Diesel marine engines (sail)



Yanmar sailboat engines


Yanmar diesel engines are the lightest and toughest solutions available for sailboat inboard power. Smooth and quiet, innovative and built to last, the great reputation of these engines is well-deserved. Yanmar has been building diesel engines for nearly 100 years, always with the philosophy of developing more power for less weight. Yanmar has been the selection of choice for sail boaters since the 1960s and holds the majority share of this market.


Land-Sea Power carries the following lines of Yanmar Marine sailboat and small craft engines:


YM series (14 - 22 - 27 HP, 2 and 3 cylinders models)

4JH series (40 - 54 HP, 3 cylinder electronic engines)

4JH series (75 - 110 HP, 4 cylinder electronic engines)

4LHA series (160 - 240 HP, 4 cylinder electronic engines)

Dtorque Turbo Diesel Engine


The Neander Dtorque turbo diesel outboard engine sets a new benchmark in diesel engineering. The 804 ccm twin-cylinder aluminum powerhead delivers 50 hp at the propeller shaft. With a remarkable torque output, peaking at 111 Nm at 2,500 rpm, the Dtorque's performance surpasses even the leading 70 hp fuel injected, four-stroke gasoline outboards. It offers exceptional capability when powering heavy loads at low rpm, as well as enabling the boat to get on plane quickly. This can be achieved, with excellent fuel efficiency, averaging less than 12 litres per hour at wide open throttle


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