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The SS260 Inflatable Boat: A Retiree’s Dream.

Posted by   Brittany
Saturn SS260 inflatable boat

So you’ve retired down to Florida or out to Arizona, and you’re looking to wind away the days with some leisurely activities. You love to fish, and have always wanted a boat. The big problem is that you don’t have any place to store it at your new condo, and taking it in and out of dry-docking (recommended for hard hull boats) is both costly and time-consuming. But you’ve earned this retirement, and it’s only fair that you get the boat you’ve always wanted. That’s why it’s time for you to look into purchasing an inflatable boat.

The 8.6’ Saturn SS260 is one of the top inflatable boats for sale in Florida and around the United States. It is truly a retiree’s dream, checking the boxes of basically everything you might be looking for in a boat, but at a fraction of the cost and inconvenience. In fact, the convenience starts right at purchasing. Instead of having to go into a store and deal with salesmen, you can just buy your SS260 on a website like It will be shipped right to your door along with a free high-volume hand pump, aluminum oars, a seat bench, a repair kit, and a carry bag. It’s just that easy!

But are inflatable boats good for fishing? Will they easily puncture if you drop a hook on the floor? Saturn inflatable boats like the SS260 were designed with fisherman in mind. Made of extra-strong 1100 denier Korean PVC fabric with polyester support, this vessel is extremely resistant to abrasion and puncture. It also has a slatted floor made of aluminum boards, which protects it from the “dropped hook” issues. That makes the SS260 one of the best inflatable boats for fishing.

Another major advantage of this inflatable boat is how easy it is to store. It is extremely simple to inflate and deflate, and can be kept in its carrying bag. So after your day out on the water, just remove the air, put it in the bag, toss it in your trunk, and store it in a small closet or garage. No docking fees. No trailer to haul it to the water. No mess or inconvenience.

The SS260 inflatabel baots are also extremely versatile. If you want to get the blood pumping a bit, it can easily be propelled with the included set of oars. But if you’re looking for a more leisurely day, a small outboard motor will do the trick. Really, anything up to a 5 HP motor is fine. And because inflatable boats are so lightweight, even one of these little motors will result in a quick, fun ride for up to 3 people.


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