Nov 08, 2023
EXPO 2023 is coming! See us at Booth #931 | See the advantages of our sonar systems have on navigation, commercial fishing and more »
Nov 29, 2023
International Workboat Show | WESMAR will be presenting its lineup of commercial grade thrusters that are setting more »
Jul 07, 2022
Inov8v Marine Group Announces Formation | ABT-TRAC, WESMAR, and SmartCatch are now Inov8v Marine more »

Thrusters & Propulsion

Powerful, reliable, and durable.

From cruise boats to work boats to luxury yachts, WESMAR's line of commercial thrusters and APUs will get you there. WESMAR's robust, counter-rotating dual propellers deliver up to 40% more power, less noise, and less vibration than competitive units.

Stability & Comfort

Quiet comfort, underway & anchored.

Bouncing, rolling, and churning seas can create a frightening and uncomfortable experience for passengers and crew alike. WESMAR's digital control system provides instant, quiet, and precise stabilization in all sea states and at all speeds.

Commercial Fishing Sonar

Versatility means increased catch.

Fishermen around the globe rely on WESMAR Commercial Fishing Sonar to better scan, spot, identify, and catch more fish. WESMAR's advanced sonar systems provide fishermen with optimal visibility, in and around the nets, saving time and money.

Navigation Sonar

See farther.

Ice, rocks, reefs and other obstacles pose a serious hazard to any vessel, whether they be cruise ships, work boats or yachts. WESMAR Navigation Sonar provides the confidence of seeing obstacles hundreds of meters out - 360° around the vessel.

WESMAR's storied history is one of technology, innovation, and successful equipment deign. The company takes great pride in the fact that it is the world leader in sonar design and innovative fishing electronics, the inventor of the dual prop counter-rotating bow thruster, and electronic gyro-powered fin stabilizer systems.

"We purchased the WESMAR thruster for a new dredge we were designing and we were so happy with it we’ve made it standard on all our dredges."— Jordan Webb,
Design Engineer for SRS Crisafulli