This work boat has proven itself as a sturdy and extremely reliable work boat. It is a ‘water dozer’ suitable in the most extreme conditions for removing floating debris and water plants from rivers, wide channels and lakes. With a width of 2,25 m the C96 mowing boat is the widest boat in our range. The C96 mowing boat has the largest capacity of all the Conver mowing boats with a 68 hp diesel engine and a standard double auger. The two hard-wearing and proven anti-coiling augers give the machine maximum propulsion and enormous maneuverability, both forwards and backwards, even in densely overgrown and shallow waterways. Due to the high position of the driver, the driver has a good overview.

The front of the work boat has a liftingframe. Several tools have been developed for it and can be supplied optionally. These high-quality tools fulfill the strict requirements made on reliability and durability. With these options the machine can be used to remove vegetation, and it can also be used as a support vessel for dredging activities.


Dimensions (l x w x h): 5,0 x 2,25 x 1,80 m (excl. tools)
Material:  2 mm ultra-high-strength steel
Weight: 2,800 – 3,150 kg
Draft: ca. 0.4 m
Colour: Orange ral 2004 / grey ral 7012
Engine: 4-cylinder 68 hp diesel
Emission class: Emission class in accordance with local regulations
Fuel consumption: 5 – 7 litres an hour
Cooling system: Keel cooling
Electrics: 12 V
Propulsion: Double 400 mm hydraulic anti-coiling auger
Steering: Power steering with a 2 x 50° steering angle
Hydraulic system: One load-sensing pump and one gear pump with (semi-)proportional valves
Fuel tank: 150 L
Hydraulic tank: 150 L with suction and return filter. With integrated oil cooling.
Hydraulic oil: Univis N46
Maximum sailing: 7 km/h
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The C96-5 mowing boat has several advantages:

  • Suited to work in bigger canals or lakes
  • Widest mowing boat with a hull width of 2,25 m
  • High capacity and equipped with a 68 HP diesel engine and double anti-coiling augers
  • Excellent overview of the work by the higher position of the operator

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