new 50-knot fuel cell chase boat for America’s Cup. Is this hydrogenated hydrofoil the shape of things to come? As a propulsion source for boating, hydrogen has a lot going […]

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Review of SilentJet, Hinckley’s Hybrid Electric Boat Propulsion System

Nearly three decades after the original Hinckley Picnic Boat changed the game, Dasher is back but with all new tricks up her sleeve — it can run in full silence with its trademarked SilentJet technology. Dash of the Unexpected Nearly three decades after the original Hinckley Picnic Boat changed the game, Dasher is back but […]

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The Advantages of Marine Lithium Batteries

Lithium batteries weigh substantially less than comparable lead-acid models. That’s a big advantage in a boat. Steve Sanford Special delivery: Sign up for the free Salt Water Sportsman email newsletter. Subscribe to Salt Water Sportsman magazine for $19 for 1 year and receive 4 bonus digital issues. Marine batteries aboard today’s saltwater fishing boats are more critical than ever […]

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Electric Invaders

On a Norwegian adventure with the crew of Viking-inspired engineers at Evoy, Simon Murray discovers not only the fanatical dedication behind the race to build the fastest electric boats in the world, but the true meaning of “skol!” Evoy’s electric motors are propelling Norwegian boats to some of the fastest speeds achieved by electricity alone. […]

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Embracing sustainability

Manufacturers By Adam Quandt Sustainability is certainly not a new notion to our world; however, the idea of sustainability and operating business sustainably has gained more and more momentum over the last few years, especially as we look at the recreational boating industry of both today and the future. “Innovation is alive and well in […]

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Cox Marine announces key sales appointments

Diesel outboard engine innovator Cox Marine has announced two key sales appointments in North America as the company builds its regional team to drive business growth. Experienced diesel engine and marine industry sales specialist Doug Ross is confirmed as Regional Sales Director, North America, to lead Cox Marine’s sales strategy, overseeing all business channels in […]

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Testing the Seakeeper Ride

  The previously top-secret Seakeeper Ride aims to usher in a new era of boat stabilization. We were among the first to test this new system. Changing the Game. Again. The previously top-secret Seakeeper Ride aims to usher in a new era of boat stabilization. We were among the first to test this new system. […]

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Understanding the Importance of Engine Torque

A watersports engine at work visibly shows an effect of high, constant torque applied to a heavy, ballasted boat creating a powerful, surfable wave. Courtesy Supra You almost certainly know the horsepower rating or displacement of your boat’s engine. But some marine-engine manufacturers have begun marketing torque over horsepower. In a break from standard practice, […]

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Exclusive First Test of Hinckley’s SilentJet

  Decades after the original Dasher brought jet propulsion and joystick maneuverability to the masses, it is once again rewriting history, this time with a hybrid heart. Decades after the original Dasher brought jet propulsion and joystick maneuverability to the masses, it is once again rewriting history, this time with a hybrid heart. Video produced […]

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Rare Formula One Engine Lives On

A one-off Ferrari Formula One engine modified for hydroplane racing lives on—almost 70 years after breaking the world speed record on water. Engineer and speedboat racer Nando Dell’Orto races the Arno XI with his #50 painted on the hull. Legendary Power A one-off Ferrari Formula One engine modified for hydroplane racing lives on—almost 70 years […]

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