Mariner Outboard Engines

Marine Outboard Engines

Mariner's renowned four-strokes lead the field by offering an unsurpassed level of smooth power, backed by quiet and smoke-free running and incredible resistance to corrosion. From the new lightweight, portable 2.5hp's, the feature-packed mid range from 40 to 60hp and the powerful, high technology 80 to 115hp's, Mariner four-strokes offer greater boating pleasure than ever before.

 

Mariner’s legendary, fuel efficient OptiMax range is the world’s most highly regarded direct fuel injection two-stroke. With the introduction of the ‘next generation’ OptiMax, Mariner engineers have focused heavily on durability, reliability, noise reduction and overall ease of operation to further refine a range of outboards which topped the J.D.Power and Associates consumer satisfaction index for two-strokes.

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Viking Marine

Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Kilcoole,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168 

boats@vikingmarine.ie

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Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654

 

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Lesley Robinson, Chief Executive Officer at British Marine On Tuesday night the Government’s EU Withdrawal Agreement was overwhelmingly rejected by Parliament. Commenting on the possibility of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, Lesley Robinson, Chief Executive Officer at British Marine said: “Like many industries up and down the UK, we do not support the idea of the UK leaving the EU in a ‘No Deal’ scenario. It is vitally important that our members have stability for their businesses while the UK and EU negotiate the details on the future relationship. “There are still many unanswered concerns for our industry, like the future of VAT Paid Status on vessels already placed on the market in the EU. It is crucial that we have answers on these issues and time to implement the solutions. “British Marine calls upon all members of the UK Parliament to put aside their political differences and work together to quickly find and support a plan which offers security to UK marine businesses and protects jobs, growth and investment.”
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