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14' Saturn Kaboat

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14' Saturn Kaboat

What is 14-feet Saturn Inflatable KaBoat SK430 Designed for?

With its weight capacity of 750lbs (340kg), the 14-feet KaBoat can carry up to 3 people (or 2 men and a dog) and cargo. This KaBoat is made of an innovative heavy-duty 1100 Denier PVC material with polyester support that makes this inflatable dinghy durable and reliable. The hull design makes it exceptionally stable. This inflatable model is designed for those who want a little extra speed, a little extra space, and a little extra comfort.

The KaBoat has a marine grade plywood transom to carry an electric or gas outboard engine. Attention: up to a 10 HP gas motor can be installed on this model! You can easily get a ride full of adrenalin, if you want to. But most of all, it is a great option to relax when you get tired of a long time paddling.

With this extremely portable and lightweight KaBoat, which fits in a medium size bag when deflated, you can go for your water adventure everywhere you want. The KaBoat is easy to assemble and disassemble, to inflate and deflate. It can be stored in the trunk of your car or in a closet of your apartment.

This KaBoat is tailored for fishing. You can easily cruise your favourite fishing hole with it. This inflatable dinghy allows you to navigate shallow water where the big fish hides. It has enough room to carry all your fishing gears and on-the-water essentials. The high pressure air deck floor allows you to stand while fly fishing. Having grommets on PVC lines allows the attachment of additional accessories such as kayak seats, custom made frames and arches for fishing rod holders, night lights, etc. Perfect for fishing!

Great for fun family adventures out on the water, this model features a narrow shape, flat bottom and 3 aluminum seats to create a stable, easy-to-paddle recreational inflatable watercraft. The SK430 KaBoat is also excellent as an inflatable dinghy for a yacht or sailboat. Its versatile design is suitable for use in various types of water because this KaBoat has a desirable combination of stability, speed and tracking. In other words, it is just a must for an RV or yacht owner and camping lovers.

Our Accessories will make your water adventure more comfortable:

  • You can easily turn your KaBoat into a sailboat by using a portable sail kit.
  • You can install a canopy top to protect yourself from the summer sun or light rain.
  • You can buy an inexpensive cart to carry your deflated and folded KaBoat.
  • You can purchase an inflatable boat swimming ladder, which is foldable, lightweight and very useful.
  • You can inflate your KaBoat with an inexpensive electric pump in no time.

The most adaptable and portable, the 14-feet SK430 KaBoat is the combination of an inflatable boat and inflatable kayak that will perfectly fit for any occasion. It is not too big and not too small, but most of all, it is affordable!

About KaBoats: A KaBoat is a hybrid, a crossover between an inflatable kayak and an inflatable boat. Inspired with a narrow profile of Asian Dragon boats, Saturn KaBoats take the best of both worlds to create a versatile inflatable dinghy with impressive performance. The KaBoat is a revolutionary invention in the inflatable watercraft industry. Contrasting to kayaks, our inflatable KaBoat can take a motor and cut the water with a higher speed than other boats even with a less powerful engine. The KaBoat can be used as a kayak, or an inflatable boat capable of its own solo adventures, or as anything in between.

KaBoats advantages over conventional inflatable boats and kayaks

  • The appeal of our inflatable KaBoats is their portability: they can be deflated and folded for easy storage and transportation. Made of plastic or fiberglass, conventional "recreational” kayaks are approximately from 9 feet (2.7m) to 12 feet (3.7m) long. They require significant storage space and special means of transportation.
  • Kayaks can be only paddled, but the KaBoat allows you to use a small gas or electric motor to cover larger distances.
  • Although at the price of reduced speed, the KaBoat’s inflatable tubes and a special hull design provide much higher buoyancy, stability and safety. In contrast to regular kayaks, you can stand or even walk inside the KaBoat.
  • The KaBoats offer multiple functionality and can be used for water activities that require carrying much cargo, such as a fishing trip, diving event or summer vacations.
  • Due to a stability-focused hull volume (weight capacity), our KaBoats can transport a much larger cargo than regular kayaks. They deliver ample storage for your fishing essentials, things for overnight trips and other cargo that you need to carry with you.
  • Contrasting to traditional kayaks, our inflatable KaBoats make getting in and out a breeze. Also, they are much more convenient for putting in and taking out your cargo.
  • The KaBoat’s paddling ease and ergonomics are boater-tuned. They are contoured to fight fatigue. Although a narrower kayak puts less strain on the shoulder joints, a KaBoat offer a freedom of movements allowing you to stay comfortable on long rides.
  • A KaBoat allows you to go to narrow or shallow places where regular inflatable boats will not fit. If a motor is installed, simply raise it and paddle anywhere that is at least 5" (13cm) deep.
  • Due to its smaller chambers, it is much easier and faster to inflate a KaBoat than a regular inflatable boat.
  • In contrast to regular inflatable boats, the KaBoat’s narrow profile and a much lower drag can go much faster than a wider conventional boat with the same rated engine.
  • KaBoats can also be used as an inflatable dinghy to a yacht or sailboat, but take up much less space when deflated and folded.
  • Last but not least: KaBoats are more affordable – they cost much less than inflatable boats.


  • Transoms now have triangular splash guards to minimize back splash and protect the transom holders from heat and exposure to UV rays
  • Bulky plastic handles on end tubes were replaced with sun resistant and durable soft handles for longer life span
  • The valves were moved to the inside of the tubes and under the seat to protect them from sun and the elements, and to make inflation from inside the boat easier when on the water
  • New models have different bench attachments to make them shorter, lighter and move slightly lower for easier rowing
  • Grommet PVC splash guards with safety grab lines run all along the KaBoat's tubes from the front to the rear. Having grommets on PVC lines allows the attachment of additional accessories, kayak seats and custom made frames and arches for fishing rod holders, night lights, etc.
  • Same heavy-duty 1100 Denier PVCas in Saturn inflatable boats
  • Wide beam hull design for stability
  • Front Spray Skirt with water deflector guard and rope lacing
  • Marine grade plywood transom with a one way drain plug
  • High-pressure inflatable air deck floor
  • Four fins for improved tracking
  • 1 set of rowing oars with oar locks
  • Set of rowing oars with oarlocks
  • 3 aluminum removable benches


  • High-volume hand pump
  • Repair kit
  • 2 oars
  • Carry bag

Video of Saturn SK430 Inflatable Kaboat

Tech Specs

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Loading Capacity:
750 lbs
Max Motor Power:
8 HP (10 HP if 2 stroke)
Shipping Size:
45 x 24 x 13"
Shipping Weight:
79 lbs
Floor Type:
High-Pressure Air floor
1100 Denier Reinforced PVC
Air Valves:
Halkey-Roberts type valve by Naru
Inflation & Assembly:
5-10 min
Transom High:
58 lbs
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Hello Michael,
Just a quick comment on my new Kaboat SK430. Took it out for the maiden voyage on the weekend. The boat is great. It rows extremely well which is good because my 2 HP Honda even at its lowest idle was too fast for trolling with just me in the boat.

I also did some stand up paddling. Found the boat easy to stand up paddle but also easy to overpower and thus hard to keep going straight. I am thinking about adding a removable fin to the underside like the Stand Up Boards have.

I really like the boat and I had lots of compliments. I am sure I will be sending many potential customers your way.


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