WaterMota has been supplying the marine industry with engine room packages since 1911.
As promised, WaterMota Ltd turned up at the London Boat Show earlier this month with two new engines from value for money Korean manufacturer Daewoo . The engines are so popular with commercial operators that the Benelux distributor has reported the sale of 35 units over the Christmas period.
Seawork regulars WaterMota Ltd return to Seawork from new premises at Newton Abbot in Devon which were opened in recent festivities attended by representatives from Daewoo, Dong-I, JMP, Westerbeke, Twin Disc, ZF, Maritime Journal andothers. The official ribbon cutting was conducted by James Grazebrook, past president of the British Marine Federation and president of National Boat Shows .
Seawork exhibitor WaterMota isgoing from strength to strength supplying Daewoo engines for workboat applications across the British Isles. In terms of both volume and variety, WaterMota's achievements with the Daewoo brand are nothing short of stunning.
Trefjar Ltd of Iceland, builders of the Cleopatra range of fast fishing, charter angling, harbour launches, survey vessels and general purpose workboats, have signed an exclusive agreement with Devon UK based WaterMota Ltd to look after their interests in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Two exhibitors at Seawork 2006 are responsible for power and propulsion on sister ships Mercuria and Sapele, which have recently entered service on London's River Thames.
Two British companies travelled to Rotterdam Maritime last month to complete the sale of two Daewoo marine engines by South Devon based WaterMota Ltd to Williams Marine & Port Services Ltd ofPembroke Port in Wales. The eight cylinder, 15 litre Daewoo V158TIH engines will re-power Williams' 19m Multi-cat type vessel Seahorse as part of a complete refit for the workboat.
Seawork regular exhibitor WaterMota Ltd has been going from strength to strength in its role as UK distributor for the extremely popular Doosan marine engines and generators, Dong-I reversing gearboxes, PTOs and steering systems, Westerbeke engines and gensets as well as JMP flexible impeller pumps.
Following a busy and successful 2009, South Devon based WaterMota Ltd continues to grow with new customers, products and personnel.
Devon UK based marine engine and generator specialist WaterMota has signed an agreement with Danish based BUKH enabling it to sell SOLAS approved engines.
Seawork visitors will have the opportunity to view the latest engines from Hyundai SeasAll, Doosan and Westerbeke, on display with engine and generator specialist WaterMota at Seawork 2011.
Devon UK based marine propulsion specialist WaterMota celebrated its 100th anniversary last month only a few weeks after another successful appearance, with a greatly expanded presence, at Seawork 2011.
Netherlands based WhisperPower has appointed WaterMota Ltd as its exclusive distributor for the marine markets in the United Kingdom with immediate effect.
Seawork visitors will have the opportunity to view the latest engines from Doosan Infracore, Hyundai SeasAll, Crafstman Marine and Whisper Power on display with engine, generator and gearbox specialist WaterMota at Seawork 2012.
Propulsion specialists, WaterMota took several orders for Doosan engines at Seawork this year – revealing that the emphasis is still on the growing market in windfarm support vessels.
An upturn in commercial requirements and a growing demand for unsophisticated engines has led to a surge in demand for Doosan engines.
Engine, gearbox and generator specialist WaterMota has delivered main engines, generators, propulsion drives and associated equipment for a new 16m tug under construction for the Nigerian Navy in Nigeria’s Naval Shipyard in Port Harcourt.
Long running Seawork exhibitor, marine engine, gearbox and generator specialist, WaterMota, has signed two new dealer agreements.
For Korean company Hyundai SeasAll, the marine division of Hyundai Kia Motor Corporation, innovation and making the most of new technology is a key selling point.
Watermota sold two engines before Seawork even opened this year – two Doosan LO86TIH engines bound for Meercat Workboats in a deal concluded during the first day of the show.
The latest Needles Pleasure Cruises craft has been launched and is now in service, powered by Doosan engines supplied by WaterMota.