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  1. #1
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    Default Inflatable tender

    We'd like a tender for our new boat. I guess we're looking at something around the 2.3m - 2.5m mark (only two of us on board 90% of the time, and stowage will be an issue). An inflatable floor would be nice, but not a deal-breaker.

    Anybody got one in need of a good home?
    The Artist Formerly Known As Stargazer.

    Now a member of the OPYC & a forum lurker

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    Default Re: Inflatable tender

    Did a bit of research on this last year for a mate. Others will almost certainly disagree, but the 'Quicksilver' range came out quite well - it was highly recommended by the dealer who also sold Zodiac & Avon. They're fantastic value for money and seem to be pretty tough. Speaking from experience though, whatever you get, make sure the tube diameter is big enough. On that size if inflatable, I'd suggest in minimum of 40 cm. Our old 'Compass' inflatable (Hypalon) has 36cm tubes and is extremely wet in any sort of waves.

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    Default Re: Inflatable tender

    I have a Bombard AX2 which is still in excellent condition and has all the original oars, manual, pump, bag and repair kit. It has had little use and been well looked after. The AX2 also has 2 built in pumps so you don't ever have the worry of taking the foot pump with you ashore. Great little dinghy. 250 ONO. PM me if interested.

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    Default Re: Inflatable tender

    Hi, This link for a brand new one on eBay might interest you.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Waveline-2-3m-...QQcmdZViewItem
    Simon

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    Default Re: Inflatable tender

    Hi

    I have a Zodiac 2.5m ish. In black.

    It's got the collapsing/panel type floor rather than airdeck type.

    All good condition, oars, pump, etc etc.

    PM if interested.......don't want much for "her". Taking up room in the garage !


    Adrian

    http://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk

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    Default Thanks...

    ...for the replies.

    I've been away at the weekend, so will respond later today

    cheers

    John
    The Artist Formerly Known As Stargazer.

    Now a member of the OPYC & a forum lurker

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