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Aluminum Fishing boats are small, trailerable vessels generally used for time-honored pursuits such as freshwater and saltwater fishing. They have a rich legacy as vessels that are sought-after due to their medium-depth draft and average beam, attributes that make these vessels exceptionally appropriate for freshwater and saltwater fishing. The average number of people that can be accommodated onboard aluminum fishing boats listed is 8 passengers, with a maximum capacity of 901 guests and crew. Models with more power can accommodate motors up to a tremendous 1,259 horsepower, while more compact models may have as low as 23 horsepower engines on them (although the average engine size is 150 HP).
Of the 187 aluminum fishing boats for sale on YachtWorld currently, there are 139 new vessels and 48 used and custom yachts listed by professional yacht brokerages mainly in the following countries: United States, Canada and Turkey. Over the past 30 days, there have been 20 aluminum fishing boats listed for sale on YachtWorld. The average length of these vessels is 19 feet, while they differ in size from 14 feet long for the shortest, to 67 feet for the longest listed vessel. They are assembled by a wide variety of yacht builders and their hull types include deep vee, modified vee, planing, catamaran and monohull designs.
Some of the most widely-known, masterful builders of aluminum fishing boats at present include: Havoc, Extreme Boats, Weldcraft, Lund and Starcraft. These builders design aluminum fishing boats with outboard-4S, outboard, inboard, electric and outboard-2S propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel, electric and other fuel systems. Last month alone, the top 5 brands with the most views for aluminum fishing boats on YachtWorld were Armstrong Marine, Kingfisher, Polar Kraft, Seaark and Weldcraft.
Aluminum Fishing boats for sale on YachtWorld are listed in a wide swath of prices from $3,780 on the relatively more affordable end all the way up to $542,628 for the bigger-ticket vessels. Keep in mind the cost of ownership when considering your budget and the listing price of a yacht for sale.