Sevylor 2 Person Colossus Boat With Oars

Sevylor
SKU: SLR2C MFR: 2000003389

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Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 3 months.

www.sevylor.com
(800) 835-3278

Sevylor 2 Person Colossus Boat With Oars Features

  • Two person inflatable boat
  • Max capacity: 435 lbs.
  • 14 gauge PVC
  • 7 ft. x 3 ft.11 in.
  • Two oar locks
  • Two oars
  • Three separate air chambers for safety
  • Double Lock valve

Sevylor 2 Person Colossus Boat With Oars Specifications

Materials
14 Gauge Pvc
Dimensions
7 Ft. X 3 Ft.11 In.
Rider Capacity
Two
Type
Inflatable Boat
Valves
Yes
Capacity
435 Lbs.
Three Separate Air Chamber
Yes
Double Lock Valve
Yes
Limited Warranty
3 Months
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Christina K  Hi Monica, will this boat be sturdy enough for the sea close to shore & will not easily tip over? Can the rope withstand pulling?
Monica s  Hi Christina! Im sure for mellow in shore sea is just fine. I just spoke to Sevylor representative and they said no towing.
Christina K  Hi Monica! I have to ensure that I can pack this in my luggage, inflate, deflate and repack again in my luggage. 1. How big ( what's the size) is it when folded? 2. Can you dismantle the oars? how long when dismantled? 3. Tips on repacking well?
Christina K  I need a boat I can pack for easy travel to the Carribean that will serve as a 'floating cart' for the following: 1. 8lb Chihuahua 2. waterproof bag with 3 beach towels and personal items (inc cell phones, camera, sunscreen, insect repellant, soap, etc) 3. cooler with drinks and food 4. one adult person Which of the inflatable boats (inc pump) under $50 will serve this purpose? CK
Christina K  Hi Monica, will this boat be sturdy enough for the sea close to shore & not easily tip over? will the rope withstand pulling?
Shopper  Can this boat be inflated on a deck of a small 26 ft boat?
Michael C  It will probably be too big to inflate on the deck of a small boat.
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