Beyond or outside of the lines of a vessel's bulwarks or hull; in a direction from the hull or from the keel; -- opposed to inboard; as, outboard rigging; swing the davits outboard.
Powerboat having an engine outside the hull.
Descriptive of anything positioned outside the hull; also shorthand for an outboard motor or a boat powered by an outboard motor.
An engine and propeller arrangement usually attached to the stern of the boat. The entire unit can be turned to provide steering capability.
a motorboat with an outboard motor
internal-combustion engine that mounts at stern of small boat
a complete power unit, including an engine, gear case and propeller , mounted on the transom of the vessel
a standalone engine that sits at the stern (rear) of small to medium sized boats
Outside the hull of the boat, such as an "outboard" motor.
Toward or beyond the boat's sides. A detachable engine mounted on a boat's stern.
An engine not permanently affixed to the structure of the craft, regardless of the method or location used to mount the engine; e.g., motor wells, Akicker pits,@ motor pockets, etc.
Away from the center toward the outside; without the hull.
Toward the outside of a boat.
A portable motor with a propeller, mounted on the outside of the hull at a boat’s stern; a boat with an outboard motor
On the side of the hull that the water is on. Outboard engines are sometimes just called outboards.