Outboard small boat electricfor fishingwooden

outboard small boat
outboard small boat
outboard small boat
outboard small boat
outboard small boat
outboard small boat
outboard small boat
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Power source
Intended use
for fishing

8 m (26'02")


aquawatt motor barges are well-running wooden boats for fishing and leisure. Ideal for strong aquawatt phase current outboard motors, they combine traditional lines with modern construction. DENSITY AND LIGHT WOOD BOATS The first material used by man for boat building is wood. For thousands of years, it has proven its suitability. Wood has many advantages but also disadvantages in boat building. Today it is possible to avoid the disadvantages. By bonding with epoxy resin, and light caused absolutely tight hull as a single piece. From domestic woods such as oak, larch and Norway spruce, caused light and strong boats that are very inexpensive. QUICK THANKS AQUAWATT GREEN POWER OUTBOARD ENGINES The motor barges are fast! With the aquawatt 4 kW electric motor already good 6 knots can be achieved with the 6 kW motor even 7 knots and with the 10 kW motor you rush onto the plane with 10 knots over the lake. With the 4 kW electric motor that Zille in Austria is no license to drive, using the 6 or 10 kW electric motor, the notification to the Authority and the motor boat license are required. EQUIPMENT IS GREAT WRITTEN Convenient storage compartment in the rear, anchor locker and bow storage space, deck area with padding made ​​of waterproof cotton fabric and sun and rain shelter. The practical full enclosure with flexible Spreizbögen is quickly fitted. PERFECT FOR FISHING SPOT Fishing skiffs with outboard electric motor are the new way quiet and clean to navigate the fishing area! Just fishery boats and fishing boats should be environmentally friendly.
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