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1994 Legend 40.5 Hunter El Gato
Hunter Legend 40.5

El Gato

$68,000.00
Fajardo, PR, Puerto Rico
Used
fiberglass
1994
40.5 (ft)

Laiza Garcia
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1994 Legend 40.5 Hunter El Gato

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Wellcraft Scarab Super Sport Project Boat
Wellcraft Scarab Super Sport

Black Pearl

$30,000.00
Oasis Cove Marina, St. Thomas, USVI
Salvage
fiberglass
1990
33 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Wellcraft Scarab Super Sport Project Boat

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40 Foot Inflatable (MANY UPGRADES)
Aquapro Raider 1200

TBA

$270,000.00
6300 Estate Frydenhoj ste 22, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2005
40 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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40 Foot Inflatable (MANY UPGRADES)

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Best power boat prices for inflatable power boat for sale
1968 34′ Hatteras Sportfish For Sale

Skimmer

$29,000.00$59,000.00save 50.85%
Compass Point Marina, St. Thomas, USVI
10000 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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1968 34′ Hatteras Sportfish For Sale

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31cc Jupiter with Yamaha 300's For Sale
Jupiter 31 CC

Coquito

$109,500.00$120,000.00save 8.75%
Harbor Shoppers, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2002
31 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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31cc Jupiter with Yamaha 300’s For Sale

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Wellcraft With New Yamaha 300 Commercials
Wellcraft 302 Fisherman

Aquarius

$145,000.00$169,000.00save 14.20%
American Yacht Harbor, Smith Bay Rd, Smith Bay, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2018
30 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Wellcraft With New Yamaha 300 Commercials

Nice Powerboat with Trailer!
Sea Chaser

Its All Good

$70,000.00
Hull Bay Beach, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2017
23 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Nice Powerboat with Trailer!

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SOVEREL 41 Estate Sale
SOVEREL 41

Sanctuary

$18,000.00
Independent Boat Yard and Marina, St.Thomas, VI, USVI
Used
fiberglass
41 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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SOVEREL 41 Estate Sale

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Baba 30 Sail Boat
Baba 30

Fridur II

$7,500.00$8,500.00save 11.76%
Harbor Shoppers, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
1981
34 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Baba 30 Sail Boat

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Fully Loaded Owner's Version (Large Price Reduction)
Fountaine Pajot Lipari

Days Like This

$299,000.00$340,000.00save 12.06%
Waypoints USVI, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2014
39.21 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Fully Loaded Owner’s Version (Large Price Reduction)

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32' (Super Fast) Power Catamaran Reduced Price!
Ocean Express 32' Tournament CC

Island Girl

$159,900.00$220,000.00save 27.32%
Sapphire Beach Marina, Smith Bay Rd, Smith Bay, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2008
32 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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32′ (Super Fast) Power Catamaran Reduced Price!

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33' Benchmark Power Catamaran
- Benchmark 33

Hooked up

$75,000.00
St Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
1993
33 (ft)

Bismarck Prado
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33′ Benchmark Power Catamaran

C&C 61 1973 "Koi-noor"
C&C Custom

Koi-Noor

$360,000.00
Friday Harbor, WA, USA
Used
fiberglass
1973
61 (ft)

Norris Palmer
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C&C 61 1973 “Koi-noor”

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Sea Ray 460 Sundancer
Sea Ray 460 Sundancer

Luxury Line

$145,000.00
Harbor Shoppers, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2001
46 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Sea Ray 460 Sundancer

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Nautica 30 Wide Body
Nautica 30 Wide Body $150,000.00
Universal Marine Center, Southwest 25th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
Used
hypalon
2011
30 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Nautica 30 Wide Body

2005 15 Caribe
2005 15 Caribe $12,000.00
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2005
15 (ft)

Stephanie Monsanto
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2005 15 Caribe

Navionics- Chesapeake Used-WW
Navionics- Chesapeake Used-WW $75.00
Used

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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Navionics- Chesapeake Used-WW

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World Cat 330 TE  Includes 2X New Yamaha 30O Commercials
World Cat 330 TE

Dogsled

$144,900.00$185,000.00save 21.68%
Flamingo Point Road, Water Island, St. Thomas, USVI
Used
fiberglass
2006
34 (ft)

Seller
Virgin Islands St. Thomas Store
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World Cat 330 TE Includes 2X New Yamaha 30O Commercials

Boat hulls are an essential component of any watercraft, serving as the main structure that supports and moves the vessel through the water. They come in various designs and materials, each tailored to specific boating activities and water conditions. Here are some common types of boat hulls:

1. Displacement Hulls: These hulls are designed to displace water as the boat moves forward. They are often found on sailboats and trawlers, providing excellent stability and fuel efficiency. Displacement hulls are ideal for long-distance cruising and are characterized by their rounded shape and a deeper keel.

2. Planing Hulls: Planing hulls are designed to rise up and glide on the water’s surface at higher speeds. They are commonly seen on powerboats and are characterized by a flatter shape and a wide beam. Planing hulls allow the boat to reach higher speeds and provide a smoother ride in rougher water conditions.

3. Catamaran Hulls: Catamaran hulls consist of two parallel hulls connected by a deck structure. They offer excellent stability, reduced drag, and increased speed. Catamarans are popular for sailing, cruising, and even racing. They have a wide beam and provide ample deck space for various activities.

4. V-Shaped Hulls: V-shaped hulls are designed with a sharply angled bottom, resembling the letter “V.” This type of hull is commonly found on powerboats and provides excellent maneuverability, stability, and a smooth ride in choppy waters. V-shaped hulls are versatile and suitable for a range of boating activities.

5. Flat Bottom Hulls: Flat bottom hulls have a flat bottom surface, making them ideal for boating in shallow waters, such as rivers and lakes. They offer excellent stability and are commonly used in fishing boats, jon boats, and small recreational vessels.

6. Deep-V Hulls: Deep-V hulls are similar to V-shaped hulls but have a deeper and more pronounced V-angle. These hulls are designed for high-performance boats, providing exceptional speed and maneuverability in rough water conditions. Deep-V hulls are commonly seen in offshore racing boats and sport fishing vessels.

7. A trimaran hull is a type of boat hull that consists of three parallel hulls connected by a deck structure. It is a unique and distinctive design that offers several advantages for boating enthusiasts.

The central hull of a trimaran is typically larger and longer than the two outer hulls, providing increased stability and buoyancy. The outer hulls, known as outriggers or floats, extend on either side of the central hull and are usually smaller in size. This configuration allows the trimaran to distribute weight evenly, reducing the chances of capsizing and providing excellent stability, even in rough water conditions.

One of the key benefits of a trimaran hull is its increased speed. The combination of the central hull’s streamlined shape and the reduced drag from the outriggers allows the trimaran to achieve higher speeds with less effort. This makes trimarans an excellent choice for racing or performance-oriented sailing.

Trimarans are also known for their spaciousness and ample deck space. The wider beam provided by the outriggers allows for a more open and expansive deck area, making it ideal for socializing, sunbathing, or accommodating larger groups of people. The additional deck space can also be utilized for various activities such as fishing, diving, or water sports.

In terms of versatility, trimaran hulls offer a wide range of boating possibilities. They are commonly used for cruising, day sailing, and even long-distance voyages. Trimarans are also popular in the racing community, with dedicated models designed specifically for competitive sailing events.

Trimarans can be constructed from various materials, including fiberglass, aluminum, and carbon fiber. This allows for flexibility in terms of strength, weight, and durability. The choice of material depends on factors such as the intended use of the boat, budget, and personal preferences.

In summary, a trimaran hull is a unique and efficient design that combines stability, speed, and spaciousness. Whether you’re looking for an exhilarating sailing experience or a comfortable cruising vessel, a trimaran offers a versatile and enjoyable boating option.

It’s important to note that boat hulls can be made from various materials, including fiberglass, aluminum, wood, and even inflatable materials. Each material offers different benefits in terms of strength, weight, durability, and maintenance requirements.

When choosing a boat, it’s essential to consider the type of hull that best suits your boating needs, water conditions, and intended activities.

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