PSB-275 Performance Segmented Floor Inflatable Sport Boat
|Material||Marine Plywood Floor and PVC Hull|
Five Years Fabric and Seams
One Year Parts and Accessories
Two Years Floor Attachment and Fiberglass Hulls of RIBs
Three Years Transom
Segmented flooring is easy to install and provides a great balance of convenience, performance and the portability you expect from a traditional inflatable.
Easy Installation: Segmented floor technology (accordion floor) makes installing the floor simple and quick. Add air to the chambers, install the segmented floor and you’re ready to go. Once in place, the marine-grade plywood floors resist flex and improves the boat’s performance by more directly transmitting power to forward speed, making the PSB-275 a top performer in the inflatable category.
Better Handling: Thanks to the improved rigidity provided by the floor, the boat planes quickly, corners with minimal wobble or flex and achieves higher top speeds. The boat is rated for a 10 hp outboard.
Improved Capacity: The weight capacity has almost doubled from prior models and is now best in class at 1,103 lbs. and four passengers, yet the boat only weighs 90 pounds. For added comfort, it comes with a wooden bench seat.
Proven Construction: The tubes have 17” diameters and the boat has a total of four chambers. The fabric is 1100-decitex PVC-coated polyester that is easy to maintain. The transom and floor are marine-grade plywood.
Geared Up: An expanded standard-equipment list includes premium Halkey-Roberts inflation valves, aluminum oars, built-in oarlocks, lifelines, towing rings, a bow handle, an inflation pump and a repair kit.
- Application: Performance Wood Floor Sportboat
- Length: 9’
- Beam: 5’
- Weight: 90 lbs.
- Stowed Dimensions: 3’8” x 2’ x 1’1”
- Max HP: 10
- Capacity: 1,103 lbs./4 passengers
- Chambers: 4
- Tube Diameter: 17”
- Hull Shape: V
- Fabric: 1100 decitex PVC-coated polyester
- Floor: Segmented Marine Plywood
- Transom Material: Marine plywood
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