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Product DescriptionSturdy quality construction combines with user friendly features to make the Solstice Inflatable Boat a perfect choice for on-water adventurers. Tough 3-ply material has 500-denier fabric laminated between two specially formulated layers of PVC. The outer anti-abrasive surface is specifically designed to resist cuts and scratches. Heavy-duty electronically welded rub strake has a deep ridged design that protects the boat and deflects water. H-R valves offer rapid inflation and deflation. Integrated I-beam floor with keel makes the boat lighter with greater flotation capacity. True V hull provides directional control, speed, and tracking. Also offers molded rope eyes with grab line, stainless steel D-ring for mooring and towing, molded oarlocks , and motor mount for electric or gas 2.5hp engine. Each Solstice Boat comes with carry bag, oars, seat, repair kit, and bellows foot pump. NMMA certified. Six-person capacity. 1,000-lb. maximum weight. 11'4"L.
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Q:How long does it take to inflate with the foot pump?Asked on 8/21/2013 by none from Middleton, ID
Q:what are the dimensionsAsked on 6/11/2012 by Anonymous
Q:did anyone buy this boat @ is it resistant from fishing hooks that might snag it. will it puntcure itAsked on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
Q:motor come with itAsked on 4/4/2012 by stickshift1987 from herkimer ny
Q:can it go in salt water?Asked on 6/19/2010 by bob the bum from its a secret
A:no. plastic melts in saltwater. be careful out there.Answered on 3/7/2012 by homas from orange, ca
A:Plastic does not melt in salt water!Answered on 8/19/2012 by jbhvuo from mmb;j
A:I'm not sure where the "Plastic melts in salt water" came from. We use plastic in Florida all the time on boats and yachts with no problem. Besides, boat isn't plastic, It's PVC and 500-denier fabric, both used extensively in salt water.Answered on 1/18/2013 by Capt Steve from Boca Raton, FL
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