Where can I find the prices of the boats?
Use the Build your Buster service to learn more about the availability and pricing of Buster boats, engines and optional accessories. Price information is of course also available from our dealers. They will also give you combined prices for boats, optional accessories and engines.
Can I have information on older Buster models?
Historical information (measurements, weight, recommended engine, years of manufacture) can be found on the “Buster though the years” pages.
Can I buy boats and accessories directly from the factory?
We have no factory shop. Our dealers will serve you in all Buster-related matters. You can find the dealer nearest to you on the “Your dealer" page or the back cover of the Buster brochure.
Where can I buy spare parts and accessories?
Sales of accessories and spare parts are handled by Buster dealers throughout the country. You can find the dealer nearest to you on the “Your dealer" page or the back cover of the Buster brochure.
What detergent can I use to wash the bottom of the boat? Should wax or toxic paint be used on the bottom?
These questions are answered on our site under “Service and maintenance instructions”. A clean boat will stay shiny for a longer time if you treat it with wax suitable for aluminium boats or, for example, a WD-40-type multi-purpose product.
How powerful an engine can I install in my boat?
The permitted engine power range for each model is indicated on the model’s product page. The recommended engine power information for older Buster models can be found on the “Buster through the years” page.
What year was my boat built?
The last two digits of your boat’s hull number will tell you the year of manufacture. (N.B. The numbers on the blue signboard will not.) See the “Buster through the years” page for more detailed information.
Where can I find the hull number of my new boat?
The hull number is engraved on the bow deck.
I have damaged my boat, where can I get help in repairing it?
Contact your nearest dealer and make an accident report to the insurance company if you have boat insurance.
What is a self-draining boat?
The cockpit of a self-draining boat empties itself of rainwater, preventing the boat from being filled with water.
In self-draining Buster boats, the inner floor of the boat is sealed so that any water on it cannot enter the bilge space (the space between the inner and outer bottom). In the back of the inner floor is a raised threshold about 10 cm high. It has one or two drainage pipes that lead the water through the transom and out of the boat. The drainage pipes can be shut off with plugs attached near their inner ends.
Always shut off the pipes when the boat carries an exceptionally heavy load and is being driven very slowly (less than 5 knots), and when the inner ends of the pipes are below the waterline. The flaps on the transom will prevent water from entering only when reversing! Check and clean the drainage pipes and flaps as necessary. Be careful not to damage the parts when cleaning them.
The cockpit of the Buster M model is self-draining when not loaded. Plug the drainage pipe from the inside before loading the boat.
How can I remove fuel stains from painted surfaces?
We recommend solvent-based detergents used to wash cars. Different brands of these can be found in supermarkets and service stations. Substances suitable for cleaning the painted surfaces of cars can usually also be used on the painted surfaces of Buster boats. Cleaning agents are available in handy spray bottles. Just spray the substance on the stain, let it work for a short while and wipe or wash it away.
Ensure the suitability of chemicals for painted surfaces before using them, and carefully follow the chemical manufacturer’s instructions. First test the product on a small section of the painted surface in the least visible location. Strong solvents like paint thinners may remove the gloss from the paint finish, so these are not recommended.
Certain Buster models have a side stripe sticker (XXL Cabin and M). Do not wash or treat the sticker surfaces with substances that damage, remove or discolour the sticker. First test the product on a small section of the sticker in the least visible location.