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Seamax have fast become a market leader in inflatable boats due to their innovative designs and durable manufacture. They’ve stood the test of time and are now firm favorites. This wasn’t always the case. When the Seamax range was first introduced, many in the industry were concerned. One of the brand’s major marketing pitches was to promote the Korean materials, like imported PVC, that was used. There were serious concerns about what’s often referred to as ‘Chinese made’ products that were cheap, poorly made, and unsafe. However Seamax boats are anything but inferior. In fact, this brand is now a top choice for many of us.
Why buy Seamax?✅ high quality PVC fabric ✅ extensive keel protection ✅ lightweight aluminium features that add strength without adding heaviness and bulk ✅ marine grade stainless steel accents ✅ oversized tubes for extra stability and buoyancy ✅ double reinforcement layer added towards the rear (Seamax claim this layer can reduce the need for hull repairs by half) For all these reasons Seamax should be a serious consideration if you’re looking for a new leisure pontoon. Completely flexible, the range will suit seasoned fishermen just as well as if you’re just thinking about getting you’re very first boat.
What are your options?This range is diverse, but there are 3 series of products that have stolen the limelight: the Ocean series, the Air Series, and the Sport series. Each series has it’s own unique benefits although all are known for lightweight design, aluminium flooring and long lasting durability. Ocean 380 Specs: length 12.5ftx beam 5.5ft, inner dimensions 8.7ft x 2.6ft, pontoon diameter 17.5 inches; Boat dry weight 190lbs. Max loading 1211lbs
- the lightweight aluminium floor – The metal base gives a greater degree of stability than the Air Mat and, best of all, it’s a breeze to clean and maintain. The aluminium floor has fast become a firm favorite of fishermen and divers. You can simply wash down the deck without having to worry about different fabrics and materials.
- they’re minimal in design, which means they have very large cockpits. Some of the biggest you’ll find in mid range pontoons. They’re designed for families and friends to enjoy together. They’re not a solo boat.