Collection: Inflatable Boats & Sport Runabouts

There are various kinds of inflatable boats specially designed for different kinds of recreational activities on the water. Our vest advice is to pick out something that best matches up to your requirements from what boats intended uses are and what it is best designed to do.


It is fairly obvious that any inflatable boat is better than a rigid body vessel of the same size in terms of compactness, lightness, transportability and storage. An inflatable boat is easy to maintain. For instance, after use, all you have to do is give it a quick wash and let it dry completely before storing. (It is advisable to store your boat as far away from frost and heating as possible).


If you're looking to pick out the most suitable inflatable boat for you, then we have several vessels you can choose from. We’re confident that you’ll find just the ticket - One that will perfectly meet your requirements. With excellent technical characteristics to satisfy your needs and expectations.
We specialize in Sea Eagle inflatable boats, made popular for fishing due to their quality and variety of options to meet various preferences.

Pontoon Boats.
The term "Pontoon Boats" originates from the extended tubes, known as pontoons, that form the foundation of the boat's deck. These pontoons elevate the boat above the water, minimizing the chances of getting sprayed or splashed while sailing. Moreover, the elevated position enables the pontoons to navigate through waves more effectively, resulting in a more comfortable and smoother sailing experience.
Frameless pontoon boats are becoming increasingly popular in today's setting due to their versatility and ease of use. These boats are typically designed for leisure and fishing, accommodating one or two people. Constructed with abrasion-resistant PVC and nylon, frameless pontoon boats offer a lightweight and durable option for outdoor water activities.
The shallow draft of pontoon boats allows for easy boarding and disembarking, particularly for elderly passengers or those with physical disabilities, as the deck is often at the same level as the pier when docked.
Pontoons are designed with a specific focus on accommodating outboard engines, which are widely recognized for their simplified maintenance and improved fuel efficiency in comparison to the internal engines commonly found in other types of boats.


Sport Runabouts.
Sports vessels come in a variety of types, each with its own unique features and uses. Inflatable sports powerboats are great for speed and agility on the water, while rowing rafts offer stability and maneuverability. Canoes and kayaks are versatile options that can be used for both sports and recreational activities, and they come in different sizes and capacities to accommodate various needs. It's important to consider the dimensions, engine power, and passenger carrying capacity when choosing the right sports vessel for your needs.

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