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Length: 6.2 m
The Airboat is designed for delivery of personnel and equipment to oil spill site. The Airboat can be used as a means of transportation to conduct patrol along oil and gas pipelines. The Airboat ...
Length: 5.79 m
556 HP Supercharged 600 HP Counter Rotator Twin 3 BLADE PROPELLERS 29 Inch sidewalls Dept of Transportation TP1332 Flotation Twin up seating Electronic Throttle and Computer Starting Will run dryground up to 60 KPH
Passenger capacity: 4 unit
24' Search and Rescue STANDARD EQUIPMENT Length: 23', 7" Beam (Width): 7'6" Engine: GM 6.2 L, 550 HP, Supercharged, LSA Meets United States Regulations for Emissions from Marine Spark-Ignition Engines Environment Canada ...
Length: 3.96 m
Length: 4.57 m
2012 15x8 AirRanger - BRAND NEW CONDITION!! NEW 6.0 liter 450 HP Fuel Injected Engine CH3 2.3:1 Belt Drive 3 Blade Whisper Tip Prop Red/White/Blue wrap Price for Boat & Trailer: $49,995 Single Rear Operator ...
Length: 6.71 m
Resilient & Powerful Our custom built Alaskan style airboats are built for icy conditions and are extremely durable. Common options include 8 degree bottom on hull, 3/8” and ½” white polymer ...
How to choose this product
An airboat has a flat bottom and is propelled by a deck-mounted aircraft propeller.
Its shallow draft and absence of a marine propeller allow this vessel to reach areas inaccessible by boat or on foot, especially in marshes. Depending on size, it can be used for fishing, hunting and other recreational activities, for monitoring fauna and flora in nature preserves or for search and rescue operations in flooded areas.
The motor sits on the vessel and drives an aircraft propeller which pushes air rearward, propelling the boat forward. Steering is via orientable vanes situated just aft of the propeller. This propulsion system can power the craft over hard surfaces, including ice. A safety cage surrounds the engine and propeller.
A large, heavy engine is required to push the boat to planing speed. Some air boats have a V-shaped or stepped hull, or reverse bow to improve turning stability and maneuverability. Some have a cabin, seats, a shelter or similar features.
How to choose
Size and equipment will differ depending on use and required passenger capacity.
- Shallow draft
- High speed
- Limited maneuverability
- Restricted to calm waters
- Large engine limits deck space