Yanmar to Exhibit at Japan International Boat Show
February 19, 2016
Yanmar Marine System Co., Ltd.
Yanmar Marine System Co., Ltd. its glad to announce its participation at the upcoming Japan International Boat Show, international trade fair for marine products and technologies, Yokohama, March 3-6.
Yanmar booth will mainly feature our latest pleasure fishing boats and diesel engines for marine pleasure applications:
In the boat category, Yanmar is displaying the EX38A, which brings together the comfort of a cruiser with a wide range of fishing features for a total experience at sea. This model won the “Boat of the Year 2015 in Japan” in the large vessel category. This is accompanied by the EX30B, which features a blend of superior electronic control technologies and a unique design evocative of the fishing trawlers of Northern Europe.
Marine diesel engines
At the booth, Yanmar will also display diesel engines for marine applications. The 6CXB-GT has excellent fuel efficiency and performance, and is also the power provider for our EX38A boats.
Heralding a new era in marine technologies, Yanmar will also make public for the first time in Japan, a number of highly compact, efficient engines, together with a series of power generators for outdoor use. A unique point of attraction at the booth will be the steering wheel used during the 2013 edition of the America’s Cup by Oracle Team USA. Yanmar has been an Official Technical Partner of the Team from the previous edition of the Cup and is now accompanying the crew towards their third victory in 2017.
Japan International Boat Show Outline:
- Organizer: Japan Marine Industry Association
- Date: March 3-6, 2016
- Venue: Pacifico Yokohama (indoor exhibit), Yokohama Bayside Marina (floating exhibit), Yokohama city, Japan
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