Stansport 11', 6-Person Inflatable Boat


#1

#2

Specs on Stansport’s official website:
http://www.stansport.com/v2/product.php?product_id=948

Weight Capacity- 1200 lbs.
Engine Capacity- 4 hp gas or 74 lbs. thrust electric (not included)
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Looks like a small engine can be mounted… :o


#3

This looks sweet. I am tempted to buy one. Anyone have any experience with these?


#4

I was going to get one but then I noticed the complete absence of bikini-clad models in the photos. What a shame.


#5

Where do the other 4 people sit ?


#6

I can tell you from my military experience working w/ inflatable boats that you will spend half the day pumping that thing up w/ that model foot pump.


#7

There are steps that lead into the captain’s quarters underneath the front inflatable seat.


#8

can i take these to a class 6 whitewater? 1200LB, I can put 8 200LB people on it, given that an outside leg in the water does not apply weight to the raft.


#9

I needed this yesterday, it pops up today…

Talk about a day late and a dollar short…

Duhg
New Orleans, La


#10

Oh dear. I hope you are doing ok.


#11

does anyone know where i would be able to find the motor mounts for this? tried looking online, with no luck…


#12

If I’m correct, this is about 1mm thick. I have no experience with inflatable boats beyond water toys, and I don’t know how many “mils” your typical toy raft is.

Will this thickness puncture easily?


#13

Okay,

I found this about a different Kayak “38 mil Polykrylar” Sounds tough enough-ish…

Enjoy! :slight_smile:

“This kayak looks fantastic in white and engineered design for tough in any water conditions. Built with 38 mil PolyKrylar (K80 PVC) a super rugged material that can withstand up to class 3 white-waters when paddling on river, this includes sharp stones, dog paws and claws if wish to bring along your pet.”

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7158391


#14

1mm is extremely thin. Im not sure where you got that info, but Id highly doubt its correct.

Im tempted, but as always, I’ll procrastinate…:slight_smile:


#15

google says
https://www.google.com/search?q=how+many+mm+in+an+mil&aq=f&sugexp=chrome,mod=17&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
1 mil = 0.0254 millimeters
so 38 mil = 0.9652 mm? shrugs

im planning on using this for lake fishing… so whoever said this is for class 3 river… works great for me! also just me and the bro lol so 1200 lbs is a tad over kill


#16

That was the very first thought that crossed my mind. Six, huh?


#17

With the way I look and that green color, people would think I was a big old bull frog floating around the pond on a lily pad.


#18

2 things sorely missing . floor boards… can you add them. reason is try moving around, loading and unloading folks. it is extremely difficult. 2nd . motor mount. ? can this be added. not a big mount. just to get a trolling motor fixed?


#19

Is it just me, or does the white one look longer than the green one?


#20

How are the seams on this thing? Seems like the plastic will hold, but I’m worried that it will start to pull apart.