Pleasurecraft Marine Engine Company (PCM) was founded in 1975 in Canal Winchester, Ohio. For 40 years, PCM has provided the highest quality, longest lasting, and top performing watersports engines available and has become the recognized leader in inboard watersports engines. PCM has consistently been recognized as the industry leader in quality and customer satisfaction by a leading market research firm.
In 1984, PCM relocated to a 140,000 square foot complex on 27 acres in Little Mountain, SC, where the company continues to operate today. This facility encompasses PCM’s corporate headquarters, engineering and R&D facilities, manufacturing, and parts distribution facilities.
Over the years PCM has become renowned for introducing innovative products with industry leading technology, holding patents for numerous technologies that offer PCM customers exclusive benefits not found elsewhere. As a result, PCM has been chosen as the exclusive propulsion power for the prestigious Masters Water Ski & Wakeboard Tournament, Wake Games, WWA Nationals, and the World Wake Surf Championships, along with hundreds of local, regional, national and international competitions around the world.
In 2014, PCM - along with Crusader and Levitator engines - was acquired by Correct Craft, owner of Nautique, Centurion, Supreme, Bass Cat, and Yar-Craft boat companies, and Aktion Parks. PCM continues to be the engine supplier to Nautique, Centurion, and Supreme, as well as other leading watersports boat brands.
For Model Year 2016, PCM continues its market leading trend with the introduction of an entirely new portfolio of watersports engines that feature Direct Injection technology. These new HYPERFORMANCE engines offer new industry leading horsepower and torque, creating outstanding performance, and are the most fuel efficient engines in their class. PCM is the only manufacturer in the inboard watersports market offering Direct Injection and the exclusive performance benefits of this technology.