World´s leading outboard diesel engines


for demanding enviroments


The core team behind the OXE diesel has been working closely together within Cimco Marine AB since 2012, combining experiences from naval high-speed operators and instructors through naval technicians, automotive engineering, supercar development and high volume production. 

The vision has always been clear for all team members:
Create a reliable, enduring, efficient product that runs on diesel, built specifically for commercial users and their demands in mind.
The result is a commercial product in an outboard package, the OXE Diesel. It's designed from the ground up by our team at Cimco Marine AB for the commercial user.

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  • OXE Marine AB, Q4 report was launched today at 15.00. Please find the link to the English and the Swedish version of the report attached. OXE MARINE AB (PUBL) PUBLISHED INTERIM REPORT FOR Q4, 1 OCTOBER - 31 DECEMBER 2019 (ENG) OXE MARINE AB (PUBL) PUBLISHED INTERIM REPORT FOR Q4, 1 OCTOBER - 31 DECEMBER 2019 (SWE)
  • OXE Diesel displayed at Zagreb Boat Show by Fred Bobek d.o.o. 19 to 23 February
  • During the next days, the Zagreb Boat Show will be the meeting point of boaters as well as all sea and sea activities enthusiasts. Visit Fred Bobek d.o.o. to discuss OXE Diesel.

The OXE Diesel is the only outboard engine built particularly with commercial users in mind. It is designed for those who use their boat every day no matter the conditions and have to rely on the units for many hours every year. The innovation fills a new segment in the marine industry and cannot be compared to anything on the market today. Efficiency, Endurance, Power and Control.

The block [OXE Diesel power head] is mounted horizontally, … rather than vertically like an outboard. Another thing it has in common with diesel inboards is a sealed fresh water cooling system with a separate heat exchanger that keeps the more corrosive salt water well away from the engine’s internals.

It also means there’s a separate raw water pump and strainer mounted high up on the front of the engine rather than buried inside the leg, so that you can clear any blockage or replace the impeller from on board without having to lift the boat.

These features may not sound as sexy as variable valve timing or a big capacity V8 outboard but for people who rely on their engines day after day, things like this matter.

Hugo Andreae
Motorboat & Yachting