Many people think that the Boat Outboard Motor makes the boat look ugly.
* Because the propeller is not deep into the water, the propeller may idling when the stern rises in the rough sea
* Unless the vessel has a relevant good design, the fuel tank may be placed in a strange or even dangerous position
* Old-fashioned two-cylinder engine will be noisy, smog
* An oversized engine that is too large will cause the vessel to lose balance
* Just like other decisions when buying a sailboat, the best type of engine depends on your intended use of the vessel.
Outboard engines are usually mounted on a sailboat through separate support arms rather than being clamped to the beam with clamps like most motorboats. Carefully check the engine support arm for any vessel you intend to purchase. It should be strong, securely mounted, and commensurate with the weight of the engine. The new outboard motor 4 stroke boat engine is heavier than the old parallel-bar engine, so if you (or the previous owner) replaced the outboard engine, you need to make sure the support arm is still fit.