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This 4-Person Capacity Boat is perfect for a day on the lake, whether you are fishing, camping, or just cruising! Lightweight and compact, this inflatable boat is a snap to assemble and can be ready for water in no time. This summer take the fun of boating wherever you go!
The Excursion™ 4 Boat lets you take the fun of boating wherever you go! Great for boating or fishing with friends, this roomy Sports Series boat is able to fit four adults and has plenty of space for anything you need for a fun boating trip. Designed with heavy duty, puncture resistant PVC for comfort and durability, and an inflatable I-beam floor for rigidity, the boat contains three air chambers including an inner auxiliary chamber inside the main hull for extra buoyancy and safety.
Two inflatable seats with backrests are included for comfort and seating stability. Inflating or deflating is a breeze with a Boston valve on two main hull chambers. Fishing and relaxing have never been easier with the two built-in fishing rod holders and gear pouch.
Motor mount fittings are included for the flexibility of adding a trolling motor. Two grab handles on each bow and an all-around grab line are provided for your convenience, as well as welded oar locks and oar holders, a NMMA certified U.S. Coast Guard I.D., and a repair patch kit. The Excursion™ 4 Boat Set provides added accessories including: two 54in aluminum oars and an Intex high-output pump for easy inflation and deflation.
- Product size: 124in x 65in X 17in (L x W x H)
- Maximum Weight Capacity: 1100 lbs
- Includes: High-output hand pump.
- Two 54in aluminum oars.
- Two inflatable seats with backrests. Grab handle. All-around grab line.
- Two pairs of welded oar locks.
- Two pairs of oar holders. Inflatable floor. Motor mount fittings.
- Gear Pouch. Repair patch kit.
- Quick-fill Boston valve on two main hull chambers.
- Three air chambers including an inner auxiliary chamber inside the main hull.
- Two fishing rod holders. Carry bag. U.S. Coast Guard I.D. –NMMA Certified.
Best boat ever. It’s so big! :)
We purchased the Excursion 4 set with oars and pump from Intex directly as most other sellers had it marked up significantly, or were out of stock. After using it a little, I can say we are happy with it as an introduction to inflatable boats. There were some issues we had - the small length of twine for the envelope storage is too small to knot the way the instructions show, and wouldn't stay put. Also slightly annoying, the inner chamber for the floor has a pinch style nozzle rather than a boston valve making deflation much more difficult as you have to physically pinch the valve as you lay on the boat to deflate it. The two large outer chambers have valves you can unscrew to let the air out, which is much easier to do. Overall the material and build quality of the boat is just fine, and if treated well and properly stored it will probably last years. The boat itself is a raft, and sits on top of the water, so you're susceptible to waves and wakes from larger craft. It's also quite flexible and not very rigid if inflated properly (you don't want it too full otherwise you risk popping the chambers on anything hard or sharp). So waves will make the boat twist and roll which isn't too bad, but if you're expecting to have a dry outing, you'd better stay away from anywhere that isn't glassy smooth. Ocean or lakes with other motorized craft will likely get some water in your boat at some point. Other reviews on other sites mention the oars are not great. I agree. They give you the basic and that's it. The boat is too wide to use a single oar comfortably as a paddle as you would in a canoe, and when the oars are in the oar locks, it's difficult to get deep into the water and propel yourself much. We settled on two people sitting side by side and each using an oar as a paddle, but that was inefficient and we eventually gave up and just floated around, and only used oars to adjust direction, or to spin the boat. You won't get too far with this as a self-propelled craft. You probably will need a small trolling motor to use it to cruise around in, or upgrade to much longer oars. If you're going to do any kind of add ons like a hard floor, or motor, I feel like the extra few hundred dollars to get a nicer boat would be better. But for something you break out once in a blue moon, and store away most of the year, this is a great little raft for just relaxing in and floating.
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