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  1. 2019 Scarab 165 ID
    2019 Scarab 165 ID2019 Scarab 165 ID
    £ 39,750
    Carrington, Greater Manchester
    Drop the Hammer
  2. 2022 Scarab 215
    2022 Scarab 2152022 Scarab 215
    £ 98,009
    Poole, Dorset
    Network Yacht Brokers
  3. 2021 Scarab 195 ID
    2021 Scarab 195 ID2021 Scarab 195 ID
    £ 75,000
    Poole, Dorset
    Network Yacht Brokers
  4. 2021 Quicksilver Activ 555 Open
    2021 Quicksilver Activ 555 Open2021 Quicksilver Activ 555 Open
    £ 29,995
    Newhaven, United Kingdom
    Simpson Marine
  5. 2006 Avon 320 Jet DL2006 Avon 320 Jet DL
    £ 6,990
    Lincoln, Lincolnshire
    Burton Waters Boat Sales

What are the main uses of Jet boats?

These boats tend to be used for day cruising and watersports. These are boats which have an average power of 150 cv and can vary in size from 3 metre to 16 metre. These boats are constructed by a wide variety of boat makers with hull types which include modified vee, planing and rib, inboard and outboard engines, and which are available in gas.

How many Jet boats do we offer?

Boats and Outboards currently has 5 for sale, including 4 new vessels and 1 used boats, listed by both individuals and professional brokers and boat dealerships mainly in United Kingdom. Some of these Jet boats are very new, from 2022, while others are older, such as the 2006 ones.

Which shipyards build the best Jet boats?

Out of 3 manufacturers, Scarab, Avon and Quicksilver currently produce some of the best Jet boats available. Choose from a huge range of luxury boats on Boats and Outboards.

Are Jet boats cheap?

Boats and Outboards has a wide range of Jet boats available, from the cheapest priced at £6,990 to the most exclusive priced at £98,009.