Three Issues To Consider When Choosing An Inflatable Boat 1
Three issues to consider when choosing an inflatable boat:
1.Select the appropriate floor form based on the contradiction between balance portability and water performance.
2.Select the correct hull materials according to the ship's working environment.
3.Buy the largest boat in your budget and space requirements.
To be specific:
The inflatable boat floor structure directly affects portability, convenience of installation, storage volume and water performance. Synthetic plastic, fiberglass or aluminum alloy inflatable dinghies with a v-shaped bottom perform well, but must be transported and stored by trailer and hanger. Flexible fabric bottom boats can be folded very tightly, but at the expense of some water driving performance. If you want the boat to go fast, at least more than 5mph (8kph), then a ship with a semi-hard bottom is a must.
2.Soft bottom inflatable rowing boat
Economical boats, such as mini inflatable rowing boats or micro inflatable boats, are very easy to install and carry. They are more suitable for use on the coast and in small waters, fishing or camping. They have an inflated floor and do not need to be removed during storage. Powered by oars or electric motors, these rubber dinghy are the least expensive and the most basic.
Similar to the previous inflatable rowing boat, the boat does not need to be removed from the floor during transport. They can be opened, inflated and launched in a few minutes. The floor is made of fabric and covered with a lath you don't usually have to remove. This boat has a tail plate, so it can use a small power outrigger. The ship has the advantage of being simple, but its flat and small power drive is designed to keep it from moving very fast, and is suitable only for ports and calm waters.