Suzuki GB’s Pro Fishing team, led by brand ambassador Will Parkinson, has won the inaugural Sea Angling Classic fishing competition that recently took place on the Solent.
After almost 10,000 miles of navigation aboard a Nuova Jolly Prince 38CC RIB, powered by twin DF300B outboards, Italian Skipper Sergio Davì recently completed his Ocean-to-Ocean RIB adventure, which has taken him 519 hours and 32 minutes from Marina Arenella in Palermo to San Pedro in Los Angeles.
We are pleased to be returning to Seawork (stand Q6, 21 – 23 June) with an exciting array of commercial outboard motors and boat packages on display, which includes the world launch of several new boats.
Suzuki has extended its sponsorship of the MK Dons football club, in a deal that will run until the end of the 2023/24 season. The new deal will take the partnership between the two to the 10-year mark, demonstrating Suzuki's long-term commitment to the club and the Milton Keynes community.
Suzuki GB is once again pleased to offer all owners of electronic fuel-injected Suzuki outboards a free health check when they book a service with an authorised Suzuki dealer from the 1st February to the 31st March 2022.
Suzuki GB’s Marine Division is kicking off 2022 with some pre-season exhibition activity at the BoatLife Live show at the NEC (17 – 20 Feb) and the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show at Farnborough (26 – 27 Feb).
Suzuki is introducing three new models to its range in the form of the DF140B, DF115B and the DF100C. These new outboards are mechanically controlled and replace the out-going DF140A, DF115A and DF100B models.
Suzuki is delighted to confirm that it will continue its sponsorship of the RYA Dinghy Show as the event expands to include Watersports and heads to a new venue at Farnborough International for the first time on the weekend of 26-27 February 2022.
As 2021 draws to a close, we take a look back at a successful return to the Southampton Boat Show
Suzuki GB’s Marine Division is pleased to be heading back to the Southampton Boat Show this September along with a number of its partner Dealers and Boat Builders.
Suzuki has developed a world first innovation within their outboards which is a device that collects micro-plastic waste whilst operating the outboard. It collects micro-plastic waste from seawater pumped through the engine as part of its cooling system. The device can be easily installed and does not affect the engine performance since it only utilizes the returning water that has already been used to cool the engine.
Visit the Suzuki booth at the virtual RYA Dinghy Show to find out just what makes them the ultimate outboards