Outboard engine OXE KRETA

outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
outboard engine
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outboard, propulsion
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Tier II

Min.: 150 ch (150 hp)

Max.: 200 ch (200 hp)


OXE DIESEL KRETA Kreta is the Swedish translation for the island of Crete. According to Greek legend, Poseidon brought forth from the ocean a snow-white bull for King Minos, confirming his absolute right to rule. Deeming the Cretan Bull too fine a specimen to sacrifice as commanded by the sea god, Minos kept it for himself. OXE Marine has taken this name and attributed it to our OXE Diesel Kreta. The Kreta presents superyacht tender boats a significant improvement and unparalleled mastery of range, fuel efficiency, maintenance, safety and manoeuvrability – as well as ease of refuelling directly from the yacht. It is designed for those who demand reliability at all times. OXE Diesel innovation cannot be compared to anything on the market today and fills a new segment within the marine industry. The OXE is the world’s first high-performance diesel outboard. It combines the reliability and endurance of marine inboards with the flexibility and agility of outboard engines. It is the only outboard available that complies with EPA Tier-3, IMO Tier II and RCD emissions and environmental standards. It is designed and built for the commercial user after their demands and is the perfect match for tender engines as it can be refuelled directly from the yacht. Features Diesel engine Low-Speed Control Fuel economy CAN-based helm control system Dual helm capability Joystick capability Robust modular design Low drag propulsion housing Directly replaceable with other outboards Quick shiſt capable Technical data – OXE Kreta Engine type: - Diesel, L4 Displacement: - 2.0 L Intake: - Turbocharged, intercooled Torque: - 380 - 415 Nm at 2500 rpm


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