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Pneumatic VIAMARE 330 with aluminum floor

The Viamare model 330 airboat has dimensions of 330x162x44 centimeters. It also weighs 63 kilograms and can accommodate 5 people on its aluminum floor. It has a maximum of 15 HP of power.

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799,00 €

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Max. power15HP
Warranty2 years
Tube diameter46cm
MaterialPVC 3 layers 1000D
Load5 px. or 650kg
Air chambers4
Category navigationC
DeliveryPeninsula Iberica 2 to 3 days, rest Europe 5 to 7 days

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This inflatable boat is Zodiac type and measures 3.30 meters in length by 1.62 meters of sleeve and a tube of 440mm. It has 3 layers PVC that is reinforced with very rough fiberglass fabric and which resists both the abrasion of UV rays and sea water. The floor of the boat is aluminum and inflatable keel, and has 4 independent air chambers and easy inflating safety valves. They also deflate quickly in a quarter turn. Its keel is "V" shaped, which guarantees a steady course when sailing. This is ideal for fishing, diving, for walks by the sea and water tourism. It can also be used as an auxiliary vessel for a sailing vessel. The weight of the boat in vacuum is of 63 kilograms.

The boat can carry up to 5 people (a load of 650 kilograms) and is approved to carry an outboard motor up to 15 hp (this outboard is not included in the price). It is also equipped with a pair of removable aluminum oars, a wooden bench, a manual inflator with a pressure gauge, a repair kit and a carry bag. The bilge sump that can be closed from the outside of the bathtub. The rotating bearings are ABS type and their oars are firmly attached to the boat. You can remove it at any time and it is also easy to transport in the trunk or in the roof of a vehicle. Not a trailer to carry. The floor, of five sections, also dismounts of simple form.

It is delivered with CE certificate of conformity, a user manual and the invoice for legalization. It has a certificate of quality and design issued by the German organization TUV SUD Product Service GmbH Munich, complying with EN ISO 8866: 2002; EN ISO 10087: 2006 and EN ISO 6285-1: 2001.