Boats Engines

Yamaha 175Hp Four Stroke outboard Motor Engine
Dublin
2019
€ 4,900
Yamaha 115Hp Four Stroke outboard Motor Engine
Port of Spain.
2017
€ 3,200
Suzuki 200Hp Four Stroke outboard Motor Engine
Nassau
2018
€ 5,500
Yamaha 100Hp Four Stroke outboard Motor
Georgia
2019
Steel
€ 3,000
Slightly used Yamaha 75HP 4 Stroke Outboard Motor
San Jose, CA
2021
20
Other
€ 4,850
Slightly Used Yamaha 200 HP 4-Stroke Outboard Moto
Island Park
2018
25
Steel
€ 6,000
2022 Yamaha 70 4-stroke Outboard Boat Motor Engine
New York
2022
Other
€ 2,880
Slightly Used Yamaha 70HP 4-Stroke Outboard Motor
Island Park
2018
20
Steel
€ 3,500
Used Yamaha 90 HP 4 Stroke Outboard Motor Engine
New York
2019
Steel
€ 3,800
Used Yamaha 115 HP 4-Stroke Outboard Motor Engine
New York
2020
Steel
€ 4,300

 

Which boat engine to choose

To choose the right motor, you need to answer a few questions:

  • How big is your boat. Diesel engines are quite heavy. Their use on boats less than 10 meters is undesirable;
  • How often do you use your boat. Count the figure not in days, but in hours;
  • How high speeds do you plan to develop.

Now that you have the answers to these questions, check out the facts below to determine which type of engine is right for your needs.

Without a doubt, owners of small boats should give their preference to gasoline engines. Whereas a diesel engine will make your boat heavier. However, if you have a larger boat, a diesel engine will give you more options. But, on the other hand, it will produce more noise.

Try to come up with a rough estimate of how much time you plan to spend on the boat during the season. Is it a small hobby that you can devote a couple of hours a week to? Or are you going to overcome river obstacles on a boat and go out to sea? If the resulting figure is less than 100 hours per year, gasoline may be the best option.

Also, be sure to consider the number of nearby gas stations or other ways to get gasoline. For example, there are no gas stations on the River Thames in England. This means that consumers of gasoline will have to find a way to transport it, such as a huge canister, funnel and hose.

Traveling by boat can be relaxing and peaceful. But you experience real adrenaline only when you cut through the waves at high speeds, and the wind whistles in your ears. Although gasoline engines may use less fuel at low rpm, this is not the case when you need to go faster. A gasoline engine will consume more fuel because it works much harder. A diesel engine uses less fuel to cover the same distance.