John Deere Marine Engines are at Home on the Water
Whether you're relaxing on your yacht or hard at work — worrying about your propulsion or generator engine is the last thing you want to do. That's why recreational and commercial boat owners have been relying on John Deere engines for more than 30 years. John Deere PowerTech™ engines are powerful, reliable, quiet, and fuel efficient. And they are backed by our vast service and support network that can keep you operating — no matter where you go.
When you can't see the shore, reliability takes on a whole new meaning. However, with more than 4,000 John Deere service locations worldwide, you're never far from help when you need it. John Deere marine engines serve the unique needs of marine applications and share the same reputation for quality and performance that their agricultural and industrial counterparts have enjoyed for decades. When you choose John Deere, you get the support of one of the strongest engine and equipment companies in the world.
See for yourself why more boat operators power their vessels with John Deere.
Marine Tier 3 Engines
John Deere Power Systems is pleased to announce new Marine Tier 3 PowerTechTM 4.5L and 6.8L propulsion and generator-drive engines. John Deere will meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Marine Tier 3 emissions regulations that began to take effect in 2009 based on cylinder displacement and power per displacement. These engines also will achieve compliance with International Maritime Organization Tier II emissions regulations and EU 97/68/EC.Learn more
Boat owners and captains around the world rely on John Deere engines — several of our customers share insight into what aspects of our engines they value. Their vessels span a variety of types, from small yachts to deep blue workboats.View our Customer Profiles
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