Buy Achilles LSI-E Series Inflatable Boat LSI-310E 2022 White Online – For Sale
Buy Achilles LSI-E Series Inflatable Boat Online in the only inflatable tenders with a Hypalon high-pressure air floor. These high-performance dinghies last for decades and break down and fold up very quickly.
The lateral seam tube design gives the LSI boats a sleek, clean, modern look and their enhanced polyester core CSM fabric floors are firm and strict.
Achilles LSI-310E inflatable boat is the most common model because, for many boaters, a 10-footer that can accept a 10-horsepower engine is the ideal size.
These boats are able to plane 2-3 passengers and can handle up to 4 persons or 1210 pounds, the convenience and performance offered by this tender are exceptional.
The combination of Performax tubes engineered to work efficiently with today’s heavier 4-stroke motors, air keel, and a stiffer air floor results in smoother handling and a better-performing boat.
- LOA: 10’2″
- Beam: 5’2″
- Weight: 80 lbs
- Capacity: 4 persons or 1,210 lbs
- Max Motor: 10 HP Short
- Rec Motor: 4-10 HP Short
- Tube Diameter: 17″
- Air Chambers: 3 + Keel + Floor
- Fabric Type: Hypalon
- Factory Warranty: 5 Years
- Stowed Dimensions: 4’2″ x 1’11” x 12″
- Achilles CSM-reinforced fabric
- Removable Hypalon high-pressure drop stitch air floor
- Fold down locking oar system
- Full-length rub strake
- Bow carry handle
- Towing D-rings
- Interior bow lifting D-ring
- Air Keel
- Carrying bag
- Foot pump
- Oars & Bailer Valve
- Removable seat
- Maintenance kit
- Owner’s manual
- Protective pad for gas tank
Do all inflatable boats leak?
An inflatable boat that is in good condition should not leak and hold air. These gradual leaks might have a variety of sources. The majority of leaks can be fixed, but in other circumstances, it simply isn’t worth the effort, so you can either live with the leak or sell the boat. The valves are the primary source of leakage.
Do inflatables lose air in cold?
The air molecules inside the floatie begin to slow down and thicken as a result of the temperature difference as soon as we submerge it in the cooler water. The innertube will lose about 1 psi for every 10-degree change in temperature, which will cause it to begin to deflate.