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Mariner or Mercury outboard spares   Do you need some Mariner or Mercury outboard spares in the UK? Are you looking for a Mariner or Mercury impeller or a Mariner or Mercury fuel filter or perhaps some sparking plugs? In fact any spare parts for your Mariner or Mercury outboard? Do you require advice on which parts you may need? We send Mariner or Mercury spares by mail order not just across the UK but also worldwide. As well as this we give free technical advice too! We supply Mariner or Mercury parts for Mariner or Mercury outboards from the 1970’s to the present day. For more information or to order simply call us on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
Mariner and Mercury outboard servicing   Mariner and Mercury outboard servicing in Brighton, East Sussex and surrounding area. As an authorised Mariner dealer, we service both Mariner and Mercury outboards at our workshop in Brighton. If you are not able to bring your outboard to us, then we can service your Mariner or Mercury outboard at your home or elsewhere, including at Brighton Marina, throughout Sussex and beyond! Please call us on 01273 603322 to book a service or if your engine is a smaller model, then simply bring it along to our workshop.  
VariMAX FWV40HT / FWV45HT / FWV55HT   The Motorguide VariMAX electric outboard motors are state of the art. Please click ‘View Details’ for images. These superb, digitally controlled, 12 volt electric outboards come in three different powers, ranging from the FWV40HT30 which produces up to 40lbs thrust through the 45lbs thrust FWV45HT36, and up to the superb FWV55HT36, which develops 55lbs thrust. They feature BluVis digital controllers, which allow the thrust to be varied in almost infinite steps, so that you can always select the perfect speed. As well as giving excellent control, they also maximise the power from the battery (external and supplied separately if required) and give up to three times the running time of a conventional electric outboard. A new feature is the simple push / pull, forwards / reverse, telescopic, twist grip throttle control. No more thinking which way do I have to twist it to go forwards! Not only that, but there is a 10 stage display showing in 10% increments the engine speed. It is important to note that there are 270 different actual settings, giving the almost infinite speed adjustment, but of course 270 is far too many to display! The running depth and the angle of the engine may be quickly altered as the bracket features quick, press to adjust, trim angle and depth adjustments plus quick adjust steering friction. No screw knobs to lose! The bracket uses the Taper-Lock mount, which results in less play than the other mounts. The larger diameter aluminium shaft ensures maximum durability and strength. When the motor is turned off, the BluVis display lights up for 3 seconds showing the remaining battery voltage. The twist grip speed control handle is telescopic for better comfort, and the complete head assembly may be turned using an Allen key, in relation to the shaft, if the motor is mounted on the bow or perhaps on the side of the boat. To further increase efficiency, a special three blade propeller is fitted as standard. The 40lbs and 55lbs thrust models come in two different shaft lengths, 30’’ and 36’’ for the FWV40HT model and 36’’ and 42’’ for the FWV55HT model. Most popular by far are the shorter versions of each model. These new electric outboards are undoubtedly the best on the market! For more details or our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
F2.5M - F3.5M / ML   The Mariner F2.5M and F3.5M four stroke engines offer a twist grip throttle, and a lever operated clutch for maximum operator convenience. The F3.5M version is also available in long shaft, to enable it to be fitted with transoms of about 20’’ in height and is very popular as a lightweight auxiliary engine for power craft up to 19’ in length. Of course, although the smallest in the Mariner range of outboard engines, for peace of mind they all come with a five year warranty as standard. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
F4M-F4ML / F4ML Sailmate   The Mariner 4hp four stroke for operator convenience offers forward, neutral and reverse gears, twist grip throttle, a low oil pressure warning light and, for when navigating in waters with little depth, shallow water drive. The Mariner F4 has an integral fuel tank plus a socket to accept a remote fuel tank. The F4ML is a long shaft model and is especially popular as an auxiliary engine on RIBs and fishing craft. A special version also available is the Mariner F4ML Sailmate, which is designed for pushing heavy displacement boats, such as yachts. This is fitted with a special large blade area, fine pitch propeller and has additional exhaust relief ports that when using reverse, allow the exhaust gases to escape underwater without interfering with the propeller. The Mariner 4hp Sailmate is available in long shaft only. If a client requires a battery charging and / or the special high thrust propeller, these may be fitted as extras to the Mariner F4M and F4ML but comes as standard with the F4ML Sailmate . The high thrust propeller of the Sailmate version may be fitted to the F4M and F4ML models, which often enhances their performance to make them superb emergency back-up engines for power craft. Finally, for all private users, there is also the reassurance of a five year, parts and labour warranty. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
8hp / 9.9hp   The four stroke 209cc 8hp and 9.9hp Mariner engines weigh from just 38.1kg, making them popular with inflatable boat users. They feature a multi function tiller arm, which incorporates the gear shift functions in the twist grip throttle, resulting in one handed steering, throttle and gear operation. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
15hp / 20hp   The Mariner 15hp 4-stroke, uses the same overhead cam, 351cc block and running gear as the 20hp model. Both come in various guises including the F15M / F20M standard shaft, hand starting, tiller control models, and of course the long shaft equivalent F15ML and F20ML versions. If electric start is wanted, then full remote control versions are available, including the F15EL long shaft and the F20E standard shaft. Power tilt is also offered on remote, electric starting, long shaft models, the F15ELPT and the F20ELPT. Since their introduction, they have quickly established a reputation for good performance and reliability. As you would expect of such a modern design, these engines are very quiet and extremely economical. On the tiller control models, for maximum convenience one handed operation is achieved as the gear shift is incorporated into the throttle twist grip. Easy to operate, and just as important, the tiller control manual starting models are incredibly easy to start. Unlike some competitors, both the Mariner 15hp and the 20hp have a very low effort recoil starter, allowing almost anyone to start the engine even from cold. Also do not forget that for private use, all Mariner outboards including these 15hp and 20hp models, come with a five year, parts and labour warranty. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
25M/4   The 4-stroke Mariner 25hp is quiet and economical. The range topping 25ELPT/4 has full remote control, electric start and power trim and tilt. All the other models feature gas assist tilt, enabling the engine tilted with ease. All the electric start models are remote control, and the manual start versions are tiller control. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
F40ELPT EFI   Unusually, the Mariner F40ELPT EFI 40hp outboard is a purpose designed outboard, as the 747cc, fuel injected powerhead is not shared with any other model. As a result the engine benefits for quietness and both excellent performance and excellent fuel economy. Of course also standard is an enviable reputation for reliability. The Mariner F40ELPT EFI has full remote control, electric start, and power trim and tilt as standard. As with previous mariner 40hp outboards, this fuel injected, low emission model has proved equally popular with both commercial users and private users. For private users the manufacturers five year warranty covering both parts and labour, is the final icing on the cake! For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
F50ELPT EFI - F60ELPT EFI - F60ELPT EFI Big Foot   The Mariner F50ELPT EFI 50hp and the Mariner F60ELPT EFI share the same smooth running, 4 cylinder, 995cc, fuel-injected powerhead. Also available is the Mariner F60ELPT EFI Big Foot, which has a 2.33:1 ratio gearbox, allowing it to use a large diameter, slow turning propeller that is ideal for heavy boats. Being super quiet, very fuel efficient, and with excellent performance and reliability, the latest Mariner 50hp and 60hp outboards take some beating! Power trim and tilt and remote electric starting are standard. These engines have proved very popular with commercial users due to their durability and reliability in even the most arduous of conditions. For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
80hp / 100hp / 115hp   These superb Mariner four stroke outboards come in 80hp, 100hp and 115hp outputs. They all share the 1,732cc powerhead that has been developed from the similar capacity supercharged Verado 200hp engine. As a consequence, tremendous durability and reliability is assured as the Mariner F80ELPT EFI, F100ELPT EFI and even the F115ELPT EFI are all working way below the maximum limits for which the engine has been designed. Very low noise levels and extremely smooth running are also inherent. By combining a highly efficient twin overhead camshaft driving four valves per cylinder, with an excellent electronic fuel injection system, the result is a blend of superb performance and fuel economy. The 50 amp, fully regulated alternator is able to supply enough charging power for almost any situation! The old 1,598cc carburettored models were great engines, but Mariner have managed to make these fuel injected outboards even better! As before they are proving very popular, especially with commercial operators, many of whom use the engine on one year as much as the average private user would take ten years to achieve! For our special discount price, please call OUTBOARDS-DIRECT of BRIGHTON on 01273-603322 or e-mail us via the ‘Contact Us’ button towards the top left of this page. e.&o.e. ©  
  MARINER 135HP - 250HP  
135L OPTIMAX - 150L OPTIMAX - 175L OPTIMAX   Description to follow soon  
200L OPTIMAX - 225L OPTIMAX   Description to follow soon  
Emissions Regulations: The Truth   There has been, and still is a lot of serious misinformation concerning the EU 2006 emission regulations. Firstly, these are the ONLY regulations that affect recreational outboards sold in the UK and the rest of the EU. Engines used for commercial operations, safety boats etc., do not fall under the scope of these regulations. In simple terms, all new outboards sold in the EU for recreational use after 31st December 2006 have to comply with the EU2006 emission regulations. Regarding NEW outboard motors, the only engines currently capable of meeting these regulations are Direct Fuel Injected, spark ignition, two strokes (for example, the Evinrude E-TEC range) and spark ignition four stroke engines. Only these engines are able to meet the new standards and consequently are the only outboards which may be manufactured within, or imported into the EU now for recreational use. No compression ignition engines meet the regulations. Spark ignition means all engines powered by petrol / gas, whilst compression ignition means engines powered by diesel. However, contrary to popular belief, ALL outboard motors in use prior to the implementation of the new standard CAN continue to be used until they fall apart! The new directive does not ban the use of conventional 2-strokes, imported / manufactured within the EU prior to 2007. It is important to note that non-compliant outboard engines, such as any conventional carburettor two stroke outboard engines that have been imported into or manufactured within the E.U. from 1st January 2007 onwards may ONLY be sold and used by non-recreational users for the entire life of the outboard. It has always been possible that an authority in charge of a particular area may impose their own local regulations. This applies primarily on inland waterways, and is most common on reservoirs, which often ban all engines except electric. So to reiterate, modern new technology two strokes such as the Evinrude E-Tec range along side the latest four stroke outboards motors meet the EU emission regulations and may be used throughout the E.U. by any user subject to local regulations. e.&.o.e. ©  
EU 2006 Standard   EU 2006 Emissions Standards Label represents conformity to the EU emissions standards proposed by the Commission of the European Communities on 12th October 2000. IT IS THE ONLY EMISSION STANDARD THAT AFFECTS UK AND EU ENGINES. All other emission standards are irrelevant for the UK and the rest of the EU (for example EPA 2006, CARB 2004 /2008). The EU2006 standards will only affect the SUPPLY of NEW outboards for ‘RECREATIONAL’ use. By ‘recreational’, the regulators exclude engines for commercial registered vessels and racing engines. This text only is only with regard to recreational engines. ALL engines sold PRIOR to the full implementation of the standards on the dates shown below, may continue to be used. Effectively, after 31st December 2006, any NEW spark ignition two stroke outboard motor which does not meet the EU 2006 standards, (basically conventional carburettor / E.F.I. 2-strokes) will cease to be imported / manufactured into the EU. However, any engines held in stock by EU importers or dealers, which have been tax paid, are exempt, in the same way as though they had been sold prior to the regulations. Equally, only spark ignition four stroke and compression ignition (diesel) outboards, which meet the regulations, may be sold from 31st December 2005, with the same exemption about stock units. It should be noted that the spark ignition four stroke and compression ignition engines are required to meet the regulations a year earlier than spark ignition 2-strokes. (For more details see "Emissions: The Truth") Unlike the EPA and CARB standards, the EU 2006 standard covers three constituents of exhaust emissions, and noise levels. The exhaust emissions included are nitrous oxide and hydrocarbons (as included in EPA & CARB standards) plus carbon monoxide. Consequently the EU 2006 standard is the most difficult to attain compared with EPA and CARB. Unlike the US standards that allow a percentage of ‘dirty’ engines to be sold, the EU 2006 standard will affect EVERY NEW engine sold in the EU. The EU 2006 standard is also the only standard that also covers noise levels for outboards. It should be noted that the EU2006 standard also affects inboard engines in a similar manner to outboards. e.&.o.e. ©  
EPA 2006 (U.S.)   EPA 2006 Standards label shows compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency exhaust emission standards. It covers nitrous oxide and hydrocarbon emissions. Conventional 2-strokes are unable to meet these standards. EPA standards are an indication of low emissions, but have no official status in the UK. e.&o.e. ©  
CARB 2004 / 2008 (U.S.)   CARB standards are an indication of low emissions, but have no official status in the UK or the EU. CARB 2004 Two Star label (Very Low Emissions) and CARB 2008 Three Star label (Ultra Low Emissions) represents compliance with the California Air Resources Board standards, which will be implemented in 2004 and 2008 respectively. These standards are very strict, with the two star CARB 2004 standards representing 20% lower emissions than the EPA 2006 standards whilst the ultra strict CARB 2008 standards, represented by the three star label, represents a phenomenal 65% reduction of nitrous oxide (NO) and hydrocarbon emissions compared to the EPA 2006 standards. Presently, the three star CARB 2008 standards have the lowest limits FOR THE GASES THEY REPRESENT, compared with EPA 2006 and EU 2006 standards. Please note that the EU 2006 standard also includes carbon monoxide (CO) and noise emissions. As the CARB standards do not measure CO, they are able to have a lower nitrous oxide limit as there is a direct relation between Nitrous oxide and carbon monoxide. If the output of one is lowered, the quantity of the other is raised. In the USA the regulators are not concerned with carbon monoxide (even though it is a lethal, odourless and colourless gas!) and thus have set the nitrous oxide limit extremely low. The effect of this is that although the engines may be adjusted to meet this limit, the carbon monoxide output level has increased dramatically. Consequently, the EU 2006 European standard is actually much more difficult to meet than the CARB standards. Compared to old 1998 limits, CARB 2008 limits are 90% lower! e.&.o.e. ©  
Return of goods under D.S.R.   Goods purchased under the Distance Selling Regulations (D.S.R.). To return any goods we supply to which the Distance Selling Regulations apply, you must advise us within fourteen days of receipt of the goods that you are returning the goods. The return of the goods and all freight and other costs associated with the return of the goods will be your responsibility. It is your responsibility to ensure that the goods kept in good condition whilst in your possession and are packaged suitably for safe transit back to ourselves. We are able to arrange for the goods to be collected if required, but the cost will remain your responsibility. If we have to arrange suitable packing before the goods can be transported back to ourselves, all costs will be your responsibility. If we receive the goods in a damaged or devalued condition, we reserve the right to charge you all costs associated with carrying out any repairs of the goods to restore them to their original condition or reduce to the refund payment by the amount of the reduction in value. Please note that the Distance Selling Regulations only apply to private clients, and do not apply to any businesses, clubs, associations, trade or other commercial customers. Your statutory rights are not affected. To contact us, please call 01273-603322 and speak with Charles Oakley, or write to us at Oakley Motor Units Ltd., Oakley House, Edward Street, Brighton, UK. BN2 0BA. To e-mail us, please use sales@outboards-direct. co.uk. If e-mailing us, please note that until you receive a reply confirming that we understand that you no longer require the goods, that we may not have received your e-mail. Our VAT number is 190 1062 96. The registered office is Oakley Motor Units Ltd., Oakley House, Edward Street, Brighton, UK. BN2 0BA and our company registration, recorded in London is 638519. Full conditions sale relating to the sale of any goods by us are available on request.  
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