What does Motorboat mean?

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Other definitions of Motorboat:

  • To motorboat someone, place your face between their breasts, squishing them together, rock your head side to side (or have them jiggle back and forth), and making an audible "brrrr" noise, which sounds like a motorboat.

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How to use the term Motorboat :

It's doubtful she derives much pleasure other than seeing your amusement when you're motorboating.

Oh, motorboat me harder, baby! Yes, just like that!


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Officer ‘motorboated’ subordinate at promotion ceremony, retires after guilty plea

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A former Louisiana National Guard officer was allowed to retire after a general court-martial convicted him of charges stemming from “motorboating” a subordinate soldier during an informal promotion ceremony while deployed to Jordan in May 2021, Army Times has confirmed.

Capt. Billy Joe Crosby Jr., a logistics officer who was overseas with the 256th Infantry Brigade Combat Team during its recent deployment, was initially charged with abusive sexual contact and conduct unbecoming an officer, according to court records obtained by Army Times. Crosby was the officer-in-charge of an outpost in Jordan.

Maj. Jessica Rovero, a spokesperson for the command overseeing the trial, told Army Times in a statement that Crosby’s “behavior is not in line with the Army values.”

Rovero added that “multiple Soldiers immediately reported the behavior, and Crosby pled guilty at trial.”

The guilty plea came with strings attached, though.

The officer struck a deal that erased the abusive sexual contact charge. He pled guilty to assault consummated by battery — a non-sexual offense — and conduct unbecoming, records reveal.

Crosby, a prior enlisted soldier who participated in the 1989 invasion of Panama, was confined for 30 days. The plea deal also prevented the judge from dismissing him from the Army, which would have kept him from collecting his retirement.

A Louisiana National Guard spokesperson, Lt. Col. Noel Collins, confirmed that Crosby retired March 31 after completing his confinement and returning home.

Crosby did not respond to an emailed request for comment.

What did Crosby do?

When he learned that the junior soldier was selected for promotion, Crosby reportedly announced to her twice that he intended to “motorboat” her during her promotion ceremony because the Army Combat Uniform’s chest-placed rank patch was intended for such actions.

An NCO witnessed both statements, according to a motion filed by prosecutors.

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Stop staring at my breasts — oh wait, that’s where my rank is

The placement of the rank on the chest is a concern for many women during promotion ceremonies, says the author of this commentary..

Prosecutors described “motorboating” as “when a person places his or her face between a [woman]’s breasts and shakes his or her head back and forth while making sounds resembling a boat motor.”

Weeks before the assault, Crosby also told the NCO that he wanted to bring the junior soldier with him on a driving trip to another base in Jordan. The NCO told investigators that Crosby requested the soldier’s company because “he liked looking at her tits.”

The junior soldier told Crosby the day before the assault that she did not want a promotion ceremony.

But during work the following day, according to a prosecution motion, Crosby “approached [the junior soldier], told her to stand up, placed the rank in front of her chest, leaned in the grab the rank with his teeth...then placed his face between [the junior soldier]’s breasts...[and] vigorously moved his head from side to side between [her] breasts while still holding the rank with his teeth.”

It’s not clear when the crime was reported, nor is it clear who reported it, but court documents indicate that agents from the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division were interviewing witnesses within two weeks of the incident.

Crosby, who initially declared he would plead not guilty, changed his plea after negotiating a deal that reduced the charges and protected his retirement. The removal of the abusive sexual contact charge, which was dismissed as part of the deal, also meant that he did not have to register as a sex offender.

Although the deal took away the possibility of an other-than-honorable discharge and reduced his maximum confinement to 120 days, the judge only sentenced Crosby to 30 days and did not direct a reprimand, fines or forfeitures.

Crosby’s brigade had other disciplinary issues during its 2021 mobilization, which saw most of the unit sent to the Middle East. Some other elements of the brigade went to the federally controlled mission supporting officials at the U.S.-Mexico border.

A Louisiana Guard cavalry troop operating in south Texas was temporarily disbanded after widespread issues with sexual harassment, discipline and command climate. The state returned its troops from the border mission a month ahead of schedule after two soldiers died in alcohol-related incidents, though a state spokesperson said the move was unrelated to the problems the units had faced.

Davis Winkie covers the Army for Military Times. He studied history at Vanderbilt and UNC-Chapel Hill, and served five years in the Army Guard. His investigations earned the Society of Professional Journalists' 2023 Sunshine Award and consecutive Military Reporters and Editors honors, among others. Davis was also a 2022 Livingston Awards finalist.

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motorboating ( uncountable )

  • The act of travelling in a motorboat .
  • ( slang ) The act of placing one's head between a woman's breasts and making the sound of a motorboat with one's lips whilst moving the head from side to side.

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  • 2010 , Phil Torcivia, Nice Meeting You , page 183 : (He is referring to her boobs.) Phil: Nice. Dog #1: They are suh-weet! Can you imagine climbing behind that caboose and hanging on to those milk-bags? Dog #2: I'd be motorboating them for hours.
  • 2011 , Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi , A Shore Thing , page 120 : "Mmmm," he mumbled, his face between her boobs, motorboating .
  • 2012 , Alex Langley, The Geek Handbook: Practical Skills and Advice for the Likeable Modern Geek , page 56 : PROBLEM: You accidentally touched your platonic galpal on the boob. SOLUTION: Apologize quickly, making it clear that it was just a slip of the hand. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE: Try to “break the tension” by motorboating your friend's breasts.

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What Women Want In Boating


They want role models, training, and inclusion, according to a cross section of fascinating women interviewed for this BoatUS Special Report.

A woman wearing a baseball hat and sunglasses at the helm of a sailboat

The author at the helm of her Dufour 35, which she sailed to Mexico, French Polynesia, and Australia with her husband, Robin. (Photo: Jean Pascal-Remon)

We'd accepted an invitation for sundowners on a couple's boat when, amidst chips, dips, and pleasantries, I found myself caught in the dreaded man-talk triangle. Our host was describing a recent engine problem. I asked a question about it, but he launched into an explanation — directed exclusively at my husband, Robin. Knowing my interest in engines and wanting to include me, Robin smartly made eye contact only with me. All the while I glared at this man like a 6-year-old in a staring contest, determined to eyeball my way into the conversation. For five uncomfortable minutes, he talked to Robin, Robin talked to me, and I talked to the man.

A group of four men and one woman in matching orange and blue shirts smile at the camera from a orange and blue raceboat

Danielle Tindale of Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin, grew up boating and now participates in offshore powerboating poker runs across the United States with her fiancé.

He was a nice fellow and meant no offense, but my fellow boating women can relate. We're a minority in a male-dominated sport, so we sometimes get overlooked.

According to data collected by the market research firm Info-Link, men outnumber women when it comes to registered boat owners by 7 to 1, which probably comes as no surprise, but the data also reveals signs that an increasing number of women are buying boats. For example, the incidence of women first-time boat buyers is about one-third higher than the percentage of women in the general boat-owning population. "This means a higher percentage of woman are giving boat ownership a try," said Jack Ellis, managing director at Info-Link.

Even more promising is the number of women using peer-to-peer (P2P) rental services, online platforms that allow users to rent boats directly from owners. At Boatsetter, a platform with 10,000 listed boats, 32 percent of renters are women. That's more than 2.5 times female boat owners (12 percent). Bryan Petro, COO of another P2P service GetMyBoat told us that women are turning to his company's service for "family vacations, bachelorette parties, birthday parties, family reunions, [and] ... fun outings on the weekend." With all that in mind, the recreational boating industry — and the culture surrounding the lifestyle — could both benefit from greater female influence. BoatUS Magazine spoke with female boaters to understand what women, men, and the boating industry can do to foster equilibrium.

My Love Is An Ocean

Water is the great unifier, regardless of gender. Mary Avery-Harrington, a 54-year-old offshore performance boater in Cape Cod, told us, "It's the feeling you get, the release of all the pressures in life that you leave on shore." Danielle Tindale, a 35-year-old with a SV43 Outerlimits powerboat, noted how boating brings people together. "The time you spend with your loved ones on the boat is something you can't replace," she said. Niki Lee, founder of Passion for Powerboats, a 61,000 member Facebook group told us the allure is simple: "I love just driving around, wind in my hair, and being on the water."

An aerial shot of a powerboat underway

Mary Avery-Harrington runs her 37-foot Outerlimits locally in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and trailers all over, doing poker runs from Key West to Canada. She's "all about strong women" and got her daughter into running her own "go-fast" boat at the age of 16.

But diving into the wonders of the boating lifestyle, one must take the good with the bad.

"I'd say the challenging aspects are docking and trailering," said Lee, while Tindale sees the greatest challenges in boating as maintenance and upkeep. "There's always something that needs to be done on offshore boats that most people are totally unaware of," she said.

Most women don't grow up being expected or encouraged to rebuild an engine or tow a trailer, so they don't acquire valuable mechanical skills along the way. Needless to say, bridging the skills gap is daunting to boating newcomers. So, what can be done?

What Women Can Do

Manage fear. From newbies to world-class athletes, every female boater we interviewed talked about dealing with fear on the water.

A woman in a red sailing jacket smiles as she holds blue rope in her hands.

Susie Goodall, 28, is the youngest and only female competitor in the 2018 Golden Globe Race, where she'll sail solo and nonstop.

Meet Susie Goodall, a 28-year-old Brit who is the only woman entered in the 2018 Golden Globe Race, a 10-month solo round-the-world sail race without GPS, satellite phone, computer, weather routing or … stopping. It's unquestionably one of the most challenging and dangerous races in the world. Yet, when we got on the topic of fear, Goodall, a sponsored athlete and professional sailing instructor, mentioned the discomfort she still feels when solo docking her heavy Rustler 36 sailing yacht.

"It might sound silly, but I actually get most nervous coming in and out of port on my own," she said. "When I have to leave port by myself, I put it off and it takes me almost an hour to leave every time. But it's one of those situations where you've got to just do it."

When a professional sailor, staring down the barrel of one of the most dangerous feats in sailing, tells you that she finds solo docking stressful, you can take comfort that the feeling is universal.

Goodall's strategy is to acknowledge her fear. "When I'm out on the ocean, fear is something I just deal with because I don't have a choice, because I'm in the situation," she said. "I think just knowing that I don't like it, accepting that I don't like it, and acknowledging that it's really unpleasant, is a big thing."

A man at the helm of a white sailboat

Berenike "Nike" Steiger has spent the last five years fixing up and solo sailing her 30-plus-foot aluminum boat, Karl, around the world. 52,000 people follow her adventure on her YouTube channel White Spot Pirates, and she recently released a documentary called "Untie the Lines." Left: Nikki Lee is the founder of Passion for Powerboats, a 61,000-member Facebook group, where members share their love of go-fast boats. In a recent shootout, Lee and her partner hit a blistering 87 mph.

Talk it out. Berenike "Nike" Steiger, who recently completed a 4,000 mile sail, much of it solo, told us that she struggled with anxiety, sometimes doubting her abilities to deal with tricky situations. She said it's important to talk about these fears.

"Show others that it's OK to have doubt, anxiety, and worry, because that's what most of us experience as part of boating," she said. "It doesn't mean you're weak. It's totally human, and often is even good because it keeps you on your toes for potentially dangerous situations that come along."

A woman pulls at a rope onboard a sailboat and looks up at the sails

Beth Mansfield is a passionate sailor, proud boat owner, and active member of the Edgewater Yacht Club on Lake Erie. A few years ago, she started a cruising group and is now the Sailboat Cruising Fleet Captain.

Gain proficiency. One way to reduce boating anxiety is to get experience. As Beth Mansfield, a sailor and cruising fleet captain at her local yacht club in Ohio, shared, "There's no substitute for experience, both good and bad. There have been many embarrassing moments, many with witnesses, but I just tell myself it's the cost of learning." Mansfield added she found it helpful to join a local chapter of a national organization that promotes the sport of racing among women.

Ask (lots of) questions. All boaters learn by asking for help, and as Steiger says, "It's OK to ask for help and ask questions about stuff you might not know. Get as much input as you can, then use your own knowledge and judgment to make decisions. You cannot know everything from the start. Have confidence that you'll grow into it step by step. And don't be afraid to tackle topics that might be considered 'men's territory.'"

A man and woman in a white rowboat named SCOUT

After saving for years, Alaina Moore and her husband Patrick Riley bought a 30-foot Cape Dory and went on a yearlong sail of the Eastern Seaboard. They wrote and recorded an album called "Cape Dory," which propelled them into a chart-topping music career as the band Tennis.

Tune it out. One risk of casting a wide net for learning is the potential to be overwhelmed with well-meaning advice. Mary Avery-Harrington's solution? "I always say to women, 'It's easy, just roll your windows up, don't listen to all the advice, take your time, and you'll be perfect at it. If you need instruction just pick one person you have confidence in and ignore the rest,'" she said. "Being a woman, I sometimes get more advice from well-meaning men. I've learned it's OK to ask someone to help direct me on occasion, but to mostly just believe in myself and smile with my windows up and do it my way."

Be a mentor. With the advent of groups like Women Who Sail and The Magenta Project , female mentorship is now just a click away. The climate has changed dramatically in a relatively short period, but some obstacles remain. Think about this: In a recent study conducted by the retailer REI, some 63 percent of respondents said they could not think of an outdoor female role model.

Carrie Sixkiller 2017 LOTO Shootout

Carrie Sixkiller was voted into the LOTO Shootout Hall of Fame in 2017 after 10 years of running speed trials in her 1993 Baja 24-foot Outlaw, B-Nauti (which doubles as her lake boat). She also leads a project called SilverBras and has given away more than 5,000 bras to women and girls in need. (Photo: George Denny)

"Women need to be more supportive of other women in boating by encouraging them to do more! Teach other women what you know, and share helpful tips for working on, driving, and trailering a boat," is the advice of Carrie Sixkiller, the second female solo racer to be inducted into the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout Hall of Fame.

A woman wearing sunglasses smiles from the helm of a powerboat giving a thumbs up

Lori Garlough's hobby is buying and restoring old offshore boats. Lori's 13-year-old daughter has grown up helping her mom work on boats and already has a good grasp of basic mechanics. When not working on boats, Lori enjoys cruising the St. Lawrence and Rideau rivers.

"Start with the kids," said Lori Garlough, a single mother with a passion for fixing-up mid-1980s Scarabs. She's made a point of teaching her daughter mechanics and shop skills. "I'd love to see us get our kids more involved, giving them a good knowledge base when they're young so they can decide later on if boating is for them," she said.

What Men Can Do

Be a mentor. Many women told us their greatest champions in boating have been men. As Mansfield said, "Women need good role models, male and female, and helpful mentors. I've been very fortunate to have wonderful mentors. But more importantly, I've had the backing of my husband, whose tolerance allowed me to make mistakes. Without his support, we would have sold the boat years ago."

While mentorship can take the form of instruction and advice, it also means there's a time to hand over the keys. "I've known women who want to drive the boat, but the husband won't let them," Sixkiller said. "Men should encourage women to work on the boat and be a part of the process. It makes boating much more fun when you do it together."

Having control can also go a long way in dealing with anxiety. "After a few calamitous events involving differences of opinion, a mentor suggested that I let my husband come to understand that I was the captain of the vessel and my orders were indisputable," Mansfield recalled. "I was fortunate that he understood my need to feel in control, which increased my comfort level in difficult situations. I started managing more of the maintenance issues on the boat and did more of the repairs myself. He delights in that! And he's quick to point out to others that it's my boat."

Share responsibility. This goes a long way in promoting confidence. "It's really not about needing to know it all. It's about partnerships and sharing responsibilities and passions," Avery-Harrington said. "My husband and I share every responsibility of boating, and by doing so I've gained so much confidence. I have people commenting all the time when I back the boat down the ramp or pull it out of the water that they wish they could do the same."

Steiger suggested going a step further: "Empower women to dive into fields they might not feel comfortable with in the beginning by offering support, knowledge, and trust in their abilities."

BoatUS Supports Women Boaters

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BoatUS strives to support and foster education for women boaters to encourage enjoyment and grow boating as a whole. Here are a few of the ways we're involved:

Women Making Waves: This boat-handling class is offered at some of the BoatUS Foundation On-Water Training pilot programs held across the country. Women are taught basic boat-handling skills, often by female U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captains. The course offers experience and confidence at the helm. BoatUS.org/On-Water

Sailing Convention for Women: BoatUS is a proud sponsor of this annual gathering, located in Corona del Mar, California. This daylong ladies-only series of shore- and boat-based workshops offer beginners and experts alike a welcoming environment to learn more about all topics sailing. sailingconventionforwomen.com

Women's Sailing Conference: This annual event in Marblehead, Massachusetts, sponsored by BoatUS, features hands-on land- and water-based workshops and seminars. It offers women a fantastic opportunity to learn or hone sailing skills, network with other women sailors, and gain the confidence necessary to become a valuable crew member or knowledgeable skipper. womensailing.org

Leadership in Women's Sailing Award: Co-sponsored by the National Women's Sailing Association and BoatUS, this annual award recognizes an individual with a record of achievement in inspiring, educating, and enriching the lives of other women through sailing. womensailing.org

— Stacey Nedrow-Wigmore

What The Industry Can Do

While many marine organizations have made commendable efforts to encourage equal participation in boating, highlighting active boating women in their ads and creating seminars geared toward this demographic, there are still some in the marine industry who seem to have slipped on bronzing oil and remain stuck in the 1960s.

Moore put it more directly. "Boating needs a hard rebrand. It's seen as the domain of wealthy white men. At this time in history that's a huge strike against it," she said. "Every business and political office is striving for diversity and gender equality. It's time for boating and its institutions to catch up."

A man and a woman in the cockpit of a boat, both wearing a pink and green uniform.

Nikki Lee is the founder of Passion for Powerboats, a 61,000-member Facebook group, where members share their love of go-fast boats. In a recent shootout, Lee and her partner hit a blistering 87 mph.

Retire the stereotype. Almost every woman we interviewed called for a change in industry marketing, wanting to see women represented in positions of power: at the helm, navigating, and so on. "Nine times out of 10, any ad for boats or boating features a male driving the boat, not a female. Boating has always been a male-dominated industry because they imply it requires a certain skill set only meant for men," Sixkiller said. Images of women sun tanning in bikinis on deck while men drive is a not-so-subtle exclusion of women's accomplishments in boating and watersports.

Design gear for women. Women want products designed around their specific needs, instead of, as one woman put it, "wimpy-pink" afterthoughts. In particular, women struggle to find outerwear and life jackets that are suitable for under 5’10 heights and curvy or plus-size body types, many of them turning to mountain, golf, and surf brands for their boating attire.

Offer courses and training. Women also want more options for product and boating education. "I'd love to see the marine industry offer women-only programs for women to feel more comfortable on the water by themselves," Tindale told us. "In my experience, as soon as you offer these programs for both men and women, you see a decline in women wanting to participate."

One positive example of this is Freedom Boat Club's DIVAS Program, an association for Freedom Boat Club women members that offers training and social opportunities. To date, the club has held 22 classes in southwest Florida and trained more than 350 women.

Women in the workforce. In one sector of the marine industry (ferry, cruise, and cargo ships) the 2015 International Workers Federation (ITF) estimated that only 1 to 2 percent of the workforce is women. Encouraging more women to work in the boating business will help draw more women customers to consider boating.

Melanie Neale, a yacht broker and founding member of the new Facebook group Women Working in the Marine Industry, suggested that marine businesses could help by hiring more qualified women for male-dominated jobs, or by offering employees the same benefits as other industries, "such as flexible work hours and better policies on maternity leave."

Women already in the marine industry can help mentor and hire more women, too. Supporting women entrepreneurs and employees in the marine industry helps boating and plays a critical role in increasing workforce diversity. In the long run, that will make boating more representative overall, and attract more women into this lifestyle that we love.

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Motorboat (slang)

Type: verb , slang

Pronunciation: /mow-ter- boat /

Also spelled or known as: Motor boat , Motor- boat

Related: Motorboated

What does Motorboat mean?

To put your face between two breasts and shake your head acting like a motorboat.

Example sentence: “She let me motorboat her at the party.”

Motorboat in songs :

“If life is a woman, she’s got some epic titties and I wanna get up in it and live it and motorboat ’ em ” – Watsky, IDGAF.

“See them titties , wanna motorboat it” – Childish Gambino, Dream / Southern Hospitality / Partna Dem .

“In a six, told her suck a dick , motorboat her tits ” – A$AP Rocky, Goldie.

“Wish I was big pimpin ’ on a yacht wit Hova But I’m happy that my girl lemme motorboat her” – Lil Dicky, Jewish Flow .

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1890, in the meaning defined above

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What Does Motorboat Mean? (A Closer Look)

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For centuries, motorboats have been a popular way to travel and explore the world’s waters.

From luxurious cruises to life-saving rescues, motorboats have served many important purposes.

But what does motorboat mean? How did the motorboat come to exist? What are the types of motorboats? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at motorboats and answer all of these questions and more.

We’ll explore the brief history of the motorboat, discover the types available, and learn what motorboats are used for.

We’ll also examine the benefits of owning a motorboat, tips for buying one, the cost of maintaining it, and popular destinations for motorboaters.

So, buckle up and let’s dive into the wonderful world of motorboats!

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Motorboat is a term used to describe the action of a person vibrating their lips together to make a sound resembling the noise of a motorboat.

This sound is usually made in order to make someone laugh or to express amusement.

It is a form of vocal mimicry and often occurs in combination with hand gestures to create a physical representation of a motorboat.

A Brief History of the Motorboat

The motorboat has a long and interesting history.

It can be traced back to the early 1800s, when the first internal combustion engine was invented.

The engine was quickly adapted to power boats, allowing people to explore the waters in a way that was previously impossible.

The first motorboats were slow and unreliable, but gradually improved over the years.

In the early 1900s, motorboats became increasingly popular for recreational activities.

The invention of the outboard motor in the 1930s made the motorboat even more popular, as it allowed people to easily move around the waters.

This newfound mobility enabled people to explore more of their local waters, and motorboats became an essential part of recreational activities such as fishing, water skiing, and other water sports.

Today, motorboats are an integral part of the recreational boating industry.

Motorboats come in a variety of sizes and styles, from small inflatable boats to large luxury yachts.

They are also available in a range of propulsion systems, from gasoline to diesel engines.

Motorboats provide an enjoyable and convenient way to explore the waters, allowing people to access otherwise inaccessible areas.

Types of Motorboats

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Motorboats come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from small inflatable boats to large luxury yachts. Typically, motorboats are classified by their hull type: inboard, outboard, jet, and sterndrive. Inboard motorboats have an engine mounted inside the hull and can be powered by either gasoline or diesel engines. Outboard motorboats, on the other hand, have an engine mounted outside the hull and are usually powered by gasoline engines. Jet motorboats are powered by a jet drive, which creates a water jet that propels the boat forward. Lastly, stern drive motorboats are powered by an inboard engine connected to an outboard drive, which is located at the back of the boat.

No matter what type of motorboat you choose, they all offer a great way to explore the waters and have fun with family and friends.

In addition to recreational activities, motorboats can also be used for transportation and fishing.

With the right safety precautions, motorboating can be a safe and enjoyable experience.

What Motorboats Are Used For

Motorboats are a popular choice for recreational activities, such as fishing, water skiing, and other water sports.

For those who enjoy the outdoors, motorboats offer a convenient and enjoyable way to explore the waters and access areas that are otherwise inaccessible.

Motorboats come in a variety of sizes, ranging from small inflatable boats to large luxury yachts.

Depending on the size of the boat, they can accommodate anywhere from one to several people, making them an ideal option for groups or families looking to have a leisurely day on the water.

Fishing enthusiasts often opt for motorboats, as they can get to their desired fishing spots quickly and easily.

Additionally, they can often navigate through shallow waters that other types of boats cannot, making them well-suited for exploring and accessing areas with low-lying waters.

For those who enjoy water sports, motorboats can provide a fun and safe way to do so.

They can reach speeds of up to 30 knots, making them perfect for skiing, tubing, wakeboarding, and other activities.

Motorboats are also ideal for sightseeing and other leisurely activities.

With a motorboat, you can take in the sights and sounds of the water, such as the wildlife, the scenery, and the sounds of nature.

Whether youre looking to take a leisurely cruise around the harbor or explore the coastlines, motorboats can provide an enjoyable and convenient way to do so.

Benefits of Owning a Motorboat

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Owning a motorboat offers a number of benefits, from convenience to cost-effectiveness.

Motorboats are an ideal choice for anyone looking to explore the waters, as they provide easy access to otherwise inaccessible areas.

Not only are motorboats capable of reaching remote locations, but they also provide the opportunity for activities such as fishing, water skiing, and other water sports.

Moreover, motorboats come in a variety of sizes, from small inflatable boats to large luxury yachts, making them perfect for everything from a leisurely day on the water to a week-long trip.

In addition to providing access to remote locations, motorboats are also a cost-effective option.

While larger yachts may require a substantial initial investment, smaller boats can be purchased for much less.

Furthermore, motorboats are generally cheaper to maintain and operate than their sailboat counterparts.

Finally, owning a motorboat provides a unique sense of freedom.

From the open waters of the ocean to the secluded coves of a lake, motorboats allow you to explore the world in a way that few other activities can.

Whether you want to take a leisurely cruise or explore a hidden bay, motorboats provide a way to do it.

Overall, owning a motorboat is an excellent way to explore the waters.

With easy access to remote locations, cost-effective options, and a unique sense of freedom, motorboats offer a unique experience that can be enjoyed for years to come.

Tips for Buying a Motorboat

When it comes to buying a motorboat, there are a few key factors to consider.

First, you need to think about the size and type of boat that best suits your needs.

Motorboats come in a variety of sizes, from small inflatable boats to large luxury yachts.

Smaller boats are generally cheaper to buy and maintain, but may not be suitable for longer trips or activities such as water skiing.

Larger boats, on the other hand, may be more expensive, but offer more space and comfort, as well as more stability in choppy waters.

You should also consider the type of engine you prefer.

Outboard motors are the most common type of motorboat engine and are typically powered by gasoline.

Inboard motors, on the other hand, are powered by diesel and provide more power and efficiency than outboard motors.

Finally, you should consider the cost of the motorboat and the associated costs of upkeep and maintenance.

Another important factor when buying a motorboat is safety.

Before purchasing a motorboat, make sure to research the safety features and amenities available.

Many motorboats now come with safety features such as fire extinguishers, life jackets, and flotation devices.

Its also a good idea to take a boating safety course to ensure that you are familiar with boat handling and navigation.

Finally, make sure to think about where you plan to use your motorboat.

If you are planning to take your boat out on open waters, you may want to consider a larger boat with more horsepower and stability.

If you plan to use the boat on sheltered waters, a smaller boat may be more suitable.

Buying a motorboat can be an exciting and rewarding experience.

By following the tips above, you can make sure you get the right boat for your needs and have a safe and enjoyable time on the water.

The Cost of Maintaining a Motorboat

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For those who are looking to explore the waters with a motorboat, the cost of maintenance should be taken into consideration.

Depending on the size and type of motorboat, the cost of ownership can range from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars each year.

In addition to the purchase price of the motorboat, there are various expenses associated with ownership and use, such as fuel, insurance, storage, and maintenance.

Fuel costs can be one of the biggest expenses associated with owning a motorboat.

Motorboats are typically powered by gasoline or diesel, and the cost of fuel can vary greatly depending on the type of engine and how often it is used.

It is important to research the fuel costs associated with the type of motorboat you are interested in to ensure that your budget can cover the cost of operating the boat.

Insurance is also an important and necessary cost associated with owning a motorboat.

Insurance costs can vary depending on the size and type of motorboat and the coverage desired.

It is important to understand the types of coverage available for your motorboat and to ensure that you have the right amount of coverage for your needs.

Storage costs can also add up over time.

Depending on the size and type of motorboat, it may need to be stored in a slip, a marina, or on dry land.

The cost of storage can vary greatly, depending on the location, the size of the boat, and the type of storage facility.

It is important to research the costs associated with storing your motorboat before purchasing one.

Finally, maintenance costs should also be taken into consideration.

Motorboats require regular maintenance in order to stay in good working order.

This includes things such as oil changes, engine tune-ups, and other repairs.

The cost of maintenance can vary depending on the type and size of the motorboat, as well as the frequency of use.

It is important to research the cost of maintenance before making a purchase to ensure that you can afford to keep the motorboat in good working order.

Popular Motorboat Destinations

When it comes to motorboat destinations, the possibilities are endless! From the coasts of the Mediterranean to the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, there is something for everyone.

Whether youre looking for a peaceful getaway to relax and unwind, or an adventure-filled trip to explore unspoiled nature, motorboats are the perfect way to get there.

The Mediterranean Sea is a popular destination for motorboat enthusiasts.

The warm, clear waters provide the perfect atmosphere for fishing, swimming, and sightseeing.

Yachts are available for day trips along the coast, allowing you to explore hidden coves and inlets.

Popular stops along the Mediterranean include the Greek Islands, Italy, Spain, and France, each offering their own unique experiences.

In the Caribbean, the clear turquoise waters of the sea are a paradise for motorboat enthusiasts.

From the tranquil waters of the Bahamas to the crystal clear waters of the Dominican Republic, there is something for everyone.

Whether youre looking for a relaxing fishing trip or an adrenaline-filled snorkeling adventure, the Caribbean has something for everyone.

Popular destinations in the Caribbean include the Cayman Islands, Jamaica, the Virgin Islands, and St.

No matter where you choose to take your motorboat, youre sure to find a unique adventure waiting for you.

Whether youre looking for a relaxing day on the water or an exhilarating ride, motorboats are the perfect way to explore the world.

Final Thoughts

Motorboats have been around for centuries and provide a convenient and enjoyable way to explore the waters.

From small inflatable boats to luxurious yachts, theres a motorboat for everyone.

Whether its fishing, water skiing, or simply cruising, there are plenty of benefits to owning a motorboat.

With the right tips, you can easily find the perfect motorboat that fits your needs.

Maintaining a motorboat can be costly but, with the right destinations and activities, it can be well worth the investment.

With so much to explore and discover, motorboating can be a great way to enjoy the outdoors.

So dont wait, take a closer look at what motorboating has to offer and get out on the water today!

James Frami

At the age of 15, he and four other friends from his neighborhood constructed their first boat. He has been sailing for almost 30 years and has a wealth of knowledge that he wants to share with others.

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The Dali was less than 30 minutes into its planned 27-day journey when the ship ran into the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday.

The ship, which was sailing under the Singaporean flag, was on its way to Sri Lanka and was supposed to arrive there on April 22, according to VesselFinder, a ship tracking website.

The Dali, which is nearly 1,000 feet long, left the Baltimore port around 1 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday. The ship had two pilots onboard, according to a statement by its owners, Grace Ocean Investment. There were 22 crew members on board, the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore said in a statement. There were no reports of any injuries, Grace Ocean said.

Before heading off on its voyage, the Dali had returned to the United States from Panama on March 19, harboring in New York. It then arrived on Saturday in Baltimore, where it spent two days in the port.

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  • cabin cruiser
  • dragon boat
  • rubber dinghy
  • While you can take a motorboat, many people prefer to take the original Venetian taxi, the famous gondola.  

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