Key points and Specs

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FINAL_Ocean Inflatables Specs Brochure


Key points

A – Front Handle
B – Towing Rings
C – Over pressure Relief Valve
D – Life Line
E – Oar lock & Aluminum Oars

F – Carrying Handle
G – Boat Handling Rings
H – Plywood Seat
I – Marine Plywood Transom
J – Reinforced Cone End

1 – V Hull with Double PVC Layer
2 – Keel Rubbing Stake
3 – Side Tube Rubbing Stake

4 – Seam Double Layer Protect
5 – Drain Valve


CE Plate on all models and mounted on the Transom













Ocean Specification for a few selected models

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    • callum
    • January 29, 2012

    what is the cost of the 380 if i was to pick up in dunedin

      • lindsay
      • February 29, 2012

      Hi Cost is $1499.00 for a direct pick up. cheers Lindsay

    • Brent
    • November 20, 2013


    keen on an inflatable, perhaps the 320. I want it to beach launch but with some apple sized stones with the chance of hitting rocks. As I will be launching myself I will be dragging over sand/stones. Will the hull handle that or will I need to go to a full alloy hull?. Hard to comprise weight/strength….

      • lindsay
      • February 24, 2014

      hi I have replied directly to your message – thks

    • Lee Eliott
    • December 6, 2013

    Hi … found your details and info on trade me. We are looking to buy an inflatable, probably the 290 would fit nicely on the deck of our yacht as a tender.
    We have been searching and looking at Ribs for strength so my question is.. how robust are these, with an inflatable keel? We do a lot of exploring and get to some pretty gnarly, rocky, stoney areas, how would your inflateables stand up to this do you think?

    Look forward to your reply

      • lindsay
      • February 24, 2014

      Have replies directly to your email..cheers

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