About Us

Seascape Marine Services (Pty) Ltd. (formerly IMS Cape) has represented Yanmar Marine since the early 1980’s and offers a complete engine range to local boat builders and individuals.
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Reliability & Performance

When it comes to marine diesels, reliability is the most highly valued factor and each Yanmar diesel has been designed and manufactured using knowledge accumulated steadily since 1912. Around the world, Yanmar diesels are one of the most popular choices. Their durability, economy, performance and after-sales network make them a first choice for owners, operators, shipyards, and boating industry professionals.

Seascape Marine Services is constantly growing its product range offering high quality marine and agricultural products that evolve with current consumer and commercial needs.

Our product range includes the following:

Yanmar – Commercial high/medium speed propulsion and auxiliary engines
Yanmar – Leisure rated marine inboard engines, gear boxes and out-drive units
Yanmar – Agricultural manual and hydraulic compact tractors
Hamilton Jet – Complete waterjet solutions
Kohler – Marine enclosed generators for on board power from 6 up to 180kW

Company History

Our service department started trading on the 9th of April 1949 within the original “Industrial Machinery Supplies (Pty) Ltd” or IMS as it was later known, which was founded by Swiss company, Conart Holdings.

IMS commenced operations as an agent mainly for German companies. Chief amongst which was MAN Diesel Engines.

In the 1960’s and in reaction to growing demand from the marine sector, a service centre was opened in Cape Town, which is still in operation today under the “Seascape Marine Services (Pty) Ltd” banner with the main focus being shifted from supporting MAN products to Yanmar products.

We offer a global service 24 hours a day – 365 days a year for which our engineers can travel anywhere in the world at a moments notice with back up support being provided by the team at our fully equipped service centre in Cape Town.