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MEDIUM SPEED PROPULSION ENGINES

Reliable power for commercial vessels

374 - 4500 kW

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MEDIUM SPEED GENERATOR SETS

Generate power on board of fishing boats, cargo or off shore vessels

180 - 4300 kWe

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HIGH SPEED PROPULSION ENGINES

Purpose-built to serve workboats, tugs or fast ferries

21 - 1340 kW

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HIGH SPEED GENERATOR SETS

Electrical supply on board of a passenger, river tugs or cargo

24 - 450 kWe

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LEISURE MARINE & LDC ENGINES

Recreational boats & craft

10 - 480 mhp
6 - 353 kW

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News

Yanmar Acquires Majority Ownership in Battery Technology Company ELEO

Yanmar Holdings Co., Ltd., today officially announced it has acquired a majority share in ELEO Technologies B.V., a fast-growing battery technology company based in Helmond, the Netherlands. By integrating ELEO’s advanced, scalable, and modular battery technology, Yanmar will further its electrified powertrain capabilities with versatile, customized solutions for off-road applications.

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IMO Tier 3 certified with Yanmar’s marine high-speed 6 cylinder engine and SCR

Effective after-treatment of exhaust gasses is an essential requirement to comply with IMO Tier 3 regulations. While engines and SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) systems have been available separately, Yanmar now launches the 6AYE-M main engine with a dedicated SCR system, to maximize performance and reduce harmful emissions effectively. The system will be exhibited for the first time at Nor-Shipping in Oslo, from 4-7 April (Hall D01-28).

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YANMAR POWERS THE ORCA YKA

Following the official naming ceremony at the shipyard Larsnes Mek. Verksted AS on March 26th, the MV Orca Yka will soon be on her way to South America to meet her new owner Naviera Orca Chile SA, where she’ll be operating out of the port of Puerto Montt.

Her primary role will be to serve the Chilean salmon farming market, and due to Chile’s long and thin shape her and her 13-strong crew will be at sea for several weeks at a time, which is longer than usual for this type of operation.

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