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SERVING THE MARINE INDUSTRY SINCE 1911.

Heat exchanger & keel cooled propulsion engines from 5.8 to 22 litres, auxiliary engines, custom built generating sets and powerpacks, heavy duty reversing gearboxes, hydraulic power steering systems and power take-off units, heavy duty sea water pumps for most makes of engines, strainers, impellers and accessories, installation and servicing.


 

Global Partners

WaterMota Ltd, are the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor for Doosan Infracore, JMP & D-I Industrial, we are also a UK distributor of AZCUE pumps and spare parts.

For all Vessels

WaterMota supply machinery to all types of pleasure and commercial vessels with customers include angling, charter, commercial fishermen, Dutchbarges, ferries, fish farms, harbour workboats, landing craft, multicats, pilot vessels, pleasure and trip boats, tugs and wind farm support.

WaterMota is also supplying increasingly into industrial, mobile and military applications.

Clients include

Arklow Engineering, Anderson Marine, Belfast Harbour Authority, British Royal Navy (HMS Sultan, Defence school of marine engineering) Macduff Shipyards, Manor Marine, Meercat workboats, Parkol marine engineering Ltd, Williams Shipping, to name just a few.

Dealer Network

Our aim is to continue to develop our national dealer network to maximise sales and provide excellent product support.

We have the advantage of a vastly experienced, dedicated team and as such we are skilled at matching the right engine and generator set to the right application.


COMPANY HISTORY

WaterMota was established at the Pembroke Engineering Works at Hampton Wick, Kingston upon Thames in 1911 by Walter Fair as a subsidiary of Rigbys a London gunsmith where he was the manager.

The first engines produced by the company were American Waterman two stroke inboard and outboard engines built under licence, similar in appearance to the copper jacketed K1 and K2 engines which were eventually developed by Fair.

However, one of the many innovative products produced by WaterMota in the initial years was a variable pitch propeller which could be set to allow speed, ahead, astern and neutral by altering the propeller’s pitch.

This was a much improved version of the original variable pitch propeller thought to have been patented in 1895 and was in production until the late 1990s.


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