When our customers talk about engines for boats, they are often referred to with the generic terms “outboards” and “inboards“. This refers to the two main types of engines on board:
Outboard engines (“outboards”)
An outboard engine is mounted outside the hull of the vessel. Outboard engines are the most widely used form of propulsion for smaller vessels.
Inboard engines (“inboards”)
An inboard engine is mounted inside the hull of the vessel, usually attached to a propeller driven by a drive shaft.
How to choose a board engine for you?
Contact Brugge Marine Centre for tailored advice on choosing the best engine for your boat. We are absolute specialists in the field of engines for RIB’s and fiberglass boats, both for sales, maintenance and repair.