MARINE: Seascape Rides High On Yanmar Engines
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SEASCAPE Marine Services (formerly IMS Cape), which has been representing Yanmar Marine locally since the early 1980’s, reports keen interest in its engine range from local boat builders and individuals.
“Reliability is the most highly valued factor and each Yanmar diesel has been designed and manufactured using knowledge accumulated steadily since 1912. Around the world, Yanmar diesels are one of the most popular choices.”
“Their durability, economy, performance and after-sales network make them a first choice for owners, operators, shipyards, and boating industry professionals. As Yanmar engines evolve, they are ever lighter, more fuel efficient, more compact and more user friendly,” says Seascape’s Jamie de Jong.
The range of diesel engines offered by Seascape Marine Services includes high speed commercial and pleasure rated marine main engines, inboard engine out-drive units (stern-drives) and pleasure boat drive units (sail-drive, V-drive, angle-drive, pod drives).
Complementing the Yanmar range Seascape Marine Services is also the distributor for HamiltonJet waterjets. With over 49 000 units installed around the world, HamiltonJet represents the latest in water jet propulsion technology and is the preferred choice for efficient propulsion of a wide range of high-speed patrol and military boats, passenger ferries, crew boats, rescue vessels, tourist excursion craft, fishing vessels and recreational pleasure cruisers.
The HamiltonJet waterjet range includes models for power inputs from 100 to 5000Kw for vessels typically up to 60 metres in length.
All models are designed for easy installation, reliability, low maintenance and maximum propulsive efficiency in a wide range of working conditions.
“In addition, the after sales service department at Seascape Marine Services with its many years of experience in maintenance and repair to all types of diesel engines, is adequately resourced to attend to the full range of Yanmar marine diesel engines and HamiltonJet waterjets,” according to de Jong.
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