THE NEXT NANNI BOAT SHOWS IN SEPTEMBER
- Southampton - United Kingdom
- Genoa - Italy
- Auckland - New Zealand
- La Rochelle - France
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NANNI THE BEST CHOICE FOR THE SALMON FISHING IN ALASKA
Mavrik, the American shipyard chose Nanni to power four Bristol Bay 32 boats with N9.600 engines in Namjet.
The N9.600 engines of 6 cylinders in ligne and 9 litres, of 557 hp in 2500 rpm, are especially suitable for these professional boats for salmon fishing in Alaska.
This new partnership, between Mavrik and Nanni, was made possible thanks to the Nanni importer in Seattle, RDI Marine.
THE NEW NANNI PRODUCTS LAUNCHED IN CANNES YACHTING FESTIVAL 2018
Nanni has launched its new products in World Premiere during the last Cannes Yachting Festival, from September 11st to 16th 2018: two new engines and two new Sail Drives.
A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH FOR NANNI
NANNI is proud to announce a strategic new partnership with leading engine manufacturer from Sweden, SCANIA.
Both companies have decided to join forces, capitalising on their unique skills, to enhance opportunities for leisure and commercial marine ap- plications.
This agreement significantly strengthens NANNI’s product base, with an increased max-power-output now reaching 1200 hp, targeting vessels ranging from the size of 50 to 80 feet.
SCANIA engines benefit from the company’s impressive experience in truck and bus manufacturing, offer state of the art technology, best in class power-to-weight ratio, and outstanding fuel efficiency.
Nanni has developed two engines as part of their new Platinum series:
The Platinum Series engines will be packaged as a complete NANNI turnkey solution, handled and serviced through NANNI’s dedicated network worldwide, and will be compliant with the latest emission regulations, such as EPA tier 3 and RCD2.
This is a new Era in marine propulsion: NANNI and their partners are delighted to be part of it!
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