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Differences of the Outboard Motors The main difference between motors today is the driving force. For PVC motorboats, you can choose both gasoline and electric motors. An inflatable boat does not need a motor with too much power. But since vehicles differ in their dimensions for control, they may need an engine with a capacity of 2 to 300 hp. When choosing, many pay attention to fuel consumption. If we are talking about a gasoline engine, then, in this case, the majority prefer four-stroke engines since this saves up to 20% of fuel. But if we are talking about an...

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For your convenience, we've chosen the best outboards currently available on the market and compared them as we think they should be. So, you can feel the difference between them, plus gain some insights into what they can and can't do. Torqedo or ePropulsion  The Torqeedo Travel 1103C 3HP electric outboard motor was introduced in 2018 METS. The previous model, Travel 1003C, features a reduction gear that makes a whining noise at almost any speed. The Travel 1103C is the first direct-drive outboard motor manufactured by Torqeedo, and it thoroughly resolved the noise issue.  From day one, ePropulsion has been...

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If the PVC boat storage rules aren't followed, an inflatable boat can break down very quickly. At the end of the open water fishing season, it is critical to provide optimal storage conditions for the inflatable boat to extend its service life.  Suppose the boat is stored during the off-season (in Canada, that would be winter). To preserve the durability of the boat and seams, it is crucial to keep the inflatable boat clean prior to storage and follow some easy rules when storing a PVC boat in the winter. Later in the article, we will look at the basic...

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Finding the best inflatable boats in Canada can be difficult and time-consuming if you don't know where to look. We've researched and put together this guide to finding the best inflatable boats, including where to shop and what to look for when buying. Whether you're looking for an inflatable dinghy, canoe, or kayak, we've got you covered! What are inflatable boats? Inflatable boats are a great option if you want to go out on a boat but don't have a lot of storage space or money. You can bring them along with you anywhere, and they won't take up a...

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CRB inflatable boats are very safe and affordable. CRB makes their inflatable boats of unique boat fabrics. CRB inflatable boats made of the materials supplied by renowned market leaders in innovations and quality – Mehler Technologies, Heytex, Wonpoong, Polytex. The density of the tube’s materials of CRB inflatable boats ranges from 800 to 1100 gr/m2. The thickness is determined individually for each model to ensure reliability, safety and seagoing performance without overweight being in place — the bottom of CRB inflatable boats made of 1100 g/sqm material. The water-resistant plywood It should note that an inflatable boat with plywood flooring...

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