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hardensheetmetal posted 01-09-2001 08:37 PM ET (US)   Profile for hardensheetmetal   Send Email to hardensheetmetal  
I was reading an article about a diesel outboard manufacturer in the April 1980 Small Boat Journal, The motor was manufactured in Italy by Carniti-Ruggerini. I was wondering if anyone knew of any other manufacturers or if any of the larger manufacturers had ever produced any for the public?
dgp posted 01-09-2001 08:51 PM ET (US)     Profile for dgp  Send Email to dgp     
Yanmar makes a 27 and 36 HP commercial marine diesel outboard. Don
hardensheetmetal posted 01-09-2001 09:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for hardensheetmetal  Send Email to hardensheetmetal     
Don -
They are interesting, not that I am considering one but the are less heavy than I expected, have you ever seen one run? I would imagine the 36 costs about $5000 - $6000.
Dick posted 01-09-2001 10:42 PM ET (US)     Profile for Dick  Send Email to Dick     
No prices but all the specs are at "" & ""
I am sure the price is many$$$$$$.
Look good though. Yanmar has a great reputation in our area for inboard power but none of the outboards around.
compounder posted 01-10-2001 03:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for compounder  Send Email to compounder     
I don't know a thing about sailboats, but living on the ICW I've watched thousands of them going by. I have seen several with Yanmar diesel outboards attached at the stern. The last was a huge catamaran (sp?)motoring along with a Yanmar 36 powering it. Sounded pretty much like a two-stroke gas engine and no smoke was noticeable. The different brand name on the cowling really caught my eye though!

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