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Powerboats are built to ventilate the engine when underway. As the boat moves along, an air intake scoops up fresh air and forces it down the air duct into the engine compartment. The exhaust sucks out the explosive vapours from the lowest part of the engine and fuel compartments.

A boat’s ventilation system
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