Do you want to make a wonderful trip on the water? Then a dinghy can come in handy. Inflatable boats come in many different shapes, sizes and designs. It is therefore good to know what the options are and then choose a suitable model based on your wishes.
We have already selected all our rubber boats for you and brought them together on one page. In this way you immediately see what the possibilities are and you will find a suitable dinghy in no time. View our wide range below!
A dinghy is the most economical way of boating. Therefore, people often prefer it first. You can literally do anything with a rubber boat. You can easily store the boat, take it with you wherever you go and it can be quickly prepared for sailing.
Going to the water on a hot summer day? Then a rubber boat is extremely convenient. You unfold the namely boat, pump it up and then put it in the water.
Rubber boats come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and styles. For example, there are boats that are powered by an engine and boats where you have to paddle to move forward. We would therefore like to briefly explain to you the advantages and characteristics of the different types of boats.
Rubber boat with paddles
We all know them: the inflatable dinghy with paddles. We often take them on vacation for the kids so they can enjoy paddling in the water. This is because they are very easy to take along after which you inflate them quickly and easily on location. Use a dinghy pump suitable for your boat.
Rubber boats with paddles are available in different sizes, shapes and styles. So it is good to consider in advance what you want to use the inflatable boat for and with how many people. Based on this you can easily and quickly find a suitable boat in our wide range.
Rubber boat with motor
A dinghy with an outboard motor is suitable for the more challenging types among us. It allows you to enjoy a relaxing ride without having to paddle and endlessly enjoy your day on the water.
Did you know that you can also buy a dinghy with handlebars. This allows you to better maintain your course and have a better overview of the water. In addition, you can control the boat better and you have a comfortable driver's seat.
Rubber boats with an outboard motor are sturdier and available with different types of floors. Here it is important to look at the power of the motor to determine how sturdy the bottom of the boat should be.
Below we go into a little more detail about the different types of flooring for the motorized dinghy.
Rubber boat flooring
Rubber boats with an outboard motor often have a loose floor (bottom). In most cases, this is an airdeck, or inflatable floor. The advantages of such bottoms are that they are inexpensive, lightweight, easy to transport and quick to install.
However, other types of floors are also available, including a slatted floor and paved floors. A slatted floor, like an inflatable floor, is an inexpensive option for a solid floor in the dinghy. Before inflating the sides of the boat, you put the slatted floor in. Then you pump up the dinghy and you are ready to go boating.
You also have the option of choosing a paved floor. Here you have a choice of materials such as wood, aluminum and fiberglass. For recreational use, a wood or aluminum floor is usually chosen, as these types of floors are extremely strong.
In some cases, you have to put in the floor yourself before sailing, but there are also boats whose wooden or aluminum bottom is fixed. In that case, it becomes a different story with transportation.
Buy dinghy at Watersports4fun
Would you like to buy a dinghy? Then scroll right up and take a look at our assortment. Here you can choose from various types and sizes and are guaranteed to find a suitable boat that meets your needs.
Whether you are looking for a small dinghy or a large dinghy, you will find it all here. Use the handy filter options to refine your search. This way you can immediately see which models meet your requirements and you can compare them.
If you can't quite figure it out yourself and could use some help? Then our customer service is ready for you. We would love to help you find a suitable dinghy. Contact our customer service by calling, emailing or sending a message via live chat.