The Bullit 660 inboard is an aluminum lightweight boat and offers boating fun for the whole family. The tender boat is 6.60m long and 2.46m wide. The draft is 0.60m and the headroom 1.12m. The hull weight is 1340kg and the design category is C.
The lightweight aluminum tender also has remarkably little draft and is characterized by excellent sailing characteristics, stability and space. An advantage of aluminum boats is that they are low maintenance, they can remain in the water during the winter and freeze if necessary. Above all, aluminum is foolproof, because it is not broken. This makes our boats resistant to vandalism. The Bullit 660 is multifunctional, which is why this indestructible aluminum boat – with the necessary modifications – is also used as a work boat. Think of fire department, patrol or enforcement boats. Also have a look at this special version for the London Olympics.
All Alumax boats have self-draining valves in the hull so that water can easily drain out of the boat. Very handy for cleaning the boat!
In contrast to an outboard engine, the inboard engine is – as the name suggests – integrated in the boat. This is an advantage because boat and engine are one and are also seen as such. Another advantage is that vandalism has a smaller chance of succeeding. An inboard engine is more economical in fuel consumption, you can sail all day for just a few liters. The Bullit 660 inboard offers comfort, convenience and enough safety to sail on canals and turbulent waters. Read more benefits of an inboard engine here.
The Bullit series consists of 6 indestructible, self-draining and maintenance-free tenders. The aluminum boats are designed and built at our yard in Meppel and promote carefree boating pleasure. Available with inboard diesel engine, outboard gasoline engine or an electric motor. Please note: if a boat goes faster than 20 km per hour, a boating license is required. Because aluminum is much lighter than, for example, a comparable polyester sloop, they can also sail much faster. The Bullit series is designed to handle these speeds. They remain flat and above all stable sailing, so you do not have to stand. Moreover, they are easy to trailer. Are you going to cast off the ropes?