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Tips on Inflatable Dinghy purchase please

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6 hours ago, Terry B said:

Hi all, back on page 1 of this thread, 'Cloughy' and 'AB1974' mention a system for attaching temporary davits for putting the inflatable on - however the picture Cloughy attached isn't there.

Anyone got a pic or diagram I can have a gander at please??

Ta in advance.

Is this the sort of thing you are talking about?


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Whoops, I thought I'd deleted/retracted/altered my last post but I didn't - clearly.

No offence meant to anyone.


I'm talking about the STRUCTURE on the stern the AB and Cloughy mentioned, - bamboo - or other - please read what they said before posting a reply to my post.

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All hes taking about is sticking two bars out the back of the boat lashed to the stainless pushpit that the boat is then hung off i.e alloy tubes or large bamboo poles. 

Then some blocks hung off these to pull the boat in and out of the water 

A cheap arses version of what Sabre has posted above

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On 27/02/2014 at 6:30 PM, Pumbaa said:

If you can find a hypalon dinghy in reasonable condition,

Pumbaa you sound like a person that might point me in the right direction. I have a Avon hypalon but need an Outboard  mount. I am up to the Mark 3 plywood model now but believe a factory glass one was made. Any ideas where to find one?




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