After more than a decade using EC300 electronic controls, Captain Steve Coulter agreed to test the new EC600PC—and says it reflects “the incredible commitment Twin Disc has to making things go better.”
Updating the world’s first hybrid container barge with Stage V Scania engines
Twin Disc drives the first zero-emission, all-electric passenger vessels built in the U.S.
Two Maid of the Mist ferries carry tourists around Niagara Falls using Veth Propulsion by Twin Disc, making a powerful sustainability statement.
Running up to 14 hours a day in Sydney Harbour, Captain Cook Cruises Australia ferries rely on Twin Disc transmissions and controls for proven, precision performance.
One of the world’s leading tugboat builders expanded its portfolio with vessels featuring Twin Disc transmissions and controls—gaining excellent maneuverability as well as single-source convenience.
When the Washington Island Ferry Line added a new ice breaker vessel, they chose a marine transmission from Twin Disc—which has powered the fleet for generations.
Twin Disc transmission and controls power Potomac cruise vessel.
Twin Disc transmission, controls drive custom sport fishing vessel.
Longtime sailors Bill and Elaine Ebsary sought systems that would make their Fleming 55 motoryacht easy to handle without crew or deckhands, for comfortable travels up and down the coast of Australia.
For its newest vessel, Les Bateaux Verts chose hydraulic thrusters and joystick positioning—and eventually incorporated products from every Twin Disc marine subsidiary.