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8'6" Inflatable Boat - Air Fl

*****

MSRP: $1,990.00  

Price: $1,125.00

-43%
2 item(s)

Description

Our 8'6" dinghy is lightweight and doesn't take much space when defliated. Great for fishing on the lake and will take you easily to your yacht. Saturn Inflatable Boats are made of 1100 denier Korean PVC fabric with polyester support that has excellent resistance to tearing, tension and breaking. It is a much more heavy-duty PVC fabric than most of our competitors with 1000 denier PVC boats.

SATURN SD260 FEATURES:

  • All around rope grab line.
  • Separate internal air chambers.
  • One-way drain valve with plug.
  • All around, durable rubber strike.
  • Safety valve to prevent over inflation.
  • Stainless steel D-rings for easy towing.
  • Reliable flat air valves with pushpin design.
  • Front bow D-ring with integral lifting handle.
  • Spare rope for attaching anchor is included.
  • Double layer of fabric at the bottom of tubes.
  • High-pressure drop stitch air floor is included.
  • Deep inflatable V-keel with a rub strake protector.
  • Extremely rigid, lightweight hull for excellent performance.
  • Lightweight and strong removable aluminum seat benches.
  • Heavy-duty marine grade plywood transom for outboard motor.

ACCESSORIS INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKAGE:

  • Aluminum oars
  • Repair kit
  • Seat bench
  • Carry bag
  • High-volume hand pump

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Technical specs

Tech Specs (?)

8.6'
5.0'
2.4'
15''
16.5"
3+1+1
3
772 lbs
8 HP (15" shaft / 80 lbs)
75 lbs
41 x 24 x 12"
85 lbs
Air or Slater
1100 Denier Reinforced PVC
Quadruple Overlap
Recessed One-Way
10 mph (6HP w/2 adults)
20 min.

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Reviews

*****

Nov 11, 2011, 23:23

"I love my Saturn boat!"

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