The first of three EdgeWater 268cc gunboats was recently received at the Special Missions Training facility at the US Navy's Little Creek Amphibious Base in Virginia Beach, VA.  The SpecialMissionsTrainingCenter schools Navy and other special operations personnel in the use of high speed craft maneuvering and weapons systems.  The 268cc's will be fitted with one 12.7mm machine gun in the bow, two 7.62mm machine guns on the port and starboard gunwales, and a 40mm grenade machine gun at the stern.  EdgeWat ...

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A United States Navy commercial 247cc is tested & certified for lifting specification before being delivered to a Navy facility in Norfolk, Virginia and U.S. Park Service 245cc patrol boat stands ready for the trip to its eventual home in the Biscayne National Park in South Florida.  These are the latest military & law enforcement boats to come off the commercial production line at EdgeWater Power Boats. 

Roger Taylor heads-up the commercial division spearheading the Federal effort while w ...

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Edgewater, FL - July 30, 2009 - EdgeWater Power Boats was recognized by the National Marine Manufacturers Association for outstanding customer service in 2009, a 6th consecutive year. The Marine Industry CSI Awards program honors participating manufacturers that actively measure customer satisfaction and pursue continuous improvement to better serve their customers. The award is presented by the National Marine manufacturers Association and is based on the new boat customer satisfaction survey measure ...

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E10 FUEL STORAGE/WINTERIZING

FUEL TANK

The storage and winterizing of E10 ethanol blended fuel is the same for non-blended fuel. Add fuel stabilizer amount sufficient to treat full fuel tank. Adding fuel stabilizer eliminates the need to drain the fuel system or run the engine out of fuel. Fill the fuel tank(s) to 95% full to allow for fuel expansion and contraction. Finally, seal/close the tank vent if possible after winterizing the engine.

OUTBOARD ENGINE

Remove the engine ...

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