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When you mention an inflatable boat, most people imagine a kind of raft that would be floating on the water in the sun. This is not so as the inflatable boat is can be a great deal more than that. The inflatable boat is one that has air cavities that when they are filled with air, give the buoyancy for the boat. You could use an automatic pump or blow the air manually also.

An Inflatable boat is intended to be light-weight and transportable. These boats are made very long lasting and strong and with many plus points in mind. These inflatable boats could be used for various purposes of boating, which could be for use for fishing. Sailing or any other boating requirement, and are a very resourceful designs ever invented.

The major uses of an Inflatable Boat

There are several uses of having and inflatable boat. Chiefly it is very convenient because it is light weight and easily movable. If required you could handle one of these boats by yourself. Once the air is removed from the boat or in other words it is deflated, it could be folded into a tidy pile and be placed in a storage bag. This is a major advantage in transporting and inflatable boat from one place to another and in putting it away when not being used.

Because of the buoyancy of the boat it is very stable. This is because it is filled with air which is also one of the reasons for its popularity. They come in very handy as lifeboats for bigger boats, like houseboats, fishing boats, pontoons or yachts. Some inflatable rafts are also specially designed to be used as evacuation systems in aircrafts.

Various kinds of Inflatable Boats

Several kinds of inflatable boats are accessible in today's market. Each of them has special designs and can offer a fantastic boating experience. Listed below are some of the different inflatable boats which you could procure:

- Zodiac boats
- Kayaks
- Sailing Boats
- Pontoon boats
- Sailing boats

Different materials are used for the different rafts which are more compatible to the kind of design. For instance, the pontoon inflatable boats are intended to be very maneuverable and remain steady in the water. These boats are designed to travel at great speeds and to be able to support an outboard motor.

The zodiac boat features a flat bottom and designed with flexible tubing for the bow and sides. They have a firm platform on which an outboard motor could be placed for faster water travel. These boats are also maneuvered with the use of oars. A very important aspect is that the correct air pressure is used to ensure you get the proper buoyancy for the boat that you have, so that you guarantee your own safety while on the water.

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