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This product has a limited warranty of 3 months.

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Sevylor 4-Person Fish Hunter Inflatable Boat Features

  • Four person inflatable boat
  • Max capacity: 700 lbs
  • Max HP Engine 4.0
  • 9'1 in. x 4'8 in.
  • 30 gauge PVC
  • Two fishing rod holders, oar holders, and chafing pads
  • Battery pouch
  • Four swivel oarlocks
  • Two inflatable seats
  • Gear bag, grab line
  • Drain plugs
  • Two tunnel chambers for lateral stability
  • Two carry handles
  • Bow and stern fittings for electric motor
  • Fits optional 2.5 HP motor

Sevylor 4-Person Fish Hunter Inflatable Boat Specifications

Materials
Durable Pvc
Dimensions
9 Ft.1 In. X 4 Ft.8 In.
Rider Capacity
1,2,3,4
Type
Inflatable Boat.
Valves
Yes
Capacity
700 Lbs.
2.5 Hp Motor
Yes
Carry Handles
2
Tunnel Chambers
2
Drain Plugs
Yes
Max Hp Engine 4.0
Yes
30 Gauge Pvc
Yes
Fishing Rod Holders
2
Battery Pouch
Yes
Four Swivel Oarlocks
Yes
Two Inflatable Seats
Yes
Limited Warranty
3 Months
Origin
China
Weight [with packaging]
33.85 lb

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2.0

Just doesn't fit.

By Oak Lady

from Lake Placid, FL

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Cleans Easily
  • Dries Easily
  • Good Waterproofing
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Flat Waters

    Comments about Sevylor 4-Person Fish Hunter Inflatable Boat:

    At this point in time we are going to sell it. My husband says it's a waste of money and time. He gets in it and rocks all over the place, mainly because of the seats that are TOO low and too small. The ore placement is also too far from the seat. Everyone is built diferent and you can't please everyone, but you've got to have gorilla arms to be able to row. We bought this for camping and going to the state parks for recreational reasons. The size is right and the weight is great, handles for carrying are perfect. Once deflated fits into a bag not alot bigger than a large pillow case.

    You are asking if I would recommend this product to someone else, I would with the pros and cons along with it.

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    5.0

    wow, this was a great purchase

    By Sandy

    from Oakwood, IL

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Cleans Easily
    • Good Waterproofing
    • Lightweight
    • Rugged

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Day Trips
      • Flat Waters
      • Ponds without access

      Comments about Sevylor 4-Person Fish Hunter Inflatable Boat:

      Was a good purchase that fit our needs for what we wanted it for. Some areas that we fish that you have to walk to and can't get a regular boat to, this inflatable is perfect.

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      Lucy S  Can anyone tell me if one or both seats lift out this raft or are they fixtures ? Eric K
      EVELYN K  Both seats lift out and are basically inflated pillows. This seems to be a pretty good two person raft, but to call it a 4 person boat is a real fish story.
      Shopper  does it come with oars?
      JUDY B  No. It does not come with oars. This is a must for any boat wether you have a motor or not.
      Shopper  i read that the oar holders are too small for oars. what kind of oars do you use? also, i've read to purchase a boat boot cover to protect the boat against puncture from hooks and sharp rocks. Ditto install plywood for the floor. Any idea what dimensions? i'm just going onto small lakes. is the motor really necessary?
      MARCOS R  I read that people flip the boat over and make an outline of the bottom of the boat for the floor. I don't have a boot for my boat and have taken it out on a 475 acre lake and had no problems. You do want to make modifications for this boat for a more comfortable sit.
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