Read more information about the many different types of boats below. For each boat type, you'll find a handy form that you can complete to get in touch with boat dealers and manufacturers. They will follow up with you via email, can answer any questions that you might have about the boat you're interested in, and help you determine if it's the right boat for you and your family. Enjoy your research!
Aluminum Fishing Boats
Small lightweight and, durable trailer boats made of aluminum are most often used for freshwater fishing. Generally very simple craft, featuring riveted or welded aluminum hulls and bench seating, they can be operated in fish-friendly places - shallow water, coves, inlets - not many other boats can reach. Powered primarily by outboard engines, this type of boat offers both tiller and remote steering options.More Information
Sailboats differ from other types of boats in that they are propelled partly or entirely by wind; they use sails to transform the power of the wind into power that moves the boat through the water. The term sailboat covers a wide variety of sailing craft, each with its own characteristics and styles. In general, sailboats are distinguished by size, hull configuration, keel type, number of sails, use and purpose. To learn more about a specific type of sailboat, click on a category below.More Information