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2020 Ab Oceanus Series 13 Vst With Outboard Engine

The Oceanus series is the performance line of inflatables from AB. These boat were originally designed for the Italian Coast Guard and are used by many yacht clubs and professional organizations around the world as well as sport enthusiasts. These boats can function very well as a primary boat or as a tender to the primary. The forward protruding hull and extra deep “V” give this boat a very dry ride that allows it to slice through chop. The 13 VST offers cushioned seating for three and a fairly lightweight design at about 725 pounds including the motor. All Oceanus boats include a built-in aluminum fuel tank, bow step, and davit lifting points.

Boat Specifications

  • LOA: 13’0″
  • Beam: 6’4″
  • Weight: 477 lbs (Boat Only)
  • Capacity: 7 persons or 1759 lbs
  • Max Motor: 60 hp Long
  • Rec Motor: 40 – 60 hp Long
  • Tube Diameter: 18″
  • Air Chambers: 3
  • Fuel Tank: 14 gals
  • Fabric Type: Hypalon
  • Factory Warranty: 10 years

Standard Features

Stainless steel bow eye, bow step, stainless steel grab handles on tubes, bow locker with cushioned seating, closed-cell foam upholstery, under-seat storage compartments, (3) stainless steel fold-down cleats, (4) stainless steel davit lifting points, fiberglass console, leaning bolster (Models 19′-28′), integrated fuel tank, freshwater system (Models 19′-28′), maintenance kit, double rub rail, stainless steel tow rings, hand pump, owner’s manual

Motor Specifications

  • Engine Type: Yamaha F60LB 4-stroke
  • Horsepower: 60 hp
  • Cylinders: 4 cyl
  • Shaft Length: 20″
  • Steering: Remote mech
  • Starter: Electric
  • Weight: 247 lbs
  • Full Throttle Range: 5000 – 6000 rpm
  • Displacement: 996cc
  • Induction System: EFI
  • Warranty: 3 years

Standard Features

Electric start, remote mech steering, power tilt & trim, aluminum propeller

Standard Rigging

Sidemount remote with harness and key switch, Command Link Round tach and speedo, mechanical control cables


  1. Sadie Campbell

    I have had my Saturn SD330W for about 3 weeks now and I have had it out on the water twice for some log river and lake cruises. This is my first inflatable boat and everyone I told about my purchase thought I would immediately be eaten by an alligator and the boat would sink. This boat is tough! Once you see it in person you will realize how well constructed the Saturn boats are. My wife who was very skeptical now loves cruising on the water and taking in the views. 3 separate tube chambers, an inflatable keel and an air floor make it very safe. I have no worries about sinking or a tube puncture, the material is very strong. I have a new 6hp Suzuki that pushes it along fine but is a bit slow with 6hp since I opted for the wide version of the SD330. If you are looking for speed more HP is what you need. My current setup is a cruiser, perfect for a leisurely cruise up a river or on a lake, not land speed records. I have had 4 people aboard with room to spare. I actually carry the entire boat in my subcompact 3 cylinder Mitsubishi Mirage with room for a passenger, the engine and everything else. With the transom wheels I am able to set it up and get the boat in and out of the water with ease by myself. Using a high pressure pump it only takes about 30 min to get ready. This boat is great and I am already looking to purchase a Saturn KaBoat for a trip to the Keys and Everglades.

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