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What are Formosa boats?
Formosa is a classic boat brand in the marine industry, manufacturing boats that vary in size from 41 feet to 51 feet. Boat Trader currently has 6 Formosa boats for sale, including 0 new vessels and 6 used boats listed by both individual owners and professional boat dealers mainly in United States. The oldest model listed on Boat Trader was built in 1974 and the newest was built in 1982.
What kind of boats does Formosa build?
Formosa designs and builds boats with familiar hull types including displacement and other. They are frequently considered suitable for popular boating on-the-water activities like overnight cruising, sailing, day cruising and watersports. Formosa produces models with inboard propulsion systems, available in diesel fuel systems.
How much do Formosa boats cost?
Formosa boats for sale on Boat Trader are listed for a swath of prices, valued from $50,020 on the more economical boat models all the way up to $168,855 for the most expensive boats. Higher performance models can accommodate motors up to 120 horsepower, while smaller more functional models may have as little as 56 horsepower engines (although the average engine size is 83 HP).
Why are Formosa boats popular?
Formosa is popular for their Cruisers, Ketch, Center Cockpit and Cutter among other classes and models. Overall these boats have deeper-depth draft and exceedingly wide beam, characteristics that make them a favorite for overnight cruising, sailing, day cruising and watersports Given their classic, crowd-pleasing status as a popular, established boat brand, used Formosa boats in good condition often make practical candidates for boat repowering projects.
What is the best Formosa?
Some of the best-known Formosa models currently include: Ketch, 46, Cutter, DOUBLE HEADSAIL KETCH and Sea Tiger.