YANMAR CONFIRMS ATTENDANCE AT 63rd FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 26 – 30 2022, Booth 1218 Bahia Mar Yachting Center, Yellow Zone
YANMAR Marine International B.V has announced they will exhibit at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the biggest in-water event of its kind in the world.
The leading supplier of innovative engines and technology-driven marine propulsion systems will be using the show to highlight their full lineup of engines, which are the world’s cleanest, most efficient, reliable, and durable engines in the marine recreational sector.
With the industry continuing to focus on more sustainable boating, YANMAR’s reputation and commitment to developing low-emission producing engines offer solutions for customers wanting to make more conscious decisions when powering their boats.
It has been a year that has so far already seen innovations, successes, and milestones anniversaries. Most recently YANMAR had the pleasure of celebrating Mack Boring & Parts Co. centenary, a true American success story and one that has seen them grow to become a household name and YANMAR’s longest-serving and valued distributors in the US.
This partnership created yet another milestone, with the installation of pair of 440-hp YANMAR 6LY440 engines for the industry’s first set up powering twin Hamilton water jets on the Lyman-Morse Shadow, and the first pleasure vessel in the USA to be equipped with these brand-new jets.
“Fort Lauderdale is an important date in the boat show calendar,” says Kevin Carlan, President, Kevin Carlan, President, YMI Americas Division “it provides an ideal opportunity to showcase our full lineup of engines, the most comprehensive from a marine engine manufacturer, and discuss the technology and innovations behind their development.”
The 6LY engine together with the complete lineup of YANMAR marine power solutions will be on display with the YANMAR team on hand throughout the show at their booth 1218 in the Bahia Mar Yachting Centre Yellow Zone.