Battery boxes for Sale

Boat Battery boxes Sales

On this page, you'll find a catalog of new battery boxes available for sale on our marketplace. We invite you to check out our prices for boxes and, if needed, consult with our staff via the contact information on our website before making a purchase.

All battery boxes come with an official warranty from the manufacturer. We offer delivery to almost any location worldwide using well-known courier services.

About Battery boxes

Battery box is an important part of the electrical system of a yacht or boat. It is designed to safely and securely store the battery that powers the electrical equipment on board.

When choosing a boat battery box, there are several factors to consider, which topRik experts will discuss below. You will also receive some tips on how to properly install a boat box on your yacht to ensure the safety and reliability of your boat's electrical system.

How to Choose a Battery Box

Battery box is designed to protect the battery from moisture, vibration and other harmful external influences. Choosing the right box will not only ensure the safety of the battery, but also simplify its installation and maintenance. At the same time, a properly selected battery box will protect your boat from the battery itself in the event of, for example, an electrolyte spill.

When choosing battery box it is worth paying attention to a number of important criteria.

Dimensions and Volume

First of all, you need to take into account the size of the battery and choose a box that will accommodate it without problems. You should also pay attention to the internal dimensions of the box to ensure that there is enough space for connecting and servicing the battery.

Material and Quality

The boat box must be made of durable and waterproof material that is not susceptible to corrosion and sea salt. Most boxes are made of plastic or fiberglass. It is also important to pay attention to the build quality and strength of the box parts.

Speaking about the choice of material from which the battery is made box , we highlight plastic containers that have the following advantages that metals, metal alloys, marine plywood and other materials do not have:

  • lightness and strength - plastic boxes are much lighter and more convenient to install than metal ones, and are not subject to corrosion;
  • resistance to moisture, sea salt and ultraviolet radiation - plastic does not rot and does not heat up in the sun;
  • waterproof - plastic boxes are practically impervious to water, which ensures the safety of the battery from moisture and water;
  • plastic alloys are also cheaper than other materials.


An important criterion is the tightness of the battery box. It must be completely sealed to prevent moisture and water from getting inside. You should also make sure that the box has airtight gaskets and a lid that closes tightly.

Typically, boat battery boxes have special rubber or silicone seals that prevent water from penetrating inside the box. They can also be equipped with special locks or latches to ensure maximum tightness.

It is necessary to pay attention to the protection class of the box from moisture and dust. Typically this parameter is indicated on the packaging or in the technical documentation. The higher the protection class, the better the box protects the battery from harmful influences.

If the battery will be mounted in a box on the open deck, choose a box with the highest degree of protection from moisture and dust.

Mounting Options

Pay attention to the presence of mounting holes and terminals for connecting the battery. It is desirable that the box be able to be mounted on a horizontal or vertical surface and provide convenient access to the battery terminals.

Additional Functions

Some boat boxes may have additional features such as built-in fuses, waterproof connectors, or battery charge indicators.

When choosing battery box should take into account your needs and individual requirements. It is important to choose a box that will optimally match the type of boat, battery and operating conditions.

Battery Box Installation

To install the battery box correctly, it’s important to follow the manufacturer's instructions. You might also find these tips from topRik experts useful.

  • Select a suitable location to install the box. It must be protected from direct exposure to water and other external factors. Mark the installation location.
  • Prepare tools and materials for installation. You will need a screwdriver, drill, screws or bolts, gaskets and silicone sealant.
  • Mark the locations for the holes for the fastening elements of the box. Make sure that all holes are symmetrically located and match the size of the fasteners.
  • Drill holes according to the markings, using the correct drill bit size for the selected fastener.
  • Install the spacers on the box and secure it in place using self-tapping screws or bolts. Make sure that the box fits tightly to the surface and has no play.
  • Apply silicone sealant where the box connects to the surface of the boat and fasteners. This will provide additional tightness and protection against leaks.
  • Check all connections and make sure the box is securely fastened and sealed.

Choosing a Battery Installation Location Box

Let us dwell on this aspect in more detail, since it includes several requirements that will affect the further operation of the yacht’s electrical system, among which the most important are:

  • safety - avoid installing the box in places where it is at risk of vibration, shock, moisture or direct sunlight;
  • ease of access – battery box must be easily accessible for checking the charge, connecting the charger and servicing;
  • ventilation – batteries can emit gases during operation and charging, so it is important to choose a place with good ventilation; if possible, it is better to mount the battery outdoor box;
  • stability - the installation location must provide stability to the box and the battery in it to prevent them from moving and being damaged by a shock or strong wave;
  • waterproof ability.

After installing battery box check its functionality and security. Ensure that the box does not block access to other yacht equipment and that the battery is installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.

The battery must be connected according to the manufacturer's instructions. The positive and negative terminals of the battery must be connected to the corresponding contacts inside the box. To ensure a safe and reliable connection, it is recommended to use terminals or sockets with reliable contact. After connecting the battery, you need to check its performance and charge level.

Improper battery connections can cause electrical problems on your boat. Therefore, if you have doubts about your own competence, or have no experience in installing such equipment, it is better to contact a professional.