Your fuel of choice

Introducing the Dtorque 50, the world’s only 50hp Diesel Outboard. Made by marine professionals, for marine professionals.

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The professional’s preferred option

Oil & Gas Applications Oil & Gas Applications The Dtorque 50 offers an alternative to spark ignited fuel outboards.
Cruise Ships & Superyacht Tenders Cruise Ships & Superyacht Tenders Viking Cruises, Hurtigruten, Mystic Cruises and Holland America Line have all chosen the Dtorque 50.
Support for fish farms Support for fish farms The Dtorque 50 offers an increased service interval of 250 hours, as opposed to 100 hours on an equivalent gasoline outboard.
Military & Governmental Military & Governmental The Dtorque 50 enables NATO members to comply with the single fuel policy.
Solutions for tourism Solutions for in-harbour Running a Dtorque 50 could reduce your carbon footprint by 25% when compared to a gasoline outboard.
Rescue Boats Support for SOLAS The Dtorque 50 is the ideal solution for customers that require SOLAS certified engines.

German engineering

Introducing the Dtorque 50, the world’s only 50hp Diesel Outboard.
Refined technology for unrefined environments.

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