11.5ft(3.5m) Fiberglass/Aluainium Floor Deluxe Rigid Inflatable Boat
This is a question we often ask because people are worried about the safety of inflatable boats, mainly because they can pierce sharp objects.
Fortunately, inflatable boats are as safe as traditional boats and may even be safer in some cases!
The inflatable boat will hardly sink.
These tubes are actually separate chambers, so if a person is accidentally pierced and deflated, the vessel remains buoyant due to the air in the remaining tubes.
The inflatable boat is more energetic.
Due to the large inflatable tube, the inflatable boat is very buoyant on the water surface and it is difficult to tip over due to its low center of gravity.
The inflatable boat will enter from the water.
Unlike a hard rowing boat, the yacht can easily fall over when trying to re-board from the water, and the swimmer can climb the inflatable boat without difficulty.
Inflatable boat used by the Coast Guard.
From the organization that understands the safety of inflatable boats, the US Coast Guard, as well as the military and other emergency personnel, use inflatable boats as rescue boats.
It is important that the ship stays in good condition when it leaves the water and is stored. At Adec, we offer a full range of inflatable marine spare parts for all types of vessels, tenders and boats.
In addition to providing spare parts for inflatable boats, we can also perform repairs/inspections, repair leaks, and replace inflation/deflation valves. With the right care and attention, you will enjoy the fun of the inflatable boat for many years!