Yes, Sabb. Used on Norwegian fishing
boats, one cylinder or two on the old ones. Comes with a variable pitch
prop, which is good, 'cuz on the boat I was on that had one the throttle was down below.
is - well, robust. It doesn't need a starter (or alternator
, or battery), you prime the thing with a little package of powder (gunpowder?) like a flintlock and then ignite it to turn the motor
over - no kidding!! Looks like an old Newcomen or Watt steam engine
More elegant models came with "an electrics" package so one could have running lights. I don't think a Sabb has ever been mated with a 100A alternator