A Review of Inflatable Boat Manufacturers

 


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There are many manufacturers of inflatable boats on the market today. Included below is an overview of each of the key manufacturers.

Zodiac Inflatable Boats: Zodiac Inflatable Boats can be set up in no time, stored in a closet at home, transported in the trunk of the user’s car, or kept in a locker on board. Zodiac Inflatable Boats are for safe, economical, hassle free boating. Their models are Cadet S, Cadet Yachtline, Cadet Fastroller, Touring S, Futura S, Futura Fastroller, and Futura Sport.

Avon Inflatable Boats: Since 1959, Avon Inflatable Boats have produced over 200,000 inflatable and rigid inflatable boats, from the traditional Redstart Dinghy to highly sophisticated 8 meter Searider rigid hull craft, and encompassing a very comprehensive range, covering all sectors of leisure, commercial, rescue and defense needs. Avon makes all their products in the same factory, to the same exacting standards, not only for the user’s enjoyment, but also for their total safety and security.

Sevylor Inflatable Boats: Sevylor makes a wide range of products to meet the needs of most recreational boat users. Sevylor Inflatable Boat models include the Sevylor SV series, the HF series, the XR series, the K series, the Sun series, the SVX series, and the T series.

Mercury Inflatable Boats: Mercury Inflatable Boats are built light and strong. They are even stronger now, and therefore capable of taking the additional weight of today’s Four Stroke outboard motors. Whatever can be done in a conventional boat can be done in a Mercury Inflatable Boat – from fishing, cruising, exploring an estuary or waterway near your campsite, to the high-energy action of skiing and wakeboarding.

Sea Eagle Inflatable Boats: For over 36 years, Sea Eagle has been producing inflatable boats for all kinds of waters. Whether the user is looking for a yacht tender, fishing boat, or inflatable sail boat, Sea Eagle has a model that suits the need. Sea Eagle’s largest Inflatable Boat, the 14sr can take a 40 hp motor and will easily pull a teenage wakeboarder.

Achilles Inflatable Boats: Every Achilles Inflatable Boat is made with proven four-layered fabric reinforced with DuPont Hypalon®. Even though it takes more time to hand glue a Hypalon® boat, no fabric is more effective in resisting damage from the elements, oil, gasoline or abrasions. And nothing is better for air retention than the interior Neoprene® coating Achilles Inflatable Boats use. So Achilles takes the extra time Hypalon® hand-gluing requires to insure that unsurpassed quality, safety and durability are built into every Inflatable Boat, from their smallest dinghy to the largest utility boat.

Coleman Inflatable Boats: Coleman sells Inflatable Boats and Kayaks. For example, the Inflatable Boats of Coleman include the 2-person, 3-person and 4-person Colossus Boats with oars. Coleman also sells the Navigator 1-person, 2-person, 3-person and 4-person boats without oars. Coleman gives a guarantee to the user against leaks for all of their inflatable products.

Inflatable Boats Info provides detailed information on pontoon, rigid and fishing inflatable boats, as well as trailers, repairs, used inflatable boats and manufacturers. Inflatable Boats Info is the sister site of River Rafting Web .

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