Boat and marine odors are very organic and treatable with proper use of our ozone machines. Given that the cabin size of a boat is relatively small compared to a whole house, you can expect successful results without a ton of effort. Follow the operation instructions in this guide for best results.
Product recommendations: If you are treating your own small boat and not concerned about the speed of the treatment, our Residential MaxBlaster is an ideal choice. If you are performing commercial treatments for a marina or business, our PRO Edition MaxBlaster is an ideal choice. Follow the run time chart for estimated treatment times.
If you are planning on treating the bilge area of the boat, the basic hose accessory is recommended in order to allow the machine to remain outside of the bilge compartment where it can breathe fresh air during the treatment. Use the hose to blow ozone into the bilge area rather than running your machine from inside an area filled with musty, damp, dirty air. Cover any opening in the hatch with a towel. It does not have to be 100% airtight.
Finally, to compliment the results of a high-intensity ozone treatment in a boat, you may consider adding an XS purifier (sold in our store) to run 24/7/365. The XS purifier is a low output, pure ozone generator that produces safe levels of ozone. The XS purifier may prevent new odor from developing while allowing the cabin of your boat to smell fresh all the time. Contact us for further advice.