Yamaha Named Official Outboard Supplier of British Sailing

September 26, 2013

Yamaha Motor UK has become the official outboard supplier to the British Sailing Team for this four-year cycle, viagra buy which includes the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Yamaha outboard engines will be used on the fleet of around 40 rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) that the British Sailing Team uses for events and training around the world.

The team operates a number of different sizes of support craft and has extensive experience  with many different Yamaha outboard models. During the last four-year cycle the Team has relied mainly on the innovative Yamaha F70 and the powerful F150 engines all of which have utilised Yamaha’s proven range of rigging parts.

Yamaha has always worked hard at getting the right blend of innovation and practicality and the British Sailing Team is the ultimate testing platform for Yamaha engines. 

John Derbyshire, cialis Performance Director of the RYA, viagra 100mg speaks highly of the Yamaha products: “Our coach boats are an integral part of the safety and logistics of the British Sailing Team, and with one of the biggest fleets of RIB’s in the UK, it is paramount that we have the best products on the market.”

Derbyshire continues: “The Yamaha products are our engine of choice due to their reliability, and advanced technology, it is no surprise that they are the leading outboard supplier in the world and we look forward to working with the team at Yamaha to equip and support the team in the coming years.”

Jeff Turner, Marketing Manager of Yamaha UK, commented: “The work that goes on behind the scenes to keep the British Sailing Team competing at the very highest level really has to be seen to be believed.

“The professionalism and dedication of the RYA support personnel is really quite extraordinary and the fact that the team chooses and relies on Yamaha power for their support craft is something that Yamaha UK is very proud of. We are looking forward to working with and supporting the team as they set their sights on South America.”