CAPTAIN’S REPORT: Reviews New Evinrude E-TEC G2 250 H.O.


Evinrude’s new second generation of the E-TEC engines are all new from the top of their distinctive shroud to the skeg on the bottom of its sleek torpedo. It is the first 2-stroke block specifically designed for direct fuel injection, the result of which is up to 15% better fuel consumption than the competition, according to the company. The engine… More



Evinrude’s E-TEC 135 H.O. has a weight of 433 lbs. (196 kg) and a shaft length of 25” (63.5 cm). It’s also available in 20” (50.8 cm) versions that weigh 418 lbs. (190 kg).   The mission of the Evinrude E-TEC 135 H.O. is to be a workhorse providing high-performance, competitive fuel economy, and very low maintenance over the lifetime… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: Review Evinrude E-TEC 90 H.O.


  By being able to provide more low-end power (torque) than any 90-hp engine on the market, Evinrude has provided a solution to a growing problem: boats that are sluggish even when they are powered by their max rating of a 90-hp engine. Typically the boats in question are aluminum multi-specie boats, fish & Ski boats, bay boats, sportboats and… More


  • Bill Grannis

Determining the Optimum Propeller for Your Boat   Here at E-NATION Magazine, the question we are asked most frequently is “What is the best prop for my boat?” Most of the time the person does not include any of the important information that is needed to even suggest a starting point for propeller selection. To illustrate the differences in performance… More

CAPTAIN’S REPORT: Reviews the 115 HP Pontoon Series Engine


The reports just keep coming in and they’re all good too! Take a look for yourself as the Captain’s Report from talks specifically to this 115 HP Pontoon Series engine. The 115 HP Pontoon Series really targets the key features every pontoon owner wishes they could have. In the report you’ll be taken through these distinguishing features that are… More