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Boat boats

Boat boats

Like flat-bottomed boats, the bay is both shorter motorboats designed to float in shallow water. The biggest differences in a boat boat are the higher sides and deeper hulls for smoother riding in coastal waters. Raised tailboards allow riders to move through shallow water with a rod, while the small size allows anglers to easily find fish just below the surface. Versatile and fun to drive, the outboard can even be raised for movement in shallow water.

Highlights

Maximum passenger load: 5
Height: 17-25 feet
General use

Fish in freshwater and saltwater
Where they are used

Shallow coastal waters

Advantage

Deeper hulls provide a smoother distance
Integrated resources to keep fish alive
Portable outboards can be lifted for movement in shallow water
The fiberglass base has abrasive salt water

Against

The shorter profile is not ideal for large bodies of water
Open covers do not provide protection against the elements
Limited facilities

Bowrider both

Sagittarius, named after its wide arcuate area, is considered one of the family’s most popular motorboats. Bowriders can also be classified as Runabout boats, a term that describes a small motorboat with an open space at the bow. Outboard or sterndrive engines provide a smooth ride and there are plenty of spaces behind the cab that can protect against splashes. The V-shaped base structure is ideal for easy navigation under different water conditions.

Highlights

Maximum passenger load: 10
Length: 16-35 feet
General use

Maritime sport
peach
Day cruise
Where they are used

Berries with low salt water
The lake
The ocean

Advantage

Swimming platforms for skiing and other water sports
Easy to carry
The shape of the V-body allows bow riders to walk fast
Cheaper than other models (lower insurance and maintenance costs)

Against

Rough riding on hard water
Smaller dimensions not suitable for overnight stays
No space for weather protection

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