Sport Boats & Pleasure Boats

Beneteau - Antares 620
Zadar
1999
6.2
PVC
Paid
€ 7,200
Elan 48
Budva
2012
14
Plastic
Paid
€ 450,000
Jenneau Capmarat 715wa
Roda de bara
2008
715
GRP
Paid
€ 38,000
Quicksilver - 430 Cruiser
1 Rue Gutenberg, 06000 Nice, France
2010
4.24
PVC
Paid
€ 7,200
BAYLINER VR5 CUDDY
Rue Au delà de l'Eau 26, 5630 Cerfontaine, Belgium
2018
6.2
PVC
Paid
€ 7,900
Flipper 900 ST + Mercury 200 V6
Ljubljana
2021
9
GRP
Not paid
€ 136,500
Hydrolift C-27
Prague
2007
8.75
GRP
Paid
€ 135,000
Bertram 54 ft
Cape Town
1986
16.4
GRP
Ocqueteau 645
Cannes
2005
6.45
GRP
Paid
€ 25,000
PARKER 850 VOYAGER
Corsica
2022
8.3
GRP
Paid
€ 145,000

 

About Sports and Pleasure Boats

Sports boats have significant differences from other types of vessels, as individual building rules are developed for them. The key difference between boats is the ability to develop high speed if necessary. In addition, such vessels have strict regulations regarding the size of the hull.

Pleasure boats are used for short cruises (up to 2 days). These boats could accommodate from 2 to 6 passengers. The main emphasis in the design of a pleasure boat is comfort for accommodating passengers. In addition, to protect the crew in bad weather, an awning is provided in the design of the vessel (it can be soft or hard). The fuel tank on recreational boats is usually small; fuel is placed in it for about 100-120 km.