Alamarin-Jet has added a second, smaller jet to its new Omega line. After releasing the Omega 42 in 2019, the Finnish maker recently added the Omega 37, which offers the same features that have proved successful in its larger counterpart.

The jets feature Alamarin’s proprietary Dual Angle Shaft, which “revolutionizes ease of installation and design,” according to Alamarin. The Frame Integrated Bearing Structure saves money by reducing maintenance, while the Modular Intake Geometry allows for the jet to be easily customized to fit any vessel.

The Omega 37 is best suited for smaller boats, with an ideal range from 50 to 65 feet, although it can be used with a far wider range of boats, including 32-foot gillnetters. This smaller jet takes a maximum engine input of around 1,200 horsepower, and a twin jet configuration can provide around 32 tons of vessel displacement in a planing speed application. The jet has a top end speed range of around 55 knots.

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Brian Hagenbuch is National Fisherman's products editor, a contributing editor to SeafoodSource and a Bristol Bay fisherman. He is based in Seattle.

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