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Intex Explorer Pro Inflatable Boat, Boat + Paddles + Pump, Three Person (244 x 117 x 36 cm) - £38.99 @ Amazon
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Intex Explorer Pro Inflatable Boat, Boat + Paddles + Pump, Three Person (244 x 117 x 36 cm) - £38.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Jun

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  • Popular inflatable boat for 3 persons
  • Inflatable floor
  • All around grab line
  • Max. weight limit 200 kg
  • Including pump and paddles
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ok who's going to be the first to say you can pick them up free at Dover or other ports or coasts?
Edited by: "urbanbushwacker" 7th Jun
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ok who's going to be the first to say you can pick them up free at Dover or other ports or coasts?
Edited by: "urbanbushwacker" 7th Jun
Not a bad price for three children supervised, why say 'persons'? on a pond or swimming pool, not in the sea unsupervised
Can you use this at the beach?
3 person .. and photo taken with a frog eyed lens and very small “persons” lol
Send your husband off in it, get 250k
Picture seems to be the dad is on the sea! Misleading.
Think I paid £5 for something similar by Intex many years ago through Amazon. Still going strong, great boat for paddling with a long cord wrapped around the wrist and the kids get a spin everytime.
JJ10007/06/2020 23:09

Think I paid £5 for something similar by Intex many years ago through …Think I paid £5 for something similar by Intex many years ago through Amazon. Still going strong, great boat for paddling with a long cord wrapped around the wrist and the kids get a spin everytime.


My kids are now in their 30s and still love getting a tow around the shallows of our local beach....lol
Don't need one and according to camel, this is pretty average price, nothing special... was even £10 cheaper!

Purchased anyway
Edited by: "_hukdealer_" 8th Jun
Incredibly small people and Dads in the sea, I would Not use this at sea unsupervised.
These are very unsafe
mohammed_tasawar07/06/2020 20:12

Can you use this at the beach?


Do not use it at sea. As there are many stories of the tide taking the boat and the children out to sea. With the coastguard being called.
Alternatively use it to get around crowds

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Take no notice of the over cautious weak swimmers, of course this can be used on the sea.
Can pick these up from Dover for free apparently. 🛥
Does it come with flare guns? Or GPS to alert the RNLI?
willyoutake2008/06/2020 09:38

Take no notice of the over cautious weak swimmers, of course this can be …Take no notice of the over cautious weak swimmers, of course this can be used on the sea.


I never said no, Just be careful!

rnli.org/mag…ach I suggest you watch this advice from the Lifeguard service (no inflatable flags on some beaches are a real thing) Before you take it to the beach. Or tie a strong rope onto the boat and someone on the beach can hold onto it. Or make sure a lifeguard is on duty.
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