Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to be returning to Seawork (stand Q6, 11 – 13 June) with an exciting array of commercial outboard motors and boat packages on display, which includes the UK debut of an innovative new accessory - its new Multi-Function Display screens.
Suzuki’s aim with this new premium accessory is to provide the ultimate connectivity in order to unite the helmsman with the surrounding environment and make driving any workboat easier.
This is achieved through valuable features such as chart plotter, radar, fish finder and weather information via an internet connection. On top of that, this new screen gives drivers access to all Suzuki engine data, so they can easily and quickly see the performance of the outboard/s in one clear view in real time.
Unlike other display screens on the market, that can only show engine data alone, Suzuki’s new Multi-Function Display can be set up to show a split-screen combination of engine and environmental information.
In addition, there are various options to enable digital switching to control things like navigation lights, trim tabs and multi-beam sonar as well as full connectivity with other systems such as FUSION marine entertainment systems (SMD12/16 only). This means that customers can build and customise their systems with the best sensors and technologies to suit their needs.
The stylish new display unit features a glass top design, and multi-touch controls. It comes in a variety of sizes (7, 9, 12 and 16-inch screens) as well as a number of mounting options, to suit any boat and console configuration.
Suzuki powered workboats on the water
In addition, clients can expect to see a wide selection of Suzuki-powered boats from a number of trusted Dealers, Boat Builders and partners, including:
1. New Coulam Wheelyboat V17 powered by a DF60A outboard (Berth VA25)
2. Coulam V29 ‘landingcraft’ powered by twin DF200A outboards (Berth VA26)
3. Ribcraft 7m airport fire and rescue tender powered by twin DF115A outboards (Berth VA23)
4. New Ribcraft 9.5m cabin RIB to be handed over to Northumberland Inshore Fisheries & Conservation Authority, powered by twin DF250A outboards (Berth VA24)
5. Humber 6.5m powered by a DF140A (Berth VA21)
6. Ultimate Boat Company 7.5m powered by twin DF150AP outboards (Berth VA19)
7. Island RIBs 7.5m powered by a DF200AP (Berth VA18)
8. Kingfisher Cat 6.7m powered by twin DF200A outboards (Berth VA20)