- 2020 Walker Bay Generation 10LTE with 4 Seats£ 16,950London, Greater LondonGrosvenor Yachts Ltd
- 2022 Highfield Sport 560£ 37,499Yarmouth, Isle of WightWight Marine Ltd
- 2021 Walker Bay Venture 16 with 5 Seats£ 35,950London, Greater LondonGrosvenor Yachts Ltd
- 2022 Rebel Riot 580£ 28,500Farndon, NottinghamshireFarndon Marina
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2021 Zodiac OPEN 7 Boat NEO Light Grey Gel Coat, Max 16 Persons (BOAT ONLY)
2021 Zodiac OPEN 7 Boat NEO Light Grey Gel Coat, Max 16 Persons (BOAT ONLY)£ 38,654Talybont, Gwynedd
What are the main uses of Inflatable boats?
These boats tend to be used for day cruising, watersports, overnight cruising and saltwater fishing. These are boats which have an average power of 20 cv and can vary in size from 2 metre to 14 metre. These boats are constructed by a wide variety of boat makers with hull types which include deep vee, rib, planing and foldable, outboard, outboard-4s, inboard and outboard-2s engines, and which are available in gas, diesel and electric.
How many Inflatable boats do we offer?
Boats and Outboards currently has 322 for sale, including 257 new vessels and 65 used boats, listed by both individuals and professional brokers and boat dealerships mainly in United Kingdom. Some of these Inflatable boats are very new, from 2023, while others are older, such as the 1916 ones.
Which shipyards build the best Inflatable boats?
Out of 48 manufacturers, Zodiac, AB Inflatables, Sea Pro, other and Quicksilver currently produce some of the best Inflatable boats available. Choose from a huge range of luxury boats on Boats and Outboards.
Are Inflatable boats cheap?
Boats and Outboards has a wide range of Inflatable boats available, from the cheapest priced at £352 to the most exclusive priced at £430,254.