Length: 3.69 m
Marine 370 U Light, spacious and safe boat is suitable for further modifications. The V-shaped hull, high side and flat stern create stable construction and provide great qualities even in waves. It is easily transported (on car roofs). ...
Length: 2.13 m
SPORTYAK ORANGE / WHITE The Sportyak 213 is the ideal dinghy. Man-powered or with a small engine, she is perfect in all situations and can be easily stored. During holidays, she becomes a big safe toy for the children. ...
Length: 2.35 m
Great as a yawl for a bigger boat or as the first boat for the family’s youngest boaters. Easy to row, light to lift and move and it travels behind a big boat without slowing down the pace. Extremely safe due to its catamaran hull. Lockable ...
Length: 4.5 m
Leave the banging tinnies in your wake. This solid glass performer is a smooth stable platform for that Estuary Fishing and crabbing adventure for the family. Light enough to tow with all family cars but heavy enough to stop the bang ...
Length: 284 cm
FEATURES: Affordable yacht tender or cottage front rowboat Modified tri-hull design maximizes stability and interior room Rugged UV-stabilized Fortiflex® High Density Polyethylene Built-in oarlock sockets and center seat for rowing Large ...
Length: 3 m
... Tinn-Silver 300 is extremely suitable as a recreational or fishing boat, but also, for example, as a dinghy on a yacht or as a working boat! dinghy for the commercial shipping (TS390 and TS450 are ...
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How to choose this product
A dinghy is a boat often used as a tender to a larger vessel. While usually quite small, yacht tenders can reach several meters in length.
These craft are used to shuttle between a moored vessel and the shore. They also can serve for recreation, fishing, towed water sports and other functions.
Small models are usually inflatable or folding. They can be rigid or rigid inflatables, be rowed or have inboard or outboard motors. Tenders for yachts and large boats are often well-equipped rigid inflatables.
How to choose
The main boat's size and stowage facilities must be taken into account. The dinghy's weight and propulsion will depend on intended use. Oars are often sufficient for trips ashore in a sheltered mooring. For longer distances, an outboard motor is recommended. Current, chop and other environmental factors must be considered.
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