Cheetah Marine & Selva Marine join forces
Cheetah Marine and Selva Marine UK has joined forces to set up a sales and service centre for Selva's outboard engines.
The initial range of engines will consist of the Selva Dorado 996 cc at both 25hp and 30hp, the Selva Marlin 1596 cc at both 30hp and 50hp, and the Selva Tarpon 1741 cc rated at 40hp. This range of “continuously rated” motors will be available directly to commercial customers, Selva dealers and boat builders.
David Pougher, UK Agent for Selva UK, said: “This exciting partnership with Cheetah Marine will ensure that our commercial customers receive the optimum hp and kW rating, along with advice, support and the right level of service to suit this market.”
“We have always wanted a range of continuously rated outboard engines which suit the commercial operator. Selva now deliver exactly what is needed in key hp categories and deliver the power required,” added Sean Strevens, partner at Cheetah Marine. “The Selva range of continuously rated engines are high cubic capacity, running at lower RPM which makes licence KW requirements more realistic. These engines will also use less fuel and will have an increased engine life.”
As well as the sales process, Cheetah Marine will also offer spare parts, service and an engine exchange programme. All engines and spares will be held by Cheetah Marine and delivered to them directly from the Selva factory in Italy.
See Cheetah Marine on berths V50 and V51 at Seawork International in June.
First published in Boating Business
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