RV Accessories & Supplies - Boats and Accessories

Boats and Accessories

New Zealand has some fabulous lakes, rivers, and coastlines and there’s no better way to explore them than by boat. At RV Super Centre, we’ve got boating accessories to help you make the most of your boating and fishing adventures.

They say the worst day fishing is better than the best day working! And while we agree, it’s always better to come home with a decent catch. To help make your fishing trip a successful one, our range of Humminbird fish finders are designed to locate the best fishing spots quickly.

To keep you powered up on the water, choose from our range of electric outboard motors. Suitable for both salt and freshwater use, the Haswing Ultima outboard is ideal for small inflatables and tenders. We also stock spare batteries for this model. Also in stock at RV Super Centre, the Minn Kota range of outboard motors offer cool, quiet power. Choose from three great models, the Transom, RT45, and RT55.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the necessities to have on a boat?

Whether you’re out on the water fishing, exploring, or just travelling from one amazing part of New Zealand’s coastline to another, it’s important to always put safety first when boating. That means ensuring you’ve got correctly fitting life jackets for every person onboard. We also recommend having a waterproof form of communication. Find out more about staying safe on the water.

What can you not take on a boat?

There are some items that can create safety issues on a boat, while others can end up making a mess – or messing up the environment! Here are a few things you should leave behind when you’re out on the water:

  • Alcohol – save the beersies for when you get back on dry land!
  • Glassware – this can break and be a safety risk. Use good-quality plastic glasses and cups instead.
  • Plastic bags that could end up in the ocean.
  • Spray-on sunscreen – this can end up on your deck making it slippery and dangerous.
  • Cigarettes – these are a fire hazard and an environmental hazard Find out more about boat safety and regulations.