Researched dinghys for weeks....no doubt this is the best deal in USA. Premium quality & packaging. Much better than I expected, and I expected a lot. Equal quality to the $2,000+ boats. If youre in the market for an inflatable...you just found the be
L. T.03/27/2010, 01:08 PM
I bought one from you last year and it worked great. It was stolen so I want the same model again.Dear Sir, Two years ago, we bought a 8.6 infl. from you and, so far, we are very happy with it. Very well built, we appreciate the quality.
Greg C.01/16/2010, 05:32 AM
Your boats represent the best compromise of quality for the least amount of money for any that I have seen in over 29 years of boating. I will be glad to try & steer people to BoatsToGo with future purchases.
Mario K. Redwood City, CA11/30/2009, 02:32 PM
I have a 14' kaboat and wanted to tell you how much I like it and some of the modifications I've made.It packs an unpacks very easily in the carry bag, it's a one-person operation from start to finish. While I'm putting on my dive gear, I have the boat hooked up to an electric pump and by the time I'm done dressing, I only have to top it up with the hand pump. Deflating is even faster, just open the valves and roll from the transom to the bow, it's all wrapped up in a couple minutes.I bought an old Evinrude Light Twin 4hp engine for $100, and with just me aboard it'll plane at about 15mph. With two people the performance drops to 6.5mph, but this is two big guys with wetsuits, weight belts, etc. I put the gas tank under the bow cover and run a long fuel line back.I don't often use the seats that came with the boat. The rear seat is too close to the engine and the middle seat is too far, so I just sit on the tubes. I have a 42 qt cooler I use in the middle of the boat, it's pinched gently in place by the tubes and stays in place. I use the cooler for storage and it makes a convenient middle seat for a passenger. I can move the cooler where I want to better balance the boat.One thing I've modified is to use a 2-piece marine plywood floor, I laminated the bow section so it follows the same curvature as the boat. The floor is very solid under foot, distributes the load better along the full length of the boat, makes the boat more stable, and improves handling. Thanks for a great product!
Mike11/06/2009, 04:59 AM
I modified my boat trailer to haul the SD365. I will be using the boat to dive out of in North Carolina and Florida. I am very happy with my new boat so far. Thank you for all you have done to make this transaction a pleasurethis transaction a pleasure.
Michael10/31/2009, 11:21 AM
Just wanted to thank you again, I was able to register my dinghy on Friday. Thank you VERY much for your EXCEPTIONAL customer service!!!!!!!
Paul W.10/30/2009, 09:33 PM
I purchased an SD260 from you this year and have been very happy with the boat. I use it as a dinghy for my Bayliner 245 cruiser. I would like to install a transom mount, like a Weaver Davit system, on my boat to make it easier to stow and deploy the SD
Marilyn R.09/28/2009, 09:23 AM
The boat came today, and it is everything you said. We put it on the Tomoka River, and it was great.
Paul V., Canada08/27/2009, 10:04 AM
Im very pleased with the boat - simple to use and much lighter than I expected.
Jan R., Kalamazoo, MI07/13/2009, 12:58 AM
We received our SK430 boat last week and were able to test drive it over the weekend and we were totally impressed. The delivery was prompt, the product was excellent... even the bag is big enough so that everything fits in it when it's folded up. We bought it specifically to go camping with since we pull a small camping trailer we needed something portable to go in our van. We found that it fit very well on top of our mini-van when it was blown up so once we get to our camping spot we can go to various lakes in the area and not have to deflate and inflate every time. One thing, drip rings might be a nice addition for your paddles...lake water in Michigan in April is mighty cold! We did buy some drip rings locally. This is the 3rd raft that I've owned... the first two had the wooden floors - a Sevylor and a Sea Eagle and the air floor is much easier to deal with and pack and it's quite solid... we did buy some outdoor carpeting to put over it (we have a dog). Thanks for putting out such a great product at a reasonable price.