Parasailing Boats Engine Systems
Our Parasailing Boats Engine Systems have a lot of choices to put our customer in front of a variety of options to choose his favorite engine manufacturer.
In this article we will present some information about the engine system types :
The term drive is interchangeable with motor and engine, so an inboard drive is simply a marine engine enclosed inside the boat. With an inboard drive, the shaft, rudder and props are beneath the boat leaving the transom clear. Inboard drives can either be gas or diesel, and single or twin engines are optional. A marine V-drive engine is a modified conventional inboard drive that is placed closer to the stern of the boat than a conventional inboard drive. Check some photos :
Otherwise known as the inboard/outboard marine motor, stern drives are thought by some to be the best of both worlds. The engine is mounted inboard forward of the transom with a shaft that goes through the transom to the drive unit. Similar to the out board lower unit, this portion of the engine has a propeller and acts as a rudder to steer the boat. Check some photos of Parasailing Boats Engine Systems – Stern Drives:
Most of them used in personal water craft or very large boats, jet drives replace propellers to push a boat through the water using high pressure air forced out of the stern of a vessel. The water jet draws water from beneath the hull, and passes it through impellers and out a move able nozzle that steers the boat. Check some Photos Parasailing Boats Engine Systems – Jet Drives: