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WaterMota Ltd specialises in the supply of marine and industrial engines / gearboxes and marine spare parts. WaterMota was acquired by the B&N Group in the Netherlands in 2012.

Company History

The company was established in 1911 and is now one of the leading marine and industrial engine distributors in the UK currently representing many of the world’s primary manufacturers of marine equipment including Doosan Infracore, D-I Industrial Co, Hyundai SeasAll, JMP Corporation and Azcue,
WaterMota supplies to all types of leisure and commercial vessels and to industrial and mobile applications, such as military, commercial, trip boats, charter, commercial fishermen, Dutch barges, ferries, fish farms, harbour workboats, multicats, pilot vessels, tugs and wind farm support vessels.
The Doosan range of heavy duty propulsion engines and auxiliaries is a firm favourite with commercial fleets. These engines are also used to drive bow thrusters and for custom built generators.

Products available from WaterMota include:

  • Propulsion engines with installation accessories from 16 to 1200hp
  • Reversing gearboxes
  • Engine and gearbox controls
  • Power take-off units.
  • Bilge and deck wash pumps
  • Auxiliary engines, generators, engine mounts
  • Manual hydraulic steering systems
  • Power assisted hydraulic steering systems
  • Cutlass bearings, sea water pumps
  • Impellers
  • Flexible Mounts
  • Raw Water inlets
  • Filters
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Flexible couplings
  • Controls

​Together with high quality marine propulsion products and parts, WaterMota offers the marine industry experience and expertise, gained from more than a century of serving the market.

History of the WaterMota Engines

WaterMota has been producing marinised engines since 1911, ever changing and modernising their products, they have gone on to become main distributors for DooSan and Westerbeke engines. Having produced their famous Sea Wolf, Sea Tiger and Sea Leopard range of marine petrol engines, WaterMota passed the manufacture and supply of spare parts on to Sheridan Marine. Who, have years of experience with these engines, as many thousands of them were fitted in the Freeman Cruisers range.
This not only allowed the supply to continue but also to be expanded so that other boats, such as Birchwoods, Camper & Nicholson 32s and many other classic boats were able to source WaterMota spare parts.

Similar Ford Based Marine Engines
Other manufacturers marinsed Ford engines, particularily Parsons, CT Marine and Wortham Blake, many of the WaterMota based parts can be utilised on these models too. Sheridan Marine stock a range of parts for these marinised engines too.

They supplied many Marinisation Kits for: Ford and British Leyland.


Specifications For Watermota
4-Stroke Cycle Diesel Marine Engines
And Popular Marinized Versions
(by Ascending Displacement)

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Click on Links for Model Spec Sheets

TABLE KEY: (Table still under development)
⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source, ? = …? = ¿…? = Data Not Confirmed.
DS = Data Source: (such as Webpages, DataSheets or SpecSheets, Catalogs, Manuals, etc) with Links.
^  __ = Source wLink.
^  BD = BoatDiesel.com=…B, …f = Forum, …w = Webpage, …s = SpecSheet, …c = Catalog, …b = Brochure,
^  …o = Operator’s Manual, …m = Service/Technical Manual, …1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision.
CYL = Cylinder Configuration “-” Number “−” Liner Type:
^  Cylinder Configuration: U = u… = Upright (Vertical), s… = Slanted (Inclined), n… = Inverted,  I = In-Line,
^  ^  H = h… = Horizontal (Flat), o… = Outward Opposed Piston, i = Inward Opposed Piston, V = V (eg V8),
^  ^  R = Radial, r = Rotary, Wr = Wankel Rotary.
^  Liner: W = Wet Liner(s), D = Dry Liner(s), WD = Combo Wet+Dry Liners,
^  ^  P = Parent/Native Bore, C = Cylinder(s) (Independent), b… = Borable Oversize,
^  ^  S = Sleeved (Press fit?), Liner type determined from Service Manual and/or Parts List.
BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters, …” = …in = Inches.
DISPLACEMENT: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³), …L = Liters (Litres), …ci = Cubic Inches (“³).
⇑ = Base Engine Manufacturer, ⇒ = Engine Marinizer (Mariniser).
MODEL: EC = Engine Code. Cylinder Block Capacity ID Code. TC = Turbocharged.
RATING: See Engine Duty Ratings at end of this table.
ASP: Aspiration “-” Fueling: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged,
^  Ta = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, Ti = Turbocharged and Intercooled,
^  …S = …s = w/Seawater Intercooler, …R = …r = w/Raw Water Intercooler.
^  -Fueling: c = Carbureted, i = Injected.
^  -Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection, iI = Integral Injector, Cr = Common Rail, E = Electronic Injection.
kW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower.
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
YEARS MFR’d: Beginning-Ending, Trailing “–” (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production.

1599cc~1600cc / 1.6L / 97.60ci

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford 1600? Ds uI-4−D? ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in 1600cc / 1.6L / ⊗ci
Ford 1600? Wtm uI-4−D? 81mm 77.6mm ⊗in ⊗in 1600cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
Ford 1600? Ww uI-4−D? ⊗mm ⊗mm 3.19in 3.06in ⊗L / 97.60ci
Ford 1600? Ws uI-4−D? 81mm 77.6mm 3.189in 3.055in ⊗L / 97.6ci
Ford 1600? Wm uI-4−D? 81mm 77.6mm ⊗in ⊗in 1599cc / ⊗ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
1600? − ⊗ Ds N-M 19??-19??
WATERMOTA
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
Sea Panther Mk 2 − ⊗ Wtm N-M 27 2500 1975?-1978?
WESTERBEKE
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
L-25 − ⊗ Wd N-M 22 2400 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Ws N-M 22 2400 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 10.8 1200 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 13.8 1400 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 16.8 1600 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 19.4 1800 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 21.8 2000 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 23.5 2200 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 25.6 2400 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 26.7 2600 1975-1978
L-25 − ⊗ Wm N-M 34 2800 1975-1978
NOTES: Crossflow head.
⇑ FORD: MODEL Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual, Parts List. Service Manual. This is a dieselized conversion of the Ford Cortina petrol engine.
WATERMOTA: Sea Panther Mk 2 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Service Manual. Parts List.
Sea Panther Parts List from StephensonMarine.co.uk.
WESTERBEKEL-25 Webpage. Brochure. SpecSheet. Technical Manual & Parts List.

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Base Engine Ds uI-⊗−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
MfrBRAND
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
? − ⊗ Ds T 19??-19??
⇒ MARINIZER
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
? − ⊗ Ds T 19??-19??
NOTES:

Table Under Development – Models to add.

Sea Cub Mk2 7 HP
Super Cub 7.6 HP
Sea Panther-Series11
Sea Panther-30 30 HP
Sea Wolf-Mk3 40.2 HP
Sea Wolf-40 40.2 HP
Sea Tiger 50 HP
Sea Panther 50 HP
Sea Tiger Mk3 50 HP
Sea Panther 60HP 60.1 HP
Sea Horse 70 70 HP
Sea Scout MkII 80 HP
Sea Ranger 4 89.8 HP
Sea Ranger 90 89.9 HP
Sea Ranger 120 89.9 HP
Sea Ranger 100 99.9 HP
Sea Horse 100 100 HP
Sea Ranger 6 124.7 HP
Sea Ranger 125 124.7 HP
Sea Ranger 150 124.7 HP
SeaHorse TCIC 128.7 HP
Sea Lion Mk II 130 HP
Sea Horse 130 130 HP
Sea Lion Mk3 125 HP
Sea Lion 140.1 HP
Sea Lion Mk3 140 HP
Sea Ranger 145 144.8 HP
Super Lion 150 MkII 150 HP
Super Lion 170 Mk3 170.1 HP
Super Lion 200 MkII 200 HP
Super Lion 240 Mk3 240.1 HP
Sea Ranger 260 260 HP
Sea Ranger 200 260 HP
Sea Ranger 240
Sea Ranger 260 260 HP
L-25

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Duty Ratings

Continuous

Pleasure Craft

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Engine Duty Ratings

Continuous

Pleasure Craft

RATING: W = Workboat (Usually 90% of P), (6270) C = Continuous, P = Pleasure (Intermittent)
^  COM = Commercial, R = Recreational, WB = Work Boat, PC = Pleasure Craft, M = Medium
^  CON = Continuous, INT = Intermittent, PLE = Pleasure
^  CA = Continuous “A”, CB = Continuous “B”, BS = HP, BS OL = BHP in Overload
^  CON, CD, HD, MCD, MD, INT, ID, GS, HO, etc. (See Duty Ratings at end of this table)

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Specifications For Watermota
2-Stroke Cycle Petrol (Gasoline) Marine Engines
And Popular Marinized Versions
(by Ascending Displacement)

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, Drawings, PIXs, etc.
Click on Links for Model Spec Sheets

TABLE KEY: (Table still under development)
⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source, ? = …? = ¿…? = Data Not Confirmed.
DS = Data Source: (such as Webpages, DataSheets or SpecSheets, Catalogs, Manuals, etc) with Links.
^  __ = Source wLink.
^  BD = BoatDiesel.com=…B, …f = Forum, …w = Webpage, …s = SpecSheet, …c = Catalog, …b = Brochure,
^  …o = Operator’s Manual, …m = Service/Technical Manual, …1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision.
CYL = Cylinder Configuration “-” Number “−” Liner Type:
^  Cylinder Configuration: U = u… = Upright (Vertical), s… = Slanted (Inclined), n… = Inverted,  I = In-Line,
^  ^  H = h… = Horizontal (Flat), o… = Outward Opposed Piston, i = Inward Opposed Piston, V = V (eg V8),
^  ^  R = Radial, r = Rotary, Wr = Wankel Rotary.
^  Liner: W = Wet Liner(s), D = Dry Liner(s), WD = Combo Wet+Dry Liners,
^  ^  P = Parent/Native Bore, C = Cylinder(s) (Independent), b… = Borable Oversize,
^  ^  S = Sleeved (Press fit?), Liner type determined from Service Manual and/or Parts List.
BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters, …” = …in = Inches.
DISPLACEMENT: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³), …L = Liters (Litres), …ci = Cubic Inches (“³).
⇑ = Base Engine Manufacturer, ⇒ = Engine Marinizer (Mariniser).
MODEL: EC = Engine Code. Cylinder Block Capacity ID Code. TC = Turbocharged.
RATING: See Engine Duty Ratings at end of this table.
ASP: Aspiration “-” Fueling: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged,
^  Ta = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, Ti = Turbocharged and Intercooled,
^  …S = …s = w/Seawater Intercooler, …R = …r = w/Raw Water Intercooler.
^  -Fueling: c = Carbureted, i = Injected.
^  -Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection, iI = Integral Injector, Cr = Common Rail, E = Electronic Injection.
kW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower.
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
YEARS MFR’d: Beginning-Ending, Trailing “–” (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production.

??cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Watermota K1 Ds uI-1−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
WATERMOTA
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
K1 − ⊗ Ds N 3 19??-19??
NOTES:
Watermota: K1 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

??cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Watermota K2 Ds uI-2−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
WATERMOTA
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
K2 − ⊗ Ds N 6 19??-19??
NOTES:
Watermota: K1 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

Specifications For Watermota
4-Stroke Cycle Petrol (Gasoline) Marine Engines
And Popular Marinized Versions
(by Ascending Displacement)

Click on Links for Model Pages with Spec Sheets, Manuals, Drawings, PIXs, etc.
Click on Links for Model Spec Sheets

TABLE KEY: (Table still under development)
⊗ = Data Not Available from Data Source, ? = …? = ¿…? = Data Not Confirmed.
DS = Data Source: (such as Webpages, DataSheets or SpecSheets, Catalogs, Manuals, etc) with Links.
^  __ = Source wLink.
^  BD = BoatDiesel.com=…B, …f = Forum, …w = Webpage, …s = SpecSheet, …c = Catalog, …b = Brochure,
^  …o = Operator’s Manual, …m = Service/Technical Manual, …1,2,3,A,B,C,etc = Source #, Version, Revision.
CYL = Cylinder Configuration “-” Number “−” Liner Type:
^  Cylinder Configuration: U = u… = Upright (Vertical), s… = Slanted (Inclined), n… = Inverted,  I = In-Line,
^  ^  H = h… = Horizontal (Flat), o… = Outward Opposed Piston, i = Inward Opposed Piston, V = V (eg V8),
^  ^  R = Radial, r = Rotary, Wr = Wankel Rotary.
^  Liner: W = Wet Liner(s), D = Dry Liner(s), WD = Combo Wet+Dry Liners,
^  ^  P = Parent/Native Bore, C = Cylinder(s) (Independent), b… = Borable Oversize,
^  ^  S = Sleeved (Press fit?), Liner type determined from Service Manual and/or Parts List.
BORE & STROKE: …mm = Millimeters, …” = …in = Inches.
DISPLACEMENT: …cc = Cubic Centimeters (cm³), …L = Liters (Litres), …ci = Cubic Inches (“³).
⇑ = Base Engine Manufacturer, ⇒ = Engine Marinizer (Mariniser).
MODEL: EC = Engine Code. Cylinder Block Capacity ID Code. TC = Turbocharged.
RATING: See Engine Duty Ratings at end of this table.
ASP: Aspiration “-” Fueling: N = Naturally Aspirated, T = Turbocharged, S = Supercharged,
^  Ta = Turbocharged & Aftercooled, Ti = Turbocharged and Intercooled,
^  …S = …s = w/Seawater Intercooler, …R = …r = w/Raw Water Intercooler.
^  -Fueling: c = Carbureted, i = Injected.
^  -Fueling: M = Mechanical Injection, iI = Integral Injector, Cr = Common Rail, E = Electronic Injection.
kW = Kilowatts, HP = Horsepower, BHP = Brake Horsepower, MHP = Metric Horsepower.
@RPM = Power Ratings @ Revolutions Per Minute.
YEARS MFR’d: Beginning-Ending, Trailing “–” (Dash) without an Ending Date = Still in Production.

996.6cc / 60.84ci

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford ? (105E) As uI-4−⊗ 80.963mm 48.412mm 3.1875in 1.906in 996.6cc / ⊗L / 60.84ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? (105E) − ⊗ Aw N-c 1959-1967
? (105E) − ⊗ As N-c 39 5000 1959-1967
WATERMOTA
Sea Wolf Mk 1 − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
NOTES: Pre-Crossflow head. Ford stroked this engine to get 1198cc (123E), 1340cc & 1500cc.
Watermota: Sea Wolfe Mk 1 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

1100cc / ⊗cc / ⊗ci

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford ? (?E) As uI-4−⊗ 80.963mm 48.412mm 3.1875in 1.906in 1100cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? (?E) − ⊗ Aw N-c 1968-19??
? (?E) − ⊗ As N-c 39 5000 1968-19??
WATERMOTA
Sea Wolf Mk 2 − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
NOTES: Crossflow head.
Watermota: Sea Wolf Mk 2 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

1200cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Base Engine As uI-4−⊗ 80.963mm 58.17mm 3.1875in 2.29in 1198cc / ⊗L / 73.09ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? (123E) − ⊗ Ds N-c 48.5 4800 1959?-1967
WATERMOTA
Sea Otter − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N-c 19??-19??
NOTES: Pre-Crossflow head. Stroked 996.6cc engine.
Watermota: Sea Otter Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

1500cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford ? Ds uI-4−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in 1500cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
MfrBRAND
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 1959?-1967
WATERMOTA
Model − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
Sea Tiger Mk 1 − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
NOTES: Pre-Crossflow head.
Watermota: Sea Tiger Mk 1 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

1600cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford ? Ds uI-4−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in 1600cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 1968-19??
WATERMOTA
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
Sea Tiger Mk 2 − ⊗ Ds N 1968-19??
NOTES: Crossflow head.
Watermota: Sea Tiger Mk 2 Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

??cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Ford ? Ds uI-4−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in ⊗cc / ⊗L / ⊗ci
FORD
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
WATERMOTA
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
Sea Leopard − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
NOTES:
Watermota: Sea Leopard Website. Brochure. SpecSheet. OpManual. Parts List. Service Manual.

??cc

BASE ENGINE DS CYL BORE STROKE BORE STROKE DISPLACEMENT
Base Engine Ds uI-⊗−⊗ ⊗mm ⊗mm ⊗in ⊗in ⊗L / ⊗ci
MfrBRAND
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
? − ⊗ Ds T 19??-19??
⇒ MARINIZER
MODEL − RATING DS ASP kW BHP MHP @RPM YEARS MFR'd
? − ⊗ Ds N 19??-19??
? − ⊗ Ds T 19??-19??
NOTES:

Table Under Development
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Watermota, Ltd.
2 Cavalier Rd
Heathfield Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 6TQ, UK
Phone: +44 1626 830910
Phone: 01626 830910
Fax: 01626 830911​
Website: www.watermota.co.uk
^ Contact Form: www.watermota.co.uk/contact
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2.3.1.1 – Laws: Canada.
2.3.1.2 – Laws: United States.
2.3.2 – Industry Standards.
2.3.2.1 – International Maritime Organization (IMO).
2.3.2.2 – International Standards Organization (ISO).
2.3.2.3 – American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC).
2.3.2.4 – National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
2.3.3 – Classification Societies.
2.3.3.1 – Lloyd’s Register.
2.3.3.2 – American Bureau of Shipping.
2.4 – Boat Building Tools & Equipment (Vendors, Specs, Manuals, Recalls, etc).
2.5 – Boat Materials (Vendors, Specs, Manuals, Recalls, etc).
2.5.1 – Wood.
2.5.2 – Metal.
2.5.3 – Ferrocement.
2.5.4 – Fiberglass.
2.6 – Boat Equipment (Vendors, Specs, Manuals, Reviews, Recalls, etc).
2.6.1 – Steering & Thrusters.
2.6.2 – Stabilizers & Trim Plates.
2.6.3 – Dewatering Devices.
2.6.4 – Galvanic Corrosion Protection.
2.6.5 – Hull Penetrations & Openings (Thru-Hulls, Scuttles, Skylights, Hatches, etc).
2.6.6 – Deck Hardware & Equipment.
2.6.6.1 – Ground Tackle.
2.6.6.2 – Commercial Fishing Gear.
2.6.7 – Rigging (Riggers).
2.6.7.1 – Sails (Sailmakers).
2.6.8 – Propulsion Machinery (Types, Configurations, Features, Control Systems, etc).
2.6.8.1 – Engines (Types & Vendors).
2.6.8.2 – Engine-to-Marine Gear Interfaces (SAE Specs, Damper Plates, Jackshafts, etc).
2.6.8.3 – Marine Gears (Mechanical, Hydraulic).
2.6.8.4 – Shafting (Propshafts, Couplings, Seals, Bearings, Struts, Keys, Nuts, etc).
2.6.8.5 – Propellers (Screws, Water Jets, Paddle Wheels, etc).
2.6.9 – Electrical Systems (Direct Current, Alternating Current, etc).
2.6.9.1 – Auxiliary Generators.
2.6.9.2 – DC-to-AC Invertors
2.6.10 – Domestic Systems.
2.6.10.1 – LPG Systems.
2.6.10.2 – Cabin Heating & Cooling.
2.6.10.3 – Galley Appliances (Refrigeration, Galley Stoves, LPG/CNG Systems).
2.6.10.4 – Water & Waste Systems.
2.6.10.5 – Trash Disposal.
2.6.10.5 – Furnishings (Cabinetry, furniture, Coverings, Entertainment, Weather, etc).
2.6.11 – Navigation & Communication Systems.
2.6.12 – Safety Equipment (PFDs, Life Rafts, Fire Ext., Alarms, Medical Kits).
2.6.13 – Personal Equipment.
2.6.13.1 – Diving (Commercial & Sport).
2.6.13.2 – Fishing (Sport).
2.6.13.3 – Sailing (Foul Weather Gear, Safety Harnesses, etc).
2.6.13.4 – Racing (Sail, Offshore Power, Powerboat, Hydroplane, etc).
2.6.13.5 – Watersports (Surfing, Skiing, Boarding, Tubing, etc).
2.6.14 – Boat Trailers.
2.7 – Marine Suppliers: Countries by Regions.
2.7.1 – Marine Suppliers: Canada.
2.7.2 – Marine Suppliers: United States.
2.8 – Boat Building Schools.
2.9 – Boat Builders (Model Specs, Manuals, Reviews, Recalls, etc).
2.9.1 – Boat Builders A~Z.
2.9.2 – Boat Builders by MIC (Manufacturer's Identification Code).
2.9.3 – Boat Builders: Countries by Regions.
2.9.3.1 – Boat Builders: Canada.
2.9.3.2 – Boat Builders: United States.
2.9.4 – Boat Builders by Vessel Types.
2.10 – Do-It-Yourself Boat Building.

15 – BOAT REFITTING (Fitting-Out, Repair, Repowering, etc).
15.1 – Refitters: Countries by Regions (Shipyards, Boatyards, Riggers, Shops, etc).
15.1.1 – Refitters: Canada.
15.1.2 – Refitters: United States.
15.2 – Boat Repair Schools (Hull, Systems, On-Board Equipment, Propulsion Machinery, etc).
15.3 – Do-It-Yourself Refitting (Installation, Maintenance, Troubleshooting, Repair, etc).
15.3.1 – DIY: Fundamentals.
15.3.1.1 – DIY: Tools, Usage, Safety, etc.
15.3.1.2 – DIY: Deterioration (Rot, Corrosion, Fatigue, etc).
15.3.1.3 – DIY: Troubleshooting, Failure Analysis, etc.
15.3.2 – DIY: Vessel Structure.
15.3.2.1 – DIY: Hull & Deck.
15.3.2.2 – DIY: Steering & Thrusters (Mechanical, Hydraulic, etc).
15.3.2.3 – DIY: Stabilizers & Trim Plates.
15.3.2.4 – DIY: Dewatering Devices.
15.3.2.5 – DIY: Galvanic Corrosion Protection.
15.3.2.6 – DIY: Hull Penetrations & Openings (Thru-Hulls, Scuttles, Skylights, Hatches, etc).
15.3.2.7 – DIY: Deck Hardware & Equipment.
15.3.2.7.1 – DIY: Ground Tackle (Anchors, Rode, Windlass, etc).
15.3.2.7.2 – DIY: Commercial Fishing Gear.
15.3.2.8 – DIY: Rigging.
15.3.2.8.1 – DIY: Sails.
15.3.3 – DIY: Propulsion Machinery (Control Systems, etc).
15.3.3.1 – DIY: Engines (Troubleshooting, Repair, Rebuilding vs Repowering, etc).
15.3.3.1.1 – DIY: Engine Mechanical (Pistons, Rods, Crankshafts, Blocks, Heads, Valves, etc).
15.3.3.1.2 – DIY: Engine Lubrication (Splash, Forced, Oil, Filtration, Additives, Oil Analysis, etc).
15.3.3.1.3 – DIY: Engine Fuel (Petrol/Gasoline, Diesel, CNG, etc).
15.3.3.1.4 – DIY: Engine Electrical (Starting, Charging, Instrumentation, etc).
15.3.3.1.5 – DIY: Engine Cooling (Air, Raw Water, Fresh Water, etc).
15.3.3.1.6 – DIY: Engine Exhaust (Dry, Wet, etc).
15.3.3.1.7 – DIY: Engine Mounting (Hard, Soft, etc).
15.3.3.2 – DIY: Engine-to-Marine Gear Interfaces (Adapters, Dampers, Jackshafts, etc).
15.3.3.3 – DIY: Marine Gears (Inboards, Inboard-Outboards, Outboards, Sail Drives, Pods, etc).
15.3.3.4 – DIY: Shafting (Shafts, Couplings, Joints, Thrust Bearings, Seals, Cutlass, Struts, etc).
15.3.3.5 – DIY: Propellers (Screws, Water Jets, Paddle wheels, etc).
15.3.4 – DIY: Electrical Systems.
15.3.4.1 – DIY: Direct Current.
15.3.4.2 – DIY: Alternating Current.
15.3.4.3 – DIY: Auxiliary Generators.
15.3.4.4 – DIY: DC to AC Inverters.
15.3.5 – DIY: Domestic Systems.
15.3.5.1 – DIY: LPG systems.
15.3.5.2 – DIY: Cabin Heating & Cooling.
15.3.5.3 – DIY: Galley Appliances.
15.3.5.4 – DIY: Water Systems.
15.3.5.5 – DIY: Trash Disposal.
15.3.5.6 – DIY: Furnishings (Cabinetry, furniture, Coverings, Entertainment, Weather, etc).
15.3.6 – DIY: Nav & Comm Systems (Charts, Compass, GPS, Radar, Lts, Flares, EPIRB, VHF, etc).
15.3.7 – DIY: Safety Equipment (PFDs, Firefighting, Alarms, etc).
15.3.8 – DIY: Personal Equipment (Diving, Fishing, Sailing, Racing, Watersports, etc).
15.3.9 – DIY: Tenders.
15.3.10 – DIY: Boat Trailers.

16 – MEDIA w/Creator Directory (Authors, Editors, Publishers, etc) + Lending Library.
16.1 – Articles (w/Reviews).
16.2 – Books (w/Reviews).
16.3 – Magazines (w/Reviews).
16.4 – Product Documentation (SpecSheets, Installation Drawings, Manuals, Parts Books, etc).
16.5 – Videos (Movies, etc. w/Reviews).
16.6 – Websites (w/Reviews & Links).


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