2020 Outboard Motor Buyer’s Guide Boats keep on getting larger, with more room on the transom to stack all…
I had a chance to put about 20 hours of hard and fast (40-to-50mph) ocean running time on Suzuki’s DF350s down in Key West running 150-175 miles a day on a 36 Yellowfin CC and a 35 Contender CC with Capt RT Trosset and his son Capt Chris.
Historically in the world of two-stroke and four-stroke outboards, engines in the 115 to 150 HP range have typically adopted a V-4 or V-6 configuration.
It used to be that shipboard gyrostabilizers were the exclusive domain of supersized yachts and sportfishers.
The most comprehensive guide to the 2019 outboard motor market, and a must-read for those shopping for a new or replacement boat, or upgrading their power plant.
With the economy finally showing some signs of life and consumer confidence moving in the right direction, the boating industry in general and the outboard component in particular are both riding in the fast lane.
Whether you’re considering purchasing a new boat and motor or repowering an old favorite, here’s a rundown on the newest additions and innovations in the outboard power market.