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  1. #11
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    Feb 2006

    Re: Inflateable boat recommendations

    If you want a cool Rib you should get one of these, its a Cougar R8 and they are now being made in the USA by Adaptive Composites. 60 with a stock Honda 225
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    Re: Inflateable boat recommendations

    He will probably deliver it to your house

  3. #13
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    Re: Inflateable boat recommendations

    If it's just a tender you are looking for you might buy one of my ribs
    Hey Supertermoli are you from Italy? do you own a Corbelli?
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  4. #14
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    Re: Inflateable boat recommendations

    I have a little 8ft APEX with a 15HP outboard that I keep in the harbor. The max rating is 9.9 and this thing handles the extra HP no problem. They have a hard bottom & oversixed tubes. You can find a dealer online. A new APEX A-8 retails for 3K and the 3 gal. tank that I use seems to last forever! Very cheap fun. Also, most insurance company's (Homeowners) will cover your dinghy if it has less than 25HP - no additional $$$. Check w/ your current insurer to verify.
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  5. #15
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    Re: Inflateable boat recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by OSOAdmin

    He will probably deliver it to your house
    So that is Packin's boat! Actually I have been wanting a little boat like this for cruising to the sandbar and around the neighbor hood canals. I just wonder how the inflatable RIBS really hold up? That is why I was looking at the little 12' or so Boston Whaler.

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