There are lots of boats...which one is the right one for you?
These runabout style boats have spacious seating in the open bow area and are great for family use.
These open style boats that maximise usable space, are generally very popular for fishing.
This style is perfect for both fishing and family use. Its design provides shelter in the hotter weater and storage for all the gear. Some may even have a porta-potty, sink and small changing area.
The two major designs are a roll-up and a rigid bottom. Each have great benefits and depending on what sort of boating you're planning on, talk to an expert retailer to decide which style suits you.
PWCs are very popular amongst the boaters who seek the thrill and exhilaration of zipping across the waves. Some can seat three people and some boaters even fish from them.
Runabout designs are an open style boat with generally two forward seats and a rear lounge style, have a steering helm with a wheel and storage space up front.
Sailboat as the name indicates, uses sails as its primary source of power. Most have an alternate power source usually with a small engine, but of course all this depends on the size of the yacht
Want a big dream to aspire to? Small boats grow into bigger boats and noen better than these two fabulous configurations. Sport Cruisers range from 24 to 70' with one lower helm position, where Flybridge Cruisers usually have an upper and lower hem and are from around 26 to 60'. Both luxuriously appointed.
Generally powered by inboard engines, these are very popular with water skiers and wake boarders that use the 'wake' of the boat to perform tricks and just simply to enjoy a ski.