What engines do Vetus use?
Vetus Deutz Engines. The new Deutz-based VD4. 120 (122hp) and VD4. 140 (140hp) utilise a renown vibration-free Deutz base engine, the use of sophisticated marinisation techniques and high quality materials to guarantee reliability, smoothness and longevity.
What is a Vetus engine?
Vetus offers a range of 2 Cylinder diesel engines, in both Shaft and Saildrive configurations, as 12 and 16Hp. Engines are supplied as standard with instrument panels and four flexible engine mounts and an oil sump pump. The engines feature a water cooled aluminium top cover reducing temperature up to 15 degrees.
Where are Vetus Marine engines made?
Based in Schiedam, The Netherlands, VETUS has been one of the world’s leading companies in innovative products for pleasure crafts and small commercial vessels for almost 50 years.