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Boats businesses in Zambia

There are all kinds of boat supplies in Zambia, from river boats to house boats. Think big name brands like Bayliner right through to jet skis, canoes and rowing boats. Boat spare parts and workshops in Zambia are also highlighted here. Sales on boats both new and old, manufacturers and maintenance of boats highlighted here. Whether your interest be fishing or a high speed, top of the line bass boats or just having family fun in a boat or, slowly and quietly game viewing in a boat with shallow operating conditions or a high speed work horse for those long distances on Zambia's great rivers and lakes there are suppliers in Zambia listed here.
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Autoworld
Boats
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Autoworld's branch at Lusaka's Down Town shopping mall is stocked with a good range of boats, boat engines, equipment and spare parts. The company's marine team is on hand to offer advice and to help keep your boats in full working order. Autoworld's marine shop caters for all kinds of boating needs.
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Best of Bikes
Marine and outboard motors
Lusaka
Are you in need of a new engine for your boat? Best of Bikes offers a wide range of Yamaha outboard motors and fuel tanks. Delivering superb fuel economy and cleaner emissions, these motors are ideal for inflatable boats, dinghies and tenders, but can also be used as auxiliary propulsion for sailboats. Best of Bikes sources directly from the manufacturer, cutting out the middlemen and passing on the savings to you.
Every Aliboats boat is designed by an approved draughtsman. The company builds sea-going hulls and barges, airboats, floating quads, rigid inflatable boats (RIBs), trailers, camping boats, small tugs, jet ski-propelled boats, wheel chair boats, cages, troats, long range fuel tanks, and a full range of canvas outdoor products.

Boats

There are all kinds of boat supplies in Zambia, from river boats to house boats. Think big name brands like Bayliner right through to jet skis, canoes and rowing boats. Boat spare parts and workshops in Zambia are also highlighted here. Sales on boats both new and old, manufacturers and maintenance of boats highlighted here. Whether your interest be fishing or a high speed, top of the line bass boats or just having family fun in a boat or, slowly and quietly game viewing in a boat with shallow operating conditions or a high speed work horse for those long distances on Zambia's great rivers and lakes there are suppliers in Zambia listed here.

Motorised boats

Also known as powerboats or speedboats, motorised boats are small water crafts propelled by an internal-combustion or electric engine. They come in a range of sizes with most of them having space for about six passengers or fewer. In Zambia, these boats are commonly used recreationally for traveling on water (cruising) and for the enjoyment of such sports as fishing and swimming, with some used for the transportation of goods.

Types of boats

Some boats are fitted with inboard engines, others have an outboard motor installed on the rear, containing the internal combustion engine, the gearbox and the propeller in one portable unit. Some even have a hybrid inboard-outboard engine, where the internal combustion engine is installed inside the boat and the gearbox and propeller are outside.

Though there are literally dozens of different styles of motorised boats, here are the basic types you’ll want to know:

  • Bass boat - generally has a flat deck, low freeboard, and a shallow draft and is used primarily for fishing on protected lakes and rivers.
  • Bay boat - a low-freeboard centre console fishing boat designed for near-shore and coastal use.
  • Bowrider - powerboat with a seating area set in its bow.
  • Cabin cruiser - mostly, any larger motorboat that provides sleeping accommodations within its structure. This generic term can be used to describe motor yachts, expresses, and a number of different designs.
  • Centre console - a boat with its console and helm located in a central location on deck.
  • Convertible - has a flying bridge built atop the cabin, and an open cockpit aft.
  • Cuddy cabin - a powerboat with a relatively small cabin on its bow section.
  • Deck boat – a motorboat with a flat, open deck plan and without any below-decks accommodations. To create more forward deck space, most deck boats have a rather boxy shape, instead of tapering to a point at the bow.
  • Dual console - a boat with twin dashboards that are separated by a walk-through that allows access to a forward cockpit or seating area.
  • Express boat - sleek boat with a steering station on deck level, no flying bridge, and a cabin forward of and lower than the helm station.
  • Flat boat - a powered skiff designed with an extremely shallow draft for fishing on flats and other shallow-water areas.