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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2011 10:01 pm    Post subject: FS: Inflatable boat with outboard Reply with quote

Sold Smile

Bought this a couple of months ago, having so much fun out on the water we have decided to get something a little bigger so we can do some waterskiing of an evening Smile

Its a Zodiac hull, 1 inflatable tube either side of the boat and an inflatable keel with a wooden floor that slots together with alloy braces to form a semi rigid boat.

Engine is a Johnson GT 15hp 2 stroke. Looking at the engine I dont think its been used much atall, its still sparkly clean outside and inside, starts with a gentle tug, pumps loads of water.

I always flush with clean water after every run.

Boat comes with oars, launch wheels, engine, fuel tank, transom lock, foot pump and a bag of spares including spare prop plus a bouyancy jacket.


Boat can fit in the back of a small car in its own carry bag (goes in my polo no problem) inflates using the footpump in around 10 mins.

Will happily carry four adults in moderatly choppy inshore waters... or 2 adults in slightly rougher water. Brilliant fun.



Realistically this hull should only have between 5-10hp. So with 15 it really really shifts. You can make it pop "wheelies" if you want.

Boat is in Plymouth, but I will be heading to North Wales via the midlands in a week or so.....

After 1000 for it.











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PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2011 11:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You really put 4 people in that?! Rather you than me Smile

Anyway might be worth joining up and advertising it on www.rib.net, good site for advise if you are looking to upgrade too.

W.

PS I am currently 'working' (playing?) with a 11 metre Humber that has twin 300hp outboards and does around 60 kts if it is calm enough Smile
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PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2011 5:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Would you ship it to Norway?
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PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2011 6:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HaggisHunter wrote:
Would you ship it to Norway?


Don't think it'll have an ice class rating HH...

Very Happy

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