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Marina Engines has grown to one of the largest supplier in the states. Marina Engines  prides itself on its customer service – we know how important it is to be taken care of and to have someone you can trust. Our Outboard department is staffed by experienced professionals that want to make sure you get the right outboard at the right time and at a fair price. Not only can our team answer your questions intelligently, they’ll help you find the outboard you need. Marina Engines  stocks many outboard, including Evinrude, Honda, Mercury, Suzuki, Tohatsu, Yamaha. We understand the importance of “more time on the water”, that is why we carry one of the largest selection of parts and motors for quick shipping to get you back on the water.

You may have noticed that our prices are some of the most competitive in the industry. Why? Because as an independent  online supplier, we are able to go straight to the manufacturers, and bypass the agents, importers, wholesalers and distributors that are usually part of the retail process. By cutting out these expensive middlemen, we can pass the savings on to you, where they belong.

❝ We are a US  supplier with branches in Europe Asia and Australia, online specialty supplier outboard motors. We deliver the personalized service of the best local shops, but with a dynamic, interactive experience only possible on the web — specially designed to make you knowledgeable and confident about every product we sell.❞

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Frequently Asked

An outboard motor is a boat engine that is located outside of the hull. This type of motor can be mounted onto a transom, or it may ride on top of the stern. An inboard/engine takes up space inside your boat's hull and cannot be removed from the water when not in use.

You can start outboard motors in many different ways. The most common is the pull cord and electric start. A few modern engines also come with a remote that can be used to turn on or start your engine without having to be near it. All you have to do is push a button and the motor will turn on.

The biggest advantage of an outboard motor is that you can take it on and off the boat. This makes it very simple to store and transport. In addition, outboards give excellent maneuverability, which is why they are the favorite of many boaters.

The life of an engine usually depends on the level of care it receives. However, it will typically last many years, with proper maintenance and storage during off-seasons.

Turned the key and nothing happens? That's the worst. If the engine isn't starting, there are a few different possibilities as to why. Maybe your battery is dead or your spark plugs are wet and not igniting. It could possibly be your fuel supply, your ignition isn't working or maybe the starter itself. Most trained technicians can tell you in a matter of minutes what the issue is based off of the noises your engine is or isn't making.

There is no one simple answer to this question. There are many factors which must be taken into account, most importantly is to never exceed the horsepower rating of the boat. Other factors to be taken into account are the weight of the boat, weight of passengers/gear, and your expected use of the boat (do you want to water ski? troll around your local lake? etc). To find the best "bang for your buck" please consult Marina Engines and discuss your needs with him/her. They will be more than happy to help you find the best outboard for your particular needs.

As with trying to choose the right horsepower, choosing the right propeller to fit your needs requires you to take a number of factors into account. We have put together a detailed section regarding propellers to help you determine which is the best prop for the job. Please bear in mind that there is no one magic answer that will absolutely guarantee that the prop you choose will give you the performance you expect; sometimes it's simply a matter of trying different props to determine which one will work best for your particular application.

Immediately shut down your outboard! Do not start your engine back up until the problem is corrected or you will overheat and severely damage your engine. First check that the telltale is not stopped up (using a wire or air pressure) and then check the water intake on your lower unit and make sure that it is unobstructed. If the water intake is clear then chances are your water pump impeller needs to be replaced or you have an obstruction inside your lower unit. Take your outboard to your nearest dealer for inspection.

You should inspect your water pump impeller each year before taking your boat out on the water. We recommend you change your impeller every year at a minimum depending on the amount of use you put on your outboard. One thing to remember is that even if you only use your outboard a couple of times a year you still need to have your impeller checked/replaced every year. Water pump impellers are made from rubber and will deteriorate over time even without being used (commonly referred to as "dry rot"); this can be just as damaging to your water pump as wear and tear.

When used in salt water we also recommend you lubricate the driveshaft splines and hardware while changing your water pump and the lower unit has been removed. This greatly reduces problems from salt corrosion on shaft splines and installation hardware.

Contact Info

Singapore Office:

49 JLN Pemimpin Singapore 577203 Floor 1

Turkey Office:

Tomtom, İstiklal Cd. No:187 D:147, 34434 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey

+90 546 101 6227

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