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Intex Seahawk Inflatable Boat Set, 3-Person Boat Set with Oars + Inflator - £75.99 @ Amazon Dispatched from and sold by The Magic Toy Shop
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Intex Seahawk Inflatable Boat Set, 3-Person Boat Set with Oars + Inflator - £75.99 @ Amazon Dispatched from and sold by The Magic Toy Shop

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  • The boat measures approximately 116in x 54in x 17in (295cm x 137cm x 43cm)
  • Seahawk 3 is designed to hold 3 people and can hold a maximum capacity of 790lbs (360kg)
  • The boat includes: 2 x 48in Aluminum oars and a high output pump (model 68614).
  • Two fishing rod holders, grab handles on the bow and two inflatable seat cushions.
  • NMMA certified, GS and TUV
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Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have friends in the RNLI. The majority of the calls they get are because of these bloody things.
Have a walk on the Kent coastline......these are free.
t0nii_m03/06/2020 23:30

Could I use this on a lake?



No, these only float on a river.
The French will be on “search and rescue” missions escorting a lot of those into Dover
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Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have friends in the RNLI. The majority of the calls they get are because of these bloody things.
Have a walk on the Kent coastline......these are free.
you_gotta_be_kidding03/06/2020 21:43

Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have …Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have friends in the RNLI. The majority of the calls they get are because of these bloody things.


You're right I wouldn't take it into the sea at Bridlington. I have this boat and taken it into the sea a few times when the sea is like a mill pond i.e. south coast of Devon. But you're totally right, you have to be savvi to use these in the sea. My boat has a puncture in it currently so not worthy of a voyage.
Shipping to Calay?
squeekyclean03/06/2020 21:45

Have a walk on the Kent coastline......these are free.


Would love to, but I Kent go right now.
The French will be on “search and rescue” missions escorting a lot of those into Dover
Anyone used these
you_gotta_be_kidding03/06/2020 21:43

Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have …Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have friends in the RNLI. The majority of the calls they get are because of these bloody things.


Try Portland harbour its ideal for these there
DRRINK03/06/2020 22:10

Anyone used these


Probably at the bottom of the sea...
you_gotta_be_kidding03/06/2020 21:43

Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have …Please don't take this into the sea! I live in Bridlington and have friends in the RNLI. The majority of the calls they get are because of these bloody things.


People who buy these have a false sense of security after seeing overloaded dinghies successfully crossing the channel.
In all seriousness how would this fair in pootling down a river with my son (wearing safety gear obvioulsy), we have some lovely tranquil sports around by us that would be great to get on.
Great for rowing on the cut while the barges am restin
doggboy1003/06/2020 23:01

In all seriousness how would this fair in pootling down a river with my …In all seriousness how would this fair in pootling down a river with my son (wearing safety gear obvioulsy), we have some lovely tranquil sports around by us that would be great to get on.


Ok but remember you need a license. You can buy a week license for about £10 so not mad but big fine if you don’t. Use the slipway behind tonbridge castle if you’re in that area
Could I use this on a lake?
t0nii_m03/06/2020 23:30

Could I use this on a lake?



No, these only float on a river.
doggboy1003/06/2020 23:01

In all seriousness how would this fair in pootling down a river with my …In all seriousness how would this fair in pootling down a river with my son (wearing safety gear obvioulsy), we have some lovely tranquil sports around by us that would be great to get on.


It's a great boat with some nice features. You can even upgrade it for use with a propeller and battery. I'm moving up to the Intex Excursion Inflatable Boat Set with Aluminium Oars and Pump, 5 Person. As others say, licenses needed for most rivers. The Wye is local to me so I'll be heading there after lockdown.
Do you know if a license is required even for the smaller version boat ? Do we need licence for a pond as well?
Anyone remember these 2 ????????


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This looks like a prop for the programme "999 what's your emergency?"
Would this be ok with a pair of evinrude 75s
Iloveitcheapannasty03/06/2020 22:12

Try Portland harbour its ideal for these there


Except the Portland port fun police checking constantly to make sure you've paid for the right to be there.
Ive had two intex boats and they have been great quailty and value, wouldnt use them in the sea as currents and wind can blow these out of control like a sail.
HorseBoxGuy03/06/2020 21:51

Where mate?? ffs


He means Cally mate- Yous can. Get free wine from there but they are froggies
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