Outboard runabouts

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider / with T-top

The 270 Vantage is the boat that doesn't compromise---because it doesn't have to. Every member of...

Outboard runabout / sport-fishing

The fastest growing segment of the marine marketplace...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider

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Twin engine / outboard / bow-rider / sport-fishing

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider / sport-fishing / ski

For great fishing, the 172 OB Ski...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider

Youll have no trouble surrounding yourself with friends and family in this sporty and generously-proportioned...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider

This fun and affordable bow rider is backed by serious design and technology. Whether you plan a romantic...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider / 8-person max.

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider / 5 person max.

The new 170 Outboard is big on space,...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider / 7 person max.

Sporty looks, tons of storage,...

Outboard runabout / bow-rider / 8-person max.

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider / wakeboard / ski

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Outboard runabout / bow-rider / fishing

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How to choose this product


Outboard runabouts feature a small cabin beneath the foredeck and an open cockpit. The motor is fastened to the transom.


These craft can be used for day outings, fishing, water sports or as a yacht tender.

How to choose

One advantage of outboard motors is that they can be changed as a function of the vessel's use. A more powerful unit can be installed for water skiing, a smaller one for fishing or simple pleasure outings. Cabin size and amenities also should be considered. Factors include the presence of berths, a head, a water tank or a refrigerator.


- Choice of engine make and size
- Maneuverability


- Noise
- Propeller can be dangerous

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