Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Maritime Propulsion

Posted by September 6, 2019

Mastry Repower Helping Boaters Go Green

Photo courtesy of Mastry

Mastry Engine Centers have announced that they have developed a program to help owners of older two-stroke outboards make the right decision to trade-up to a clean burning, smooth running, quiet Suzuki four-stroke outboard. 

All boaters know that older two stroke outboards create more pollution both in the water and in the air. In addition, these older two-stroke outboards are creating noise contamination. Mastry Engine Centers are now offering special incentives to encourage owners of older two-stroke outboards to ‘Go Green’.

To qualify for the incentives, owners of two-stroke outboards that were manufactured before January 1, 2000 need to trade-in their outboards at one of the 10 Mastry Repower Centers across Florida before January 1, 2020. Mastry Repower will take the older two stroke outboard in on trade in any condition, running or not. This is an ideal situation for potential customers that may own a boat that they would like to use but are reluctant to spend the money on their old two-stroke. Therefore, their boat continues to just sit unused with the owner and the family unable to enjoy it.

After an owner trades in their older two-stroke outboards, Mastry Engine Centers will destroy the block to assure the motor cannot be put back in service.

For more information, visit the Mastry Repower Team at Tampa Boat Show, from October 25th to 27th, and Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from October 30th to November 3rd.