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Achilles Inflatable Boats



Regular price $5,979.75 AUD
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Powder-Coated Aluminium Hull

hese rugged boats feature a marine grade aluminum hull that is powder-coated to ensure a smooth, long lasting finish. They offer the advantage of being lightweight yet remark- ably strong and durable. A modified V hull, combined with their lightweight, allow HB-AL boats to cut through water efficiently with less horsepower. All three HB-AL boats are single hull models that keep the weight of the boats down. They also all have non-skid deck patches for better traction, safety and comfort. All of this is in addition to a host of other great features perfected by Achilles through our years as a leader in RIB design and inflatable boat technology. The HB-AL boats are a great choice for boaters who want a fuel-efficient and well-performing RIB that can handle rocky coastlines, coral, frequent beaching, and anything else you can throw at them.

Length: 240cm
Inside Length: 160cm
Beam: 158cm
Inside Beam: 72cm
Tube Diameter: 43cm
Weight: 40kg
Load Capacity: 400kg
Person Capacity: 3
Recommended H.P: 6 (4-6) Standard
Maximum H.P: 6
Air Chambers: 3


Achilles CSM reinforced fabric
Four layer seam construction
Powder-coated aluminum hull with non-skid patches
Hull keel guard
Fold-down locking oar system with two-piece breakdown aluminum oars and oar holders
Interior oar straps (HB-310AL only)
Full-length teardrop rubbing strake
Towing bridle D-rings
Welded bow eye
Inside bow davit lifting eye
Stern mounted davit lifting eyes
Outside transom towing eyes
Protective transom motor clamp plate
Bow and stern carry handles
Webbed passenger handles and helmsman handles
Removable Aluminum rowing seat (gray painted)
Extra seat attachment patches (except the HB-240AL)
Bailer valve
Foot pump
Maintenance kit

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