MERCURY Marine is excited to announce its new partnership with the renowned All 4 Adventure team.
Exploring the harshest and most beautiful parts of Australia for more than a decade, Jase Andrews and the All 4 Adventure team have continually pushed the boundaries of where they can go and what they can do on both land and water. And now, whenever they hit a lake, river or the open ocean, they are going to be propelled and protected by Mercury outboards.
Host Jase said, “Obviously, when we select our equipment we have to put a lot of thought into it. We love pushing the envelope and that means we have to have the best equipment – equipment that not only does the job but you can absolutely trust. Mercury has outstanding reliability, which for us is a must.
“But Mercury engines tick a lot of other boxes too. Weight is a killer for us, and Mercury has a fantastic power-to weight ratio and their fuel economy is right up there, so we can go further… which is what the show is all about. We’ve got a new member of the team joining us for Season 11 who’s no stranger to the fishing scene: he’s a die-hard fisho! I know that once on
the water, myself, Simon and our new mate are going to really appreciate how quiet Mercury engines are.”
When All 4 Adventure Season 11 hits screens around Australia later this year, Jase and Simon and the rest of the crew will have two 150hp FourStrokes on the back of their Sea Jay 7.2 Pursuit GS, a 50hp FourStroke with a Mercury Big Tiller on their Sea Jay 4.2 Avenger and a 20hp EFI FourStroke on both their 3.7m Nomad tinnies.
Mercury Marine marketing manager Anthony Brown said, “We’re really excited to be teaming up with the guys from All 4 Adventure. Anyone who knows what Jase and Simon get up to knows they need the very best engines, and that’s where Mercury comes in. Fantastic reliability, efficiency, strength and durability are part of Mercury’s DNA.”
Mercury FourStrokes are designed for less weight and high displacement, so they generate abundant torque and immediate power. And because they don’t have to work as hard as heavier engines or those with lower displacement, they make boats plane faster and accelerate better, with optimal fuel efficiency at cruising speed.
“We absolutely love what we do, making the best 4×4, fishing and adventure show on Australian television, and there’s no doubt these Mercury engines are going to play a big role,” Jase said.