The Estart 320 is a pneumatic boat designed according to rigorous specifications, meeting specific expectations in terms of safety and use.
Made from a 0.9mm PVC based on 1000D polyester Army Green color, it has three independent inflatable tubes with high pressure valves.
Like all models in the Estart range, its shape has been reworked to optimize its load volume, the goal being once again to make it as close as possible to the needs and expectations of carp anglers!
Indeed, the diameter of the tubes has been reduced, the transom has been retracted to the maximum, its width has been increased to reach 170cm and the shape of the bow (front) has been rounded to not lose space compared to certain models of the market who possess a pointed bow.
This model is a good compromise for carp anglers looking for a boat capable of carrying large volumes of equipment. The Estart 320 can be used to carry 2 carp anglers and their equipment, either in the river or in large lake thanks to its tubes of 38cm in diameter.
The presence of a transom allows it to be easily motorized but also easily attach a support for echo sounder. Its inflatable keel will allow it to easily go out if you are brought to use a heat engine, thus favoring the stability and the water resistance of the boat at high speed.
It has a removable sliding bench that will be very useful when navigating with a motor or simply that you move with the oar to adjust to your physiognomy.
- High pressure air floor
- Black aluminum oars for more discretion
- Adjustable bench in marine wood (removable)
- PVC 0.9mm based on 1000D polyester
- Color: Army Green
- Number of airtubes: 3 + 1
- Inflatable keel
- Diameter of the rolls: 38cm
- Inside dimensions: 240cm (length) x 100cm (width)
- Reinforced backboard
- ISO6185 standard
- Boat not registrable by maritime affairs
- Comes complete with carrying bag and inflator
- Repair kit provided
External dimensions : 320cm (length) x 170cm (width) – Weight : 54kg
High presure Air Floor
Cleat for anchorage
Reinforcing tape under the boat’s floats