Mars Inflatable Boats Will Exceed Your Expectations!
MARS inflatable motor boats are made by Saturn and represent quality and durability at affordable prices! Enjoy fishing, weekend on a water with a family and friends without breaking the bank.
New attractive Euro-style squared shape bow adds more useful space in front. Round end tubes provide more buoyancy and support for heavier engines. Transom holders are re-enforced with stainless steel screws for additional durability. Two lifting D-rings added inside front bow for the securing of additional equipment. Heavy-duty marine grade plywood floor with aluminum stringers makes MARS inflatable boats are perfect for fishing and provide rigid support for passengers of any weight category. Overall, it is more boat for less money!
With tubes executed in the Euro Italian style, the Mars Inflatable Boats series is a new innovation for Saturn; the technical merits, workmanship and design have exceeded our already high expectations.
The Mars series of inflatable boats have an unsurpassed combination of classic design with the large tubes, massive carrying capacity & speed capabilities.
Mars Inflatable Tenders have phenomenal stability, and extreme long-life expectancy in the most difficult and demanding conditions and are a tribute to our design team. Mars tenders have demonstrated time and again their ability to operate without effort even when highly loaded, even in heavy seas.
Mars Inflatable Boats will make you the “Master” of the ocean!
Note: Specifications and accessories are subject to change without notice. Max O/B Motor means: maximum power of outboard motor that can be safely used to plane the boat loaded to the maximum capacity at normal water surface conditions. Please exercise common sense and caution when using maximum motor capacity. Do not jump from wave to wave as new 4-stroke motors are much heavier then 2-stroke and provide extra strain on the transom. Under normal circumstances, with half the maximum persons/load capacity, 50% of maximum O/B power rating may be necessary to put the boat on plane.
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