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I've never heard of them and Google is showing some odd results.  The address is a mid terraced house, the one with the black 4x4 outside - https://goo.gl/maps/wJJpKWUYvT22

The website has loads of Volvo Penta pictures but they are most definitely not an authorised dealer. 

If your looking to re-engine your Falcon with a Volvo then try these guys below.  Depending which engine / drive you currently have there may be a re-engine package available.

Beta do not supply stern drive packages and only go to 150hp, Vetus go higher but have to use another manufacturers stern drive (Mercruiser).


Imatech Marin & Industri AB

Address: Klangfärgsgatan 4 B

City: Västra Frölunda

ZipCode: 426 52

Business: 46 31-388 10 00

Fax: 46  31-69 30 72

Email: info@imatech.com

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3 minutes ago, SweMathias said:

Hi JawsOrca


How did you know i was looking at a VP :), the company is deeling with Yanmar,Vetus as vell..

The website is plastered with VP pictures, including one which finished production 5 years ago !!

I can put you in touch with a few UK dealers but the exchange rate is not great so you may get a better deal closer to home.

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I may be going off at a complete tangent here, but just in case you're looking at ways to re-engine a boat that's already fitted with a volvo penta sterndive,

... there's a company on the south coast called "Lancing Marine" who carry a comprehensive range of parts to adapt a variety of engines to them.


Using their conversion kits for example, you can get a marinised Ford diesel complete with VP leg adapter parts for about 4.5k.

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First tanks for all quick answers :), I'm refurbishing a Quayline245, have no engine or stern drive at the moment.

Looking to fit it with D3-200, OR a 5,7-300 engine..not really decided yet..

Searched the internet, and got a hit in England, so thought ill follow it up. 


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