INMAR SAR 430 - 14' Orca Hypalon Inflatable Boat with Rapid Deploy Floor, Short Shaft, & Hand Glued Seams

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  • Length 14' 0"
  • Beam 6' 5"
  • Weight w/ floor: 275 lbs.
  • Weight capacity: 8 persons / 2,395 lbs.
  • Max HP / Weight: 40 HP / 245 lbs / Short shaft (15")
  • Recommended HP: 30 HP
  • Tube diameter 20" (Separate air chambers 5 + 1)
  • Fabric: Hypalon (CSM), Orca 866 (military grade), 1670 dtex
  • Factory warranty: 5 years recreational / 2 year commercial
  • Performance Tubes - Speed & stability (Optional)
  • Chambers 5 - Inflation and over inflation (One per chamber)
  • Self-bailers (1) *optional High flow scupper can be added

Standard Features:
  • Marine plywood transom, epoxy coated
  • Transom splash guards
  • Aluminum engine mounting plate
  • Reinforcement on tube transom attachments
  • Standard pop-up self-bailers (internal release)
  • All around rub strake, flat profile, black
  • Rubbing strakes for beaching on keel and tubes
  • 8 carry handles, soft handle neoprene covered nylon
  • Bow handle (Stainless)
  • Exterior/Interior lifelines (Peripheral)
  • 11 Interior tie down D-rings (Stainless steel)
  • 2 large tow rings on bow (Stainless steel)
  • 4 large tow rings on rear tubes(Stainless steel)
  • Foot pump with hose & gauge (1) included
  • Repair kit (1) included
  • Storage bag
  • Paddle set (Alum. shaft, plastic blade)

Shipping Information:
  • Boat package dimensions: 56X30X20
  • Boat package weight: 350 lbs.

Military Duty:
  • Hypalon Fabric
  • Hand glued Seams
  • Rubber based material
  • Extreme Climates
  • Alum Sectional Floor

Hypalon Material:
Years of experience have shown that Hypalon material with its rubber based coating can last for years. We have chosen only the best materials in the market for INMAR inflatable boats. Orca's Hypalon is produced in France and is today's leader in the military world for the construction of inflatable boats. They have been proven for years to stand up again and again. Orca offers a 10 year manufacturer's warranty against delimitation and manufacturer defects. Hypalon material uses a different glue and process type that is not easily affected by extreme climates. Hypalon, is the most difficult of the three materials to prepare for seam adhesion and must be all be done by hand. This labor intensive process reflects on the higher costs of all Hypalon boats, but they are the most rugged for any climate.

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