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    Power boat Alloy Yachts

    1.950.000 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • New Zealand Power boats in New Zealand
    • Year : 1989
    • Length: 31,09m.
    • Alloy Yachts 31.09 m from Length. Electronics: vcr, cockpit speakers, tv set, plotter, log speedometer, gps, wind speed and direction, autopilot, vhf, depthsounder, radar, ...

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    Cruiser Hylas 54

    667.856 €

    (VAT not included )

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Cruising South Pacific (New Zealand) Cruisers in New Zealand
    • Year : 2005
    • Length: 16,2m.
    • Hylas 54 16.2 m from Length. Observations: [b]mechanical[/b][p]this hylas 54 is potentialed by a yanmar 4jh3-dte 125hp diesel engine, she has a cruising velocity of 7.5kts at 2600 ...

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    Motoryacht Azimut 55 EVOLUTION

    Price upon request

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • New Zealand Motor yachts in New Zealand
    • Year : 2008
    • Length: 16m.
    • Azimut 55 EVOLUTION 16 m from Length. Electronics: compass, gps, radar, autopilot, radio, dvd player, tv set, vhf, depthsounder. Deck equipment: tender. Comfort / Interior: stern ...

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    Power boat Wavepiercer Trimaran

    Price upon request

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • New Zealand Power boats in New Zealand
    • Year : 2010
    • Length: 12,9m.
    • Wavepiercer Trimaran 12.9 m from Length. Observations: [b]specifications[/b][p]vessel descriptionreference number epm 081make / model wavepiercer trimaranunrivalled performance and ...

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    Cruiser Max Carter 45 Flybridge

    Price upon request

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Auckland NZ (New Zealand) Cruisers in New Zealand
    • Year : 2010
    • Length: 13,5m.
    • Max Carter 45 Flybridge 13.5 m from Length. Observations: [p]the company deals the details of this boat in good faith but cannot assurance or warrant the accuracy of this ...

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    Cruiser PRESIDENT

    Price upon request

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • New Zealand Cruisers in New Zealand
    • Year : 1989
    • Length: 3,62m.
    • PRESIDENT 3.62 m from Length. Observations: [p]the company deals the details of this boat in good faith but cannot assurance or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant ...

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    Power boat Southern Cross 53

    Price upon request

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Auckland (New Zealand) Power boats in Auckland
    • Year : 2006
    • Length: 16,15m.
    • Southern Cross 53 16.15 m from Length. Observations: [p]the company deals the details of this boat in good faith but cannot assurance or warrant the accuracy of this information ...

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More than 90% of the fleet of recreational boats in Spain are made up of motor boats. If your priorities are speed and convenience, a motor boat is definitely the best choice. Before buying a motor boat, it is important to decide how you are going to use it. Knowing the main characteristics of a motor boat and its configuration is essential to be able to choose the one that best suits your needs.

Motor boats usually have two types of hulls: displacement or planing.
The displacement hull is associated with slower boats which are longer in length and which need great stability for long-distance sails.
The planing hull combines a lighter weight, relatively more power and lift to slide over the surface of the water, which gives the boat more speed and agility but less resistance.

In the recreational boat category, the most common motors are usually inboard or outboard.
Inboard engines are located at the stern, and can work in various ways: through the transom by the means of a Z-shaped tail; through a fixed axis which passes through the bottom of the hull; or directly connected to pod drives which include the transmission, tail and accessories located beneath the hull.
Outboard engines are installed on top part of the transom and have a propeller and a steering system. There are two types of outboard engines: the two-stroke, lighter and easier to install, but also causes more pollution; and thr four-stroke, quieter and more environmentally friendly, but also heavier and expensive.
Today there are also several electric propulsion and hybrid solutions which are more environmentally friendly and which are becoming increasingly efficient.